Research Centers


Arizona Center for Integrative Modeling and Simulation
ACIMS is devoted to research and instruction that advance the use of modeling and simulation as means to integrate disparate partial solution elements into coherent global solutions to multidisciplinary problems.

Co-director: Roman Lysecky
Co-director: Bernard P. Zeigler
Co-director: Hessam Sarjoughian (Arizona State University)


Broadband Wireless Access & Applications Center
BWAC researchers are developing technology and standards to create flexible, efficient, reliable and secure wireless access and application solutions to support the tremendous growth in wireless data traffic. BWAC is funded by the National Science Foundation and works with industry and academic partners to pursue large-scale research programs and create new visions for the wireless industry.

Director: Tamal Bose
Co-director: Marwan Krunz


Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center
CAC is a National Science Foundation Industry and University Cooperative Research Center with a focus on the research and design of information systems and services that are self-managed with minimal involvement by users and administrators. The center broadly encompasses cloud computing systems and applications including storage and networking, data center design, cybersecurity and systems software.

Co-director: Salim Hariri
Co-director: Ali Akoglu

University of Arizona College of Engineering