ASU Research Centers and Institutes

Global Security Initiative

Global Security Initiative

Global Security Initiative, or GSI at ASU, is committed to advancing research in support of national and global security.

Center for Negative Carbon Emissions

Center for Negative Carbon Emissions

CNCE focuses on developing the next generation of carbon management technologies with a focus on carbon recycling and disposal and the economic and policy implications of air capture.

ASU Energy Efficiency Center

ASU Energy Efficiency Center

ASU Energy Efficiency Center is a DOE Industrial Assessment Center committed to identifying sustainable technology, systems, and productivity.

Center for Photonics Innovation

Center for Photonics Innovation

CPI focuses on research related to the fundamental study of photon-matter interactions and practical optical sensors for medical and biological impacts.

Center for Hydrologic Innovations

Center for Hydrologic Innovations

CHI focuses on water science and engineering that advances the mission of water managers and decision-makers for the benefit of industry and society.

Global Security Initiative

Center for Cybersecurity and Trusted Foundations

The Center for Cybersecurity and Trusted Foundations focuses on developing the next generation of cyber-reasoning systems that can automatically find vulnerabilities, synthesize exploits, and create patches of real-world software.

Center for Complex System Safety

Center for Complex System Safety

CCSS transforms safety assurance through prognostics-based risk management based on an approach combining information fusion, probabilistic physics-based learning, and large network computing and communication.

Center for Cognitive Ubiquitous Computing

Center for Cognitive Ubiquitous Computing

The Center for Cognitive Ubiquitous Computing facilitates multimedia computing through sensing and processing, recognition and learning, interaction and delivery to develop applications for assistive, rehabilitative and healthcare applications.

Center for Biocomputing, Security and Society

Center for Biocomputing, Security and Society

CBSS translates insights between computer science and biology to understand and mitigate malicious behavior in complex systems, with application in managing cancer and repairing cybersecurity vulnerabilities.

ASU–Mayo Center for Innovative Imaging

ASU–Mayo Center for Innovative Imaging

AMCII aims to improve patient care by developing innovative therapeutic technologies, imaging acquisitions, imaging analytic tools, machine learning, and artificial intelligence algorithms.