Brief Synopsis
The Center for BioCybernetics and Intelligent Systems (CBCIS) is a part of Systems Group in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, College of Arts and Sciences at Texas Tech University (TTU), Lubbock, TX, USA. The center is directed Prof. Bijoy K. Ghosh and presently has four students intending to finish a PhD program from the department. The center also has two PhD students from Washington University in Saint Louis who are close to finishing their programs. The center also collaborates with the Computer Vision and Image Processing Lab in the department of Electrical Engineering at TTU and the Biotechnology program in the school of arts and sciences, TTU.

Our Mission
The object of the center is to promote interdisciplinary research in applied mathematics. The present target areas are in Biology, Neuroscience and Vision.

Lab History
The center was created by Bijoy K. Ghosh, supported by the National Science Foundation, in 1997 at Washington University in Saint Louis. In 2007, the center moved to TTU, Lubbock. The center is directly responsible for graduating seven PhD students and many undergraduate and graduate masters’ students both nationally and internationally. Our students have been successfully placed in Academia and in Federal research laboratories.