Information technology and computing in general currently touches every aspect in life. This headline is reflected within the faculty across all of its four specializations: Information Systems, Computer Science, Software Engineering, and Computer Networks. This is also enabled by the specialization diversity of the academic staff members of the faculty and their exposition to different research domains. We cannot exhaust here the multitude of research areas of interest for the totality of the staff members. Following are just examples of these applied to the solution of real life problems that could be blended to create many multidisciplinary projects.

-          Data Centers

-          Perceptual Computing and Brain Modeling

-          Bioinformatics

-          Big Data Computing

-          Cloud Computing

-          Data Mining

-          Data warehousing

-          Web Mining

-          Semantic Web

-          Parallel Computing

-          Distributed Systems

-          High performance computing

-          Artificial Intelligence

-          Software Engineering

-          Computer Aided Learning

-          Image and video Processing

-          Mobile Computing

-          Computer Security

-          Network security

-          Optical and photonic Networks

-          Pervasive/ ubiquitous  computing

-          Web Engineering

-          Data Centers

-          Cognition Informatics

These topics represent just a sample of research technologies that can be applied to the solution of problems from different domains. Computing evolves rapidly and one of the responsibilities of the proposed research center is to catch up with new technologies and hot research topics in the field early.