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Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility

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Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility  (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

Center for Electromagnetic Compatability Research  (University of Houston)

Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility  (University of Oklahoma Norman Campus)

Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility  (Clemson University Research Foundation)

Research Focus & Anticipated Benefits

The Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility (CEMC) conducts research on the electromagnetic compatibility properties essential to the success of all high-speed digital electronic devices.   The research focuses on solving problems such as electromagnetic interference and susceptibility, and improving signal and power integrity.

NSF's I/UCRC program is effecting positive change in the performance capacity of the U.S. industrial enterprise.  The centers feature high-quality, industrially relevant fundamental research, strong industrial support and collaboration in research and education, and direct transfer of research results to U.S. industry, improving its competitive posture in world markets. With industrial and other support totaling 10-15 times the NSF investment, I/UCRCs are a premier example of how to leverage federal funding to synergize the research and development process.

Education & Outreach

An I/UCRC not only contributes to the nation's research infrastructure base; it also enhances the intellectual capacity of the engineering and science workforce through the integration of research and education. The program leverages NSF funding with industry resources to support graduate students performing state-of-the art, industrially relevant research. The member universities in the Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility are also striving to enhance the diversity of the engineering workforce by increasing the participation of groups traditionally underrepresented in science and engineering.

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