Launch Workshop

September 14 to October 22, 2020

 
 
CU Boulder Engineering Center
Oregon State Kelley Engineering Center
University of Colorado Boulder
Oregon State University

The PPI Center

The newly formed PPI Center is a multi-university partnership between the University of Colorado Boulder and Oregon State University. The industry-focused research center operates under the supervision of the US National Science Foundation (NSF) using the Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers model. It supports the next big growth in Internet of Things (IoT) systems that pushes Pervasive Personalized Intelligence (PPI) to the edge of the network, where latency is critical, and mobility, privacy, and context awareness are essential qualities to enable an entirely new class of applications with intelligence that is predictive instead of reactive.

 
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Industry and Universities Coming Together for Intelligent IoT

We are an interdisciplinary group of academic researchers and industry thought-leaders coming together to work on the common challenges to realize intelligent software systems that we would want and are confident in. At the PPI Center, we believe that an open forum with startups, large corporate partners, and government agencies connecting directly with university researchers is necessary to turn fundamental research into innovative products. Contact us today to set up a discovery meeting with one of the center directors to see how your organization can leverage the PPI Center.

 
 

Founding Members

NEC Corporation

Global Member

since September 2019

Intel Corporation

Global Member

from September 2020

Itron

Member

from September 2020

Trimble

Member

from September 2020

Dell Technologies

Member

from September 2020

Daimler Trucks North America

Member

from September 2020

Galois

Member

from September 2020

 

"I believe that further advancing digital innovation by IoT requires both technology breakthrough and technology harmonization and thus, this center, consisting of a team of universities and a broad spectrum industrial partners, will certainly become the new core of open innovations. My expectation is that the center will create a global-scale impact and visibility to make it the place for academia-industry collaboration on IoT."

Yasunori Mochizuki, Senior Vice President at NEC Corporation

 

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CNS-1941898. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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