The CREST Interdisciplinary Center of Research Excellence in Design of Intelligent Technologies for Smart Grids (iCREDITS) was established at New Mexico State University in 2014, with a grant awarded from the National Science Foundation. It is a center that brings together experts in electrical engineering, computer science, mathematics, management, and education. Its goal is to serve as a new epicenter for research and training in smart grids.
We are currently hiring! Please see our opportunities page for more information.
Research Highlights: iCREDITS researchers and collaborators published “Catch Me If You Can: A Practical Framework to Evade Censorship in Information-Centric Networks” at the 2nd ACM Conference on Information-Centric Networking (ICN 2015) in San Francisco, CA. More information on this page.
2015 Summer Camp: The iCREDITS and GK12 summer camp was a great success! We hosted 30 high school students from throughout southern New Mexico, who built outstanding projects, utilizing Parallax Boebots, a Solar Tracker with Arduino, Solar Powered Car, and AppInventor. Look for next year’s summer camp information to be posted in early spring, 2016.