In addition to our primary labs and research groups, there several other centers and labs whose research are related to cybersecurity and privacy.
The Georgia State University/Georgia Institute of Technology/Emory University Center for Translational Research in Neuroimaging and Data Science (TReNDS) is focused on developing, applying and sharing advanced analytic approaches and neuroinformatics tools that leverage advanced brain imaging and omics data, with a goal of translating these approaches into biomarkers that can help address relevant areas of brain health and disease.
The Blockchain Lab at the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute introduces students to the powerful concept of decentralization – Where business transactions can take place without a central authority governing them.
The Institute for Insight brings together students, faculty and companies to solve cutting-edge business problems through the application of analytics, statistics, computer science and big data.
The Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics seeks to enhance moral reflection, dialogue and constructive action on campus, in greater Atlanta and beyond. To that end, the Center sponsors conferences, lectures, research in ethics, and a variety of theoretical and practical programs tailored to specific constituencies, all designed to support students and members of the larger community who wish to construct lives of personal integrity and responsible citizenship.
The Transcultural Conflict and Violence Initiative seeks to bring together the work of several different groups of academics carrying out cutting edge research. Scholars in Political Science, Computer Science, Communications, and Global Studies are learning more about the seeds and solutions to ethnic, religious and other transcultural conflicts.