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WHERE RESEARCH MEETS REALITY

Researchers in numerous departments at the Charles, V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering and Science at Stevens Institute of Technology are exploring the leading edges of smart infra-structure, robotics, and cybersecurity and bringing experimental technologies into the real world.

Our researchers are developing new devices, hardware, algorithmic systems and applications for information and device security, autonomous robots, wearable robotics, homeland security and more that will bring humanity's visions of the future into reality. Discover just a few of them below.

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RELATED RESEARCH CENTERS AND FACILITIES

At Stevens, we embrace technology as a central part of our research, academics, culture, and campus. Our tech-driven research enterprise is home to these cross-disciplinary centers and state-of-the-art facilities focused on research related to smart infra-structure, robotics, cybersecurity and other cyber-physical systems.

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Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence

The Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence (SIAI) is an interdisciplinary, tech-driven collaboration of engineering, business, systems and design experts working toward solving pressing global problems in industry and the world. The center is composed of more than 100 faculty members from all academic units at Stevens (engineering, business, systems and arts & music) researching a variety of cross-disciplinary applications in AI and machine learning.

CASSIA

The Center for the Advancement of Secure Systems and Information Assurance

The Center for the Advancement of Secure Systems and Information Assurance (CASSIA) fosters collaboration and catalyzes research, education, and entrepreneurship in information assurance and cybersecurity.

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Research Computing Services

Stevens Institute of Technology provides advanced computing infrastructure and services for sponsored or departmental research with large-scale computing needs to all faculty members and interdisciplinary research groups within the School of Engineering and Science.

The security and privacy protection of IoT systems is relevant for everybody. IoT is everywhere.
James Xiaojiang DuAnson Wood Burchard Professor

RELATED PROGRAMS

The educational experience in all of our more than 150 graduate programs is designed to imbue graduates with the mindset, skills, and abilities needed to stay relevant in a rapidly-evolving technological and professional landscape. The following programs prepare graduates for fields that develop and apply the latest technologies in cybersecurity and cyber-physical systems.

Imagine a workforce crew that can drive a robot just like playing a video game, so that their remote proxy can help to inspect and complete tasks, like picking up a tool, fastening a screw with a screwdriver, or using a hammer. The factory would be still there. It's just we would have robots in the factory that are remotely controlled by human crews who can work from home.
Long Wang, Assistant Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering
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ROBOTIC HANDS TO ENABLE REMOTE FACTORY WORK

Assistant Professor Long Wang's NSF-funded project leverages artificial intelligence to expand the capabilities of manufacturers by developing cost-effective infrastructure for operating manual manufacturing equipment remotely

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