Research Facilities


High Performance Computing Cluster

Picture of a computer rackThe HPC operates a scalable Linux cluster targeted for scientific researchers at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, as well as other universities. HPC is made possible by a grant from the National Science Foundation.


Innovation in Computing Research Labs (iCORE)

Picture of a UAViCORE is a research, development, and commercialization group that promotes excellence, innovation, and entrepreneurship in computing and related fields.  It contains the Innovative Computing Lab, Human Computer Interaction Lab, Remote Sensing and Networking Lab, and the Visualization and Graphics Lab.


Measurement Analytics Lab (MANTIS)

Picture of the coastThe Measurement Analytics Lab of the Conrad Blucher Institute for Surveying and Science at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi explores the merging of geomatics, remote sensing, and geospatial computing to aid scientific and engineering decision-making through improved measurement and analytics of natural and built systems.


Nano Sensing and Energy Lab (NSE)

scan of a nano surfaceNano-bio-chemical sensing, micro/nano scale fluidics and heat transport, thermal-fluids engineering, and energy conversion such as solar harvesting and perfect absorption using nano-bio photonic and thermal-fluids.


Robotics Lab

Autonomous LawnmowerCurrent research includes farming automation system technology; machine learning based human personality/activity analysis; and CoBot for human robot collaboration.