Collaborative, Cross-Disciplinary Research and Learning

The ICC promotes collaborative, cross-disciplinary research and learning experiences in the areas of biocomputing and digital health, computing education, cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity, data sciences, human-centered computing, and scalable architectures and systems, for the benefit of Michigan Tech, the Great Lakes region, and society at large. 

The ICC creates and supports an arena in which faculty and students work collaboratively across organizational boundaries in an environment that mirrors contemporary technological innovation. The ICC’s 70 members--in seven research centers--represent more than 20 academic disciplines at Michigan Tech. Member scientists are collaborating to conduct impactful research, make valuable contributions in the field of computing, and solve problems of critical national importance.

Computing[MTU] Showcase

Computing[MTU] Showcase

The Institute of Computing and Cybersystems and the College of Computing presented the Computing[MTU] Showcase, April 4-6, 2022. The three-day, on-campus event highlighted the exciting research and initiatives being pursued by our students, faculty, and alumni. Learn more about the Computing[MTU] Showcase here.

Please enjoy the videos below. View more videos here.

Play College of Computing Honor Academy video
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College of Computing Honor Academy

Dave House '65 and Linda Ott, CS Chair, were inducted to the College of Computing Honor Academy.

Play ICC Achievement Awards video
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ICC Achievement Awards

Sidike Paheding (AC), Kelly Steelman (CLS, and Brian Yuan (CS, AC) received Achievement Awards.

Play Panel: Computing at Michigan Tech video
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Panel: Computing at Michigan Tech

Michigan Tech friends, alumni, and faculty discuss computing at Michigan Tech.

ICC Research Centers