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== Geometric and Intelligent Computing Laboratory Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Director: Dr. William C. Regli ==

Drexel University's Geometric and Intelligent Computing Laboratory (GICL) was established by Dr. Regli in 1997. GICL is supported by both direct external and internal research funding from a number of corporations and government agencies. The Lab's current projects involve collaboration with Universities (Carnegie Mellon University, University of Southern California, The University of Maryland at College Park,Penn State), corporations (AT&T, SDRC, Honeywell, Lockheed Martin), and government labs (NIST, Los Alamos National Labs). We also have interactions with many local high technology and manufacturing industries in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Region through these research projects and the Drexel University Co-op program.

Since 1997, GICL has supported over 50 graduate and undergraduate students, producing 10 M.S. theses and M.S.S.E. projects. Several of GICL students are pursuing Ph.D. studies at GICL as well as at other universities.

The Geometric and Intelligent Computing Laboratory is supported by departmental and university networks, providing access to the Internet and the Pennsylvania Education Network (PrepNET) via a T3 connection. Departmental and GICL research computers have connection to the campus backbone at 100 megabits/second, and are also on the Internet II/vBNS via a campus OC3 ATM connection funded by in part by National Science Foundation Grant CISE/ANI-9729732.

The Lab is housed in the Lebow Building of Drexel University.


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