New Center: Multi-functional Integrated System Technology (MIST)
On August 7th 2014, NSF awarded a new Industry/University Collaborative Research Center (I/UCRC) on Multi-functional Integrated System Technology (MIST). The MIST Center is led at UF under the direction of Dr. Toshi Nishida and Dr. David Arnold, with partner site at UCF led by Dr. Peter Yuan and Dr. Joe Cho. The 5-year Phase-I MIST Center funding consists of $557,500 from NSF. Total projected 5-year funding including industry memberships is $4,800,000.
The research mission of MIST Center is to innovate More than Moore technologies for smart systems in the Internet of Things era through research partnerships between university, industry, and government stakeholders.
At UF, the interdisciplinary collaboration team consists of faculty members from ECE, MAE, MSE, CHE, and BME.