TII Research Centers
The Advanced Materials Research Center (AMRC) is committed to innovation in material science and to shaping metals and composites of the future. Backed by a well-funded team of internationally recognized scientists, the Center is dedicated to breakthrough developments in smart materials to help forge a new generation of advanced materials with extraordinary properties. The wide applicability of AMRC’s work means it will find practical uses in industries and scientific disciplines far beyond our core focus areas.
The Artificial Intelligence and Digital Science Research Center (AIDRC) is pioneering global digital transformation, through fostering the adoption of safe, sustainable, and reliable intelligent autonomous and connected systems, applications, and services. Our globally renowned AI, cyber-security, and wireless telecommunication experts work closely with key international organizations, such as ITU and 3GPP, to bring to life practical solutions to key challenges and make a profound impact to society.
The Autonomous Robotics Research Center (ARRC) is leading the advancement of robotics, computer vision, and bio-inspired technologies in the region. Our international team of experts from top-tier academic institutions and research organizations specialize in perception, communication, control and decision making, bio-inspiration, and modular and self-organized autonomous systems. We explore their application across multiple environments: air, land, on-sea and underwater.
The Biotechnology Research Center (BRC) utilizes recent advances in molecular, cellular and digital technologies to develop human expertise and biotech. We address various challenges in advanced biorobotics and environmental applications while enabling better healthcare outcomes through molecular and genomics strategies, as well as AI enhanced bioinformatics and biomedicine.
The Cryptography Research Center (CRC) brings together theoretical and applied cryptographers to contribute to the proliferation of this ever-evolving ecosystem. Our world-class cryptography experts collaborate with key industry players to offer advanced solutions to address the threats faced by today’s digital societies.
The Directed Energy Research Center (DERC) leads the advancement of directed energy systems and technologies in the region. With a community of award-winning and internationally acclaimed scientists, engineers, and global partners, we protect the world around us in areas as diverse as medicine and infrastructure protection.
The Propulsion and Space Research Center (PSRC) drives global research and educational empowerment in Propulsion and Beyond Earth Exploration. Through our partnerships with leading global institutions, our research areas include aerodynamics, aircraft propulsion and turbomachinery, space exploration, with a transversal focus on artificial intelligence, disruptive propulsion designs and sustainability.
The Quantum Research Center (QRC) drives the research and development of quantum technologies in the region. Led by globally recognized experts in the field, we are inspired by our vision of quantum technologies that identifies the multiple positive applications our work can have in industries and scientific disciplines far beyond our core areas of focus.
The Renewable and Sustainable Energy Research Center (RSERC) pushes the frontiers of technological research in energy storage, analysis, and solutions. We offer unique, resource-rich opportunities at our world-class laboratories to create and innovate without boundaries, collaborating across disciplines to generate real-world impact through both theoretical development and practical systems designed for tomorrow.
The Secure Systems Research Center (SSRC) leads the development of end-to-end security and resilience for cyber-physical and autonomous systems. Our multi-disciplinary approach allows us to combine domain knowledge with security and resilience technologies, delivering breakthroughs in applied research that benefit society, support smart cities and boost economic development.