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Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTCs)

Intel Corporation announced that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has won a national search to become the newest Intel Science and Technology Center (ISTC) for Big Data and will be hosted by MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). The new research center will seek to accelerate the pace of scientific and medical discoveries, enterprise and industrial computing and encourage innovation in the design of new data-intensive end-user experiences.

 

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Sam Madden, co-principal investigator, ISTC for Big Data

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Mike Stonebraker, co-principal investigator, ISTC for Big Data

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Pradeep Dubey, Intel Fellow and industry principal investigator, ISTC for Big Data

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The new Intel ISTC for pervasive computing is the fifth center to open this year and underscores Intel's commitment to establishing and funding the collaboration of university research to fuel innovation in key areas.

 

Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTCs) are Intel-funded, jointly-led research collaborations between Intel and the U.S. academic community. Announced August 3, 2011 are two Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTC) hosted at Carnegie Mellon University focused on cloud and embedded computing research.

 

Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTCs) are Intel-funded, jointly-led research collaborations between Intel and the U.S. academic community. The Intel Science and Technology Center for Visual Computing (ISTC-VC) will develop innovations in lifelike computer graphics, natural user interfaces, and realistic virtual humans that will make people's technology experiences more immersive in the future. The goal is to drive visual computing applications that look, act and feel real, and to make the technology broadly accessible to consumers.

 

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