Internet of Things Focused Research Center Call for Participation

Updated: Jun 19

Published in Techlandia: A Guide to the Oregon and Southwest Washington Tech Industry (2018), 1(2), pp. 36-37.


Internet of Things (IoT) marks the dawn of a technological revolution that rivals the industrial revolution. In this new era, intelligent computing becomes anticipatory, proactive, and adaptive.

The next big growth in IoT systems will come from pushing Pervasive Personalized Intelligence (PPI) in everyday devices to learn and dynamically support our preferences and lifestyles at home, at work and on the move.


A proposed new multi-university, industry-focused PPI center, headquartered at Oregon State University and a site at University of Colorado Boulder, will be supporting research under the supervision of the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) using the NSF IUCRC Model. Associate Professor, Danny Dig, at OSU College of Engineering, the executive director of the new center, says “This research will enable a new class of applications with intelligence that is predictive instead of reactive. we want to make processes more efficient and save time, energy, and money.”


The Center would allow for interdisciplinary research on machine-learning based software systems and aid in long-term partnerships between startups, corporations, universities and government agencies.


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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.