The Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE) at Syracuse University

The Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE) at Syracuse University

CASE, a NYSTAR-designated Center for Advanced Technology, provides businesses from a wide range of industry sectors with expertise in all aspects of “big data,” from data mining and analytics, to information fusion, predictive analysis, cybersecurity, autonomy, UAVs/drones, the “internet of things,” and much more.

Welcome to CASE

CASE is a NYSTAR-designated Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) in complex information systems. The Center serves as a portal for the business community to engage with Syracuse University. CASE can connect your company with knowledge and experience throughout the University. We work with every school and college across campus, bridging disciplines to put together the right team to solve technical problems, accelerate growth, and create innovation. Through CASE, your business can access cutting edge R&D consulting from experts on our faculty, hire trained graduate students to solve technical problems or enhance your products or capabilities, enjoy full use of our advanced prototype development lab or fleet of UAVs (drones)–even acquire affordable office space right on campus.

Whether you already have a list of research questions our students and faculty can help you to answer, need a pipeline of highly qualified employees, or are just curious how working with Syracuse University can benefit your business, the staff at CASE is ready to work with you.

An Introduction to CASE

Hear from some of our current industry partners how their businesses have benefited from working with CASE.

Recent News

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October 16, 2018
Join CASE, and our presenting partners TDO, NYSSTLC, and CNYBAC, for the fifth annual NEXT conference on November 15th at the Holiday Inn Conference Center in Liverpool. Check the NEXT website for information on keynotes, workshops, and to register!
October 5, 2018
Distinguished Professor Pramod K. Varshney in the College of Engineering and Computer Science has been awarded the Yaakov Bar-Shalom Award for Lifetime Excellence in Information Fusion by the International Society of Information Fusion. He received the honor at the University of Cambridge in July at the 21st International Conference on Information Fusion.

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