GW’s focus on high-performance reconfigurable computing spans several initiatives at the university. These three research centers conduct much of the research in the area:
- High Performance Computing Laboratory
- Center for High Performance Reconfigurable Computing
- Institute for Massively Parallel Applications and Computer Technologies
The Computing Facility within the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) is a hub for computer-related engineering research. The facility provides, coordinates, and manages a comprehensive, integrated set of computers, software, and network resources dedicated to engineering and computer science programs. The Institute for Computer Graphics is among the facility's users.
SEAS is also a member of the Cadence University Program, which provides a wide range of high-level electrical engineering design, simulation, and analysis tools used by leading developers in industry and research.
Other GW faculty research focuses: