The S2ERC is a NSF-funded Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/U CRC) focused on promoting collaboration between Industry and Academia in the areas of Security and Software Engineering. For a yearly membership fee, industrial members can access university researchers across the country working on issues that affect their company. Iowa State University is currently soliciting industrial members to participate in this program.
How it works
Upon joining, industry members meet twice yearly with university representatives to finalize and approve new projects, receive updates on the status of ongoing research of the center, and set the future research direction. Members select and mentor projects they believe are highly relevant to their companies. Acting in the capacity of Project Mentor, an S2ERC industry member will work closely with the faculty and students to provide their organization’s perspective to the work, keep the project on target and represent the Advisory Board’s interests.
Who is involved
- Iowa State University Faculty from Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Political Science, Mathematics, and Management Information Systems
- Computer Science Faculty at Ball State University and other affiliated universities.
- The National Science Foundation's I/U CRC Program
- Our industry sponsors including John Deere, Principal Financial Group, Rockwell Collins, and Webfilings
For More Information
- See our brochure below
- Email s2erc at iastate.edu
- See Ball State University's Central S2ERC Website
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