Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC)

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We promote research and learning experiences in cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity, data sciences, human-centered computing, and scalable architectures and systems. We’re the research arm of the Alliance of Computing, Information and Automation (ACIA) at Michigan Tech. By leading and promoting the ACIA’s mission– to provide faculty and students the opportunity to work across organizational boundaries to create an environment that is a reflection of contemporary technological innovation. This collaboration allows for a convergence in communication, control and computing that mirrors today’s industry and society.

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APS Virtual Poster Showcase

The Association for Psychological Science will be hosting a Virtual Poster Showcase from June 1, 2020 to September 1, 2020. Participants will be able to view the latest reserach and engage with...

Kites and Community! Outdoor Sculpture 2020

Kites & Community Outdoor Sculpture students spent last week making kites and holding a community (physically-distanced) picnic. Faculty member Lisa Gordillo designed this project to connect her...

Outdoor Sculpture 2020 - Student artist Mara Hackman (Medical Laboratory Science)

UPDATE: TWO works by student Mara Hackman are now part of our online "Outdoor Sculpture 2020" gallery! Hackman's first sculpture, titled "Line," was created with a "wave of trash and flowers". Her...

Line, by artist Mykaela Cayemberg

Michigan Tech Student Mykaela Cayemberg (Civil Engineering) created this sculpture from daisies she collected at the Lake Linden Dredge as part of Lisa Gordillo's (online) Outdoor Sculpture class....

Outdoor Sculpture 2020 - Student Artist: Erin Mauk (Wildlife Ecology and Conservation)

"I used walnut tree leaves, stripped the leaves away on one side, then buried each end of each leaf stem into the dirt, to create arch-like shapes ... I was trying to accomplish the appearance of a...


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