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ISIS pioneers model-integrated computing

by Nov. 30, 2011, 10:48 AM

Ted Bapty and Sandeep Neema
Ted Bapty and Sandeep Neema of ISIS with their adaptive vehicle designs they are working on for the Department of Defense. (John Russell/Vanderbilt University)

Since its establishment in the School of Engineering in 1998, the Institute for Software Integrated Systems has become an internationally recognized science and technology center for both designing and creating physical and computational systems, from small, embedded devices like pacemakers to globally deployed complex systems such as networks of satellites. Fueling its pioneering research are rapid innovations in information technology that drive enormous changes in science and engineering.


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