The NSF I/UCRC Consortium for Embedded Systems at Southern Illinois University expired in March of 2023
The NSF Center for Embedded Systems (CES) was a research collaboration between academia (Southern Illinois University Carbondale and Arizona State University), Industry (leading embedded systems companies throughout the world), and government agencies (the National Science Foundation and other agencies). Its purpose is to advance the field of embedded systems (hardware, software, and architectures) to new levels; thereby, sharing resulting advancements and commercializing applications in automotive, aerospace, and micro-electronics to advance commerce.CES was founded by the National Science Foundation as an Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) in 2009 as a multi-university center between Arizona State University and Southern Illinois University Carbondale. The Center conducts industry-university research projects that are funded by its industry members, the NSF, and the two participating Universities. CES sponsors an internship program, provides research support for students and faculty, and administers a relevant embedded systems curriculum.
Inception to Present
Why Become a Member?
Benefits of membership include industry-relevant research projects, IP arrangement, leverage of Industry/University partnership and an Internship program.
The Center for Embedded Systems was established in March 2009 by the National Science Foundation as an Industry/University partnership for embedded computing system technologies.
Advances in Embedded Systems
The Center for Embedded Systems (CES) is working to advance the field of embedded systems in algorithms, applications and architectures to new levels.