These IU centers and labs bring together researchers in Luddy departments, related Indiana University units, and sometimes other institutions. Here, faculty and students have the freedom to explore wide-ranging aspects of technology and information, and to figure out how to use tech to help people far and wide.
Hubs for broad, interdisciplinary explorations
Luddy Center for Artificial Intelligence
The Luddy Center is the hub of AI activity at IU, coordinating activities in the school and across campus and supporting foundational- and application-oriented AI research.
Crisis Technologies Innovation Lab (CTIL)
The Crisis Technologies Innovation Lab (CTIL) is a collaboration between the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering (Luddy) and University Information Technology Services (UITS) to accelerate research and practice on the use of next generation technologies in the front lines of emergency and crisis response. It is part of IU’s Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI).
Cultural Research in Techonology Group
Applying humanistic approaches to shape IT research and design.