• Making robots more perceptive
    "Robot learning is an intrinsically multidisciplinary subject" Nader Motee
  • Using data to improve our quality of life & our environment
    "The future will bring mega¬cities, and we must have an integrated solution for the implications of that growth.” Hector Munoz-Avila
  • SSCMDAT 2020 Materials Chemistry and Data Science Hackathon
    September 17-19, 2020
  • Leading expertise in power systems & optimization algorithm design and software
    Team headed by Lehigh's Prof. Frank E. Curtis (ISE) wins 2nd place in Dept. of Energy competition.
  • SSS Group
    A shortcut to a faster supercomputer
    High-performance computing systems power the complex calculations and simulations behind our data-driven life—from better weather prediction to improved disease detection.
  • Mooi Choo
    Mining medical data
    Computer science and engineering professor Mooi Choo employs deep learning and data mining to improve systems for diagnosis, prognosis, and cybersecurity

The analysis of complex and massive datasets and the development of sophisticated computational models are essential to our understanding and prediction of complex phenomena and systems associated with personalized medicine, healthcare delivery, transportation systems, social networks, the human brain, global climate, and international economic development. 


Joshua Agar and his colleagues studying nanoscale ferroelectrics are using deep neural networks to extract useful information from the massive amounts of data generated by their experiments.
ISE faculty on front lines of quantum computing revolution.
Optimization expert, Martin Takáč takes a collaborative approach to solving complex problems
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