Institute Level Center
Researchers in SCOREC concentrate on the development of reliable simulation technologies for engineers, scientists, medical professionals, and other practitioners.
NeST focuses on the fundamental research and engineering of natural and technological networks,ranging from social and cognitive networks to computer networks.
The cMDIS serves as the platform for researchers in diverse disciplines within the physical sciences and engineering to tackle challenges in advanced materials and devices, as well as the integration of these technologies into complex integrated systems.
Utilizing significant new technologies for sensing/simulating the environment, The Rensselaer IDEA projects range from studying the molecular “biomes” that arise in urban environments to modeling large-scale enviroments and ecological climate effects.
DFWI is a multidisciplinary environmental research center dedicated to understanding the structure and function of aquatic, terrestrial and atmospheric systems in the Northeastern United States. Utilizing DFWI, the Jefferson Project at Lake George is a historic partnership of The FUND for Lake George, IBM, and Rensselaer to make Lake George a global model for ecosystem understanding and protection.
Ranked among the world’s most advanced research facilities, The Rensselaer Center for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies provides the university with a state-of-the-art location to conduct interdisciplinary research and host world-class programs and symposia.