Who We Are.The Center for Embedded Systems (CES) is a research collaboration between academia (Arizona State University and Southern Illinois University Carbondale), industry (leading electronics companies throughout the world) and government (the National Science Foundation).
Research Impact. CES’s research focuses on the technologies that enable sensing, communications, computing, and control in everyday things. When a patient’s wrist sensor sends a real-time report to a doctor‘s cell phone, embedded systems make it happen and people’s lives are better. CES conducts the fundamental research that helps companies put these types of improvements to work in these application areas:
What We Do. CES was founded by the National Science Foundation as an industry/university cooperative research center (I/UCRC) in 2009. The center conducts industry-university research projects that are funded by its industry members, the NSF and the two participating universities. CES provides research support for students and faculty, sponsors internship programs, and administers a relevant embedded systems curriculum. Industry members share the intellectual property resulting from all research projects.
Project descriptions are available to CES memebers in the “Member’s Area.”
Mid-term updates will be presented at the next IAB meeting, January 26-27, 2016.
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CES Research Projects Featured in “Embedded Computing Design” Magazine:
The Center for Embedded Systems is a National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center.
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