CEMS provides research opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students in the School of Engineering, Department of Computer Science and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
CEMS faculty and students are also actively engaged in research through on-campus transdisciplinary programs.
Complex Systems Center
Smart Grid IGERT
Vermont Advanced Computing Center
Vermont Space Grant Consortium
CEMS Research Software Respisitory
A strategic Spire of Excellence for growing research, scholarship, and innovation at CEMS is in the field of complex systems: highly dynamic, non-linear systems demonstrating emergent properties and behaviors.
With the establishment of the CEMS Complex Systems Center — strategically focused on multidisciplinary research strengths in environment, transportation, and bioengineering — and a continuing influx of world-class faculty and top students, the College is poised to be a national and international leader in the field.
CEMS' vision for the future is also entirely consistent with that of the National Science Foundation (NSF). Complex systems is a research thrust and long-term investment priority identified by the NSF in their 2006-2011 strategic plan, Investing in America's Future.