Thanks to all who joined us November 9 in Boulder, Colorado and October 11-12 in Portland, Oregon to plan for the upcoming NSF Center on Pervasive Personalized Intelligence (PPI). Details of our first meeting and second meeting are available on this website. Stay tuned for the next event announcement. The goal of the workshops was to bring together startups, corporations, universities, and government agencies to discuss global challenges and research solutions for enabling the next generation of Intelligent IoT. The Planning Workshops will lay the foundations for a new research Center on PPI.

A warm invitation to join us from ...
Danny Dig, Executive Director of The Center of Pervasive Personalized Intelligence
Terri Fiez, Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation, CU and
Bobby Braun, Dean, College of Engineering & Applied Science, CU
Scott A. Ashford, Dean, College of Engineering, OSU

I believe that further advancing digital innovation by IoT requires both technology breakthrough and technology harmonization and thus, this center, consisting of a team of universities and a broad spectrum industrial partners, will certainly become the new core of open innovations. My expectation is that the center will create a global-scale impact and visibility to make it the place for academia-industry collaboration on IoT.

– Yasunori Mochizuki, senior vice president at NEC Corporation