Center for Advanced Computing
The Center for Advanced Computing and Communication (CACC)
was originally founded in 1982 as the N.C. State University Industry/University
Cooperative Research Center for Communications and Signal Processing (CCSP).
Merging with a research team from Duke University in 1994, the Center enhanced
its research capabilities in the networking area and introduced expertise
in distributed algorithms and systems and dependable systems.
Executive Director N.C. State Site
Box 7914, North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7914
Telephone: (919) 515-3015
Kishor S. Trivedi
Duke Site Director
Box 90291, Duke University
Durham, NC 27708-0291
Telephone: (919) 660-5269 or (919) 401-0299 x306
The CACC research goal is to create concepts, methods and tools for use
in the analysis, design and implementation of advanced computer and
communication systems. Our mission is to carry out basic and applied
research on fundamental problems with both industrial and academic
relevance, to transfer these results to our members, and to provide our
students with a unique and challenging educational opportunity.
Current industrial sponsors include
Government agency sponsors are the
National Science Foundation,
Naval Surface Warfare Center
National Security Agency.
Full membership in CACC is $50,000. Associate memberships of
$20,000 allow access to any one research area.
Last updated on 29 August 2001