Intel® University Research: ISTC
Exploratory Research in the United States
Intel Labs has launched Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTC) to foster collaborations and development of communities including Intel and academia. Our mission is to build domestic collaborations with academic pioneers who will discover and drive the ways in which computing will enrich the human experience for generations to come, and to be leaders, leveraging the resulting insights to influence Intel. Each research community is Intel-funded, jointly-led, and focused on a specific technology area or discipline, bringing together top researchers from across academia working with Intel to explore and uncover not only new answers, but new questions. Click on the title of any program to learn more about that program. Or learn about the Intel Collaborative Research Institutes in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Centered at MIT, the Intel Science and Technology Center for Big Data will explore data analytics to support data-intensive discovery including database management, analytics and visualization support for massive datasets and their implications for computer architectures.
Centered at Carnegie Mellon University, the Intel Science and Technology Center for Cloud Computing research community researches critical new underlying technologies for cloud computing of the future.
Graduated: ISTC for Embedded Computing
The Intel Science and Technology Center for Embedded Computing centered at Carnegie Mellon University has graduated. Smart Headlights and AndyVision—a planogram generating robot—were both featured at Research at Intel Day in 2012 and were just a few of the many success stories highlighted during the life of the center.
Centered at the University of Washington, the Intel Science and Technology Center for Pervasive Computing brings together researchers from top-tier research universities including leaders in pervasive computing, wireless communication and sensing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, computer vision, HCI, and security.
Centered at the University of California, Berkeley, the Intel Science and Technology Center for Secure Computing focuses on scientific research to make computing technology safe and secure for users.
Centered at the University of California, Irvine, the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing is chartered to research new theories, frameworks, and methods that address the complex entangled social and technological structures and processes stemming from the new reality of rapid technology evolution.
Centered at Stanford University, the Intel Science and Technology Center for Visual Computing seeks to bring modern trends in computing (the cloud, crowd sourcing, hand-held computing) to bear on hybrids of computer graphics, animation, image understanding, and large-scale gaming.