TEES

Information Systems and Sensors

Advanced Scientific Computing Center  

Dr. Narasimha Reddy, associate agency director for strategic initiatives and centers
reddy@ece.tamu.edu

The Advanced Scientific Computing Center, a joint center between the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station and Texas A&M University at Qatar, brings together a multi-disciplinary group of faculty and researchers from a variety of engineering and science disciplines to take on complex computational problems. The center’s overall mission is to become a local and global leader in computational science and engineering, conduct research academic activities that enable broader scientific discoveries and enhance capacity building. The center has four main areas of interest: high performance computing, computational material sciences and chemistry, computational physics and biology and 3D scientific visualization.  

AeroSpace Technology Research & Operations

Dr. Gregory E. Chamitoff, director
chamitoff@tamu.edu
(979) 862-3413

The mission of AeroSpace Technology Research & Operations is to advance research ideas and concepts to practical application and space flight. It does this by helping to advance researcher concepts to Technology Readiness Levels suitable for adoption by government and industry users, while infusing industry and government needs into the research and education process at one of the top universities in the world. 

Center for Autonomous Vehicles and Sensor Systems

Dr. John Valasek, director
valasek@tamu.edu
(979) 845-1685

The mission of the Center for Autonomous Vehicles and Sensor Systems (CANVASS) is to unify research and development of autonomous vehicles and systems for the purpose of better serving the state and nation. CANVASS is joint venture of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station and the Texas A&M University College of Engineering. CANVASS is a multi-laboratory center with investigators in various departments within the college administered through the aerospace engineering department. CANVASS facilitates engineering education and is a major conduit for the autonomous-systems engineering workforce of Texas. Its primary research interest is unmanned aircraft systems.

Center for Emergency Informatics

Dr. Robin R. Murphy, director
murphy@cse.tamu.edu
(979) 845-8737

The Center for Emergency Informatics (CEI) brings together 30 engineering faculty members at Texas A&M University and TEES researchers who have been working together since 2008 to create unmanned systems, new sensors, wireless networks, data mining, simulation and visualization, social networking, and other technologies that can revolutionize response and recovery. The center is unlike any other in the United States, because it focuses on how new and evolving information technologies can be improved, integrated, and put to use for disaster prevention, preparedness, response and recovery.

Texas Center for Applied Technology

Dr. Jim Wall, executive director
jim-wall@tamu.edu
(979) 458-0250

The Texas Center for Applied Technology (TCAT) pursues enterprising research projects that fulfill client needs while inserting new technologies into society that promote economic growth and an improved quality of life. The TCAT team consists of employees with experience in academia, military, and industry, which gives TCAT the ability to cross interdisciplinary academic boundaries and to couple research strengths with experiences and successes of private industry, military, and other governmental agencies. 

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