JUMP Announces New Centers


JUMP, a Research Program within the NST Project, has launched six new centers as of Monday, January 1, 2018. JUMP is a collaborative network of research centers sponsored by U.S. industry participants and DARPA. The research, guided by the university center directors, tackles fundamental physical problems and forges a nationwide effort to keep the United States and its technology firms at the forefront of the global microelectronics revolution.


ASCENT: Advanced Devices, Packaging, and Materials -Notre Dame


ADA: Advanced Architecture and Algorithms -University of Michigan


CRISP: Intelligent Memory and Storage -University of Virginia


CONIX: Distributed Computing and Networking -Carnegie Mellon University


CBRIC: Cognitive Computing -Purdue University


ComSenTer: RF to THz Sensor and Communication Systems -University of California Santa Barbara


The partnerships created across industry, academia, and the defense community through JUMP are one of several critical components advancing DARPA’s ERI and its efforts to foster the environment needed for the next wave of U.S. semiconductor technology innovations. 




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