The Biomechanics and Biomaterials Research Center (BBRC) was established in 1991 with a focus on strengthening the research successes and national presence of IUPUI Faculty and students in the emerging areas of Mechanobiology, Tissue Engineering, and Biomaterials. The BBRC fosters multidisciplinary research collaborations among investigators from the Schools of Engineering and Technology, Dentistry, Medicine, Science, and Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.Visit the BBRC website
CyberLab is a research and development center in the School of Engineering and Technology at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). The lab provides research and intellectual support for the design, development, and implementation of innovative educational technology. It also builds connections between the university and industries to transfer research outcomes into practice.Visit the CyberLab website
The Center explores frontiers of music technology and related fields, such as computer and engineering science, networked systems, and more. As Tavel Center associates collaborate with researchers in these areas, new modes of creative thought innovation and expression emerge. The Lab disseminates new projects to the general public through its website. Graduate students benefit by working directly with multi-disciplinary research faculty on new technologies through the work of the Tavel Center.More Information
The IEAM will focus on electrified and autonomous mobility, because of the imminent and ongoing global disruption of technologies in this area, the substantial opportunity for the US and the Chicago region to lead and capture economic benefits in this area, and the need for Indiana to prepare for changes in its logistics, manufacturing and automotive industries.
The creation of INDI has stimulated collaborative research activities among a diverse pool of nationally and internationally recognized researchers at IUPUI, which have a shared interested in nanosystems research. INDI has, and will, continue to focus and promote research efforts in its thrust areas of bionanotechnology/ nanomedicine and nanoenergy, thereby building on the existing strengths of participating schools (Schools of Science, Engineering and Technology, Medicine, and Dentistry) and campus centers.Visit the INDI website
The Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy's (LCRE) primary mission is to promote research excellence in renewable energy through collaborative efforts among faculty in the disciplines of engineering, chemistry, physics, biology, and environmental affairs and public policy. These renewable energy applications are promoted through education, civic engagement, and synergistic partnerships with industry, government labs, and local communities.Visit the LCRE Website
TASI is a collaborative University, Industry, and Government consortium to facilitate research, development, evaluation and assessment of transportation active safety systems. As a cross- campus research center, faculty members from more than 10 departments and schools at IUPUI, Indiana University Bloomington, and Purdue University West Lafayette are involved in TASI’s research activities. TASI’s main activities are: vehicle testing and evaluation; human factors in active safety systems; crash data analysis and risk benefit analysis, scientific research on automation of selected driving functions; crash prevention technologies; connected vehicles.Visit the TASI website