School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber Systems
The School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber Systems (SICCS) integrates a range of educational programs and interdisciplinary research at the intersection of computational and data sciences with engineering, the natural
and social sciences, the arts, and business. Our faculty and academic programs combine expertise in environmental and ecological informatics, health and bioinformatics, computer science, and electrical engineering.
Our diverse faculty work closely with other university and regional researchers in order to incorporate informatics and computing as an essential element of research and learning at NAU through collaborative research projects and joint course and
degree program development.
We are very excited to welcome several new faculty to SICCS during the 2016-17 academic year:
Climate change, biodiversity, carbon cycling, remote sensing.
Open source communities, empirical software engineering.
Ecosystem change, biodiversity, remote sensing and mapping.
Software testing, software understanding, automated debugging.
Parallel programming languages, formal methods.
Ecohydrology, natural resources, sustainable development.
To read more about SICCS's research labs, please visit their websites:
Our research is supported through collaborations with NAU entities such as:
Our regional partners include: