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University Collaborations: ISTCs & ICRIs

Intel Science and Technology Centers

Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTCs) in the U.S. and Intel Collaborative Research Institutes (ICRIs) internationally are together Intel-funded, jointly-led research collaborations between Intel and the academic community. Anchored at leading universities across the globe, these collaborations form the foundations for building research communities that each focus on a specific technology area.

To ensure the broadest possible engagement of academic thought leaders, each research team includes the best and brightest from across academia.

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Sustainable Connected Cities

The ICRI for Sustainable Connected Cities

Focused on understanding and enhancing the sustainability of cities and their inhabitants’ quality of life, the Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Sustainable Connected Cities is defining a robust research agenda to define the future of sustainable city life.

Computational Intelligence

The ICRI for Computational Intelligence

To enable radically new user experiences, the ICRI for Computational Intelligence is exploring advanced machine learning, brain-inspired computing, and heterogeneous computing platforms, and machine learning guided architecture and design.

Connected Computing

The ICRI for Connected Context Computing

The Intel Collaborative Research Institute Connected Context Computing is preparing for an Internet where devices will connect and interact directly without human intervention.  Machine-to-machine technology will drive Internet growth to scales magnitudes greater than found in present day.

Cloud Computing

The ISTC for Cloud Computing

With research focusing on foundations for future clouds and their applications, teh Intel Science and Technology Center for Cloud Computing strives to find efficiency and productivity, ultimately improving the could services of tomorrow

Pervasive Computing

The ISTC for Visual Computing

The Intel Science and Technology Center for Visual Computing integrates current computing trends into four keys areas: large-scale gaming, animation, image understanding and graphics systems.

Secure Computing

The ICRI for Secure Computing

The Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Secure Computing is focused on security research for mobile and embedded systems to drive the future in new usage models, secure system software, and hardware security primitives.

Visual Computing

The ICRI for Visual Computing

The Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Visual Computing is merging the computational world with everyday life with research in scalable rendering, 3D Internet, and technology to bridge real and virtual worlds.


Embedded Computing

The ISTC for Embedded Computing

The Intel Science and Technology Center for Embedded Computing explores ways to develop breakthrough innovations that will transform experiences in the retail, automotive and home environments.



Secure Computing

The ISTC for Secure Computing

By exploring ways to create a digitally safe environment for data, the Intel Science and Technology Center for Secure Computing looks towards a world where people feel confident in the security of their personal information.


ISTC for Pervasive Computing

The ISTC for Pervasive Computing

Research at the Intel Science and Technology Center for Pervasive Computing supports technology that continuously learns and adapts to user’s habits, routines, and preferences to deliver a rich user experience.

The ISTC for Big Data

The ISTC for Big Data

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.

The ISTC for Social Computing

The ISTC for Social Computing

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.

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