Lab space and the home of the Nanoscale Characterization and Fabrication Laboratory.
Lab space, housing many areas of interdisciplinary research.
ICTAS is a tenant in the five-story Virginia Tech Research Center - Arlington facility.
ICTAS at Virginia Tech Research Center - Arlington (June 2011)
900 N Glebe Rd
Arlington, VA 22203
ICTAS is a tenant in the five-story Virginia Tech Research Center - Arlington facility encompassing 144,000 square feet and located in the 800-900 block of North Glebe Road in Ballston, VA.
ICTAS research activity in the Ballston facility is focused in three areas: energy, cyber security, and data analytics. ICTAS space in the facility is approximately 7,000 square feet.
NCR Research Areas
- Cybersecurity Innovations Laboratory (CIL)
Leveraging the local ecology, researchers within ICTAS-NCR are building Virginia Tech to be a leader in the field of cybersecurity. This research involves collaborations with the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and the Virginia Tech Applied Research Corporation (VT-ARC), both of which are collocated with ICTAS-NCR, in the pursuit of large cyber-related programs with federal agencies and their industry partners. Key research areas include the security of mobile and wireless communications, along with infrastructure security challenges associated with cloud computing and enterprise networks.
Contact: Charles Clancy
- Nuclear Science and Engineering Lab (NSEL)
Nuclear Science and Engineering Lab (NSEL) enables the VT Nuclear Engineering Program to fill a void in nuclear education and research in the National Capital Region. It is expected that NSEL activities will lead to establishment of new centers, vigorous research activities, engagement in nuclear policy development, and innovations of new tools and devices and computational tools for application in nuclear power, nuclear security and safeguards, and radiation diagnosis and therapy. NSEL will contribute to enhancing nuclear education in the NCR, and training of the next generation nuclear scientists and engineers. NSEL will also facilitate the international activities of the VT Nuclear Engineering Program, particularly, in the VT, India campus.
Contact: Alireza Haghighat
- Discovery Analytics Center (DAC)
The Discovery Analytics Center (DAC) current topics of focus include mining data from massive sensor networks, temporal process discovery, storytelling for text data exploration, Bayesian visual analytics, and probabilistic graphical models. The center integrates multiple areas of expertise encompassing discrete algorithms, numerical computations, non-parametric statistics, optimization, probabilistic modeling, and information retrieval, to attack large-scope problems in computational science and engineering. The center will also foster strong regional collaborations with institutions such as Georgetown University.
Contact: Naren Ramakrishnan
Virginia Tech Research Center - Arlington opens with ribbon cutting ceremony
06.24.11: The new facility will serve as a nucleus for discovery in expanding the university's capability for new scientific inquiry and extending Virginia Tech's footprint in the National Capital Region. The seven-floor, 144,000-square-foot facility is U.S. Green Council LEED-certified and among the best connected research facilities in the world.