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Department Research Groups and Labs
Distributed Mobile Systems Laboratory (DiMoS) – DiMoS conducts research in the areas of distributed and mobile computing. Activities include the design and implementation of middleware for mobile devices, security in distributed environments, and the design and implementation of ad-hoc sensor networks. Dr. Sushil Prasad is the director of DiMoS.
Sensorweb Research Laboratory – The Sensorweb Research Laboratory develops Sensor Web systems and applies this revolutionary technology to critical scientific and social applications, with the goal of transforming information acquisition and ambient intelligence paradigms. Dr. WenZhan Song is the laboratory's director and principal investigator.
Systems Integrated Modeling and Simulation (SIMS) Lab – The SIMS lab is involved in both fundamental research and applications of computer modeling and simulation. The lab develops modeling and simulation solutions for a wide range of problems in computer science and in interdisciplinary research areas such as ecological science, social science, and public health modeling and simulation. Dr. Xiaolin Hu is the lab's director and principal investigator.
GSU Research Programs and Institutes
Advanced Biomedical Computing Center – The Advanced Biomedical Computing Center promotes research and education at the interface of biosciences, chemistry, computer science, and mathematics, with an emphasis on solving modern challenges in biotechnology and medicine. Participating faculty members come from the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, and Physics and Astronomy.
Brains & Behavior Program (B&B) – B&B is an interdepartmental program that promotes research collaborations and dialog through graduate courses, lectures, grants, and much more. Researchers and students involved in this program span the departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Philosophy, Physics and Astronomy, and Psychology.
Molecular Basis of Disease Program (MBD) – The MBD program in computational biomedicine includes faculty in six departments engaged in interdisciplinary research: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics and Astronomy, Mathematics and Statistics, and Computer Information Systems. The program provides both graduate and undergraduate fellowships as well as support for state-of-the-art facilities in these departments.
Neuroscience Institute – The Neuroscience Institute promotes research and education in the set of disciplines that have a common interest in understanding the structure and function of the nervous systems of animals, including humans.