A virtual, collaborative research environment consisting of more than 70 member colleges and universities, 14 of which are located in New York State. The institute provides a unique opportunity for members of academia to work with the U.S. Air Force to advance the state-of-the-art in Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C41) and Cyber for the Air Force, Department of Defense and commercial applications. This government-university partnership promotes and expands research in information technology areas of interest to the Air Force.
Information Institute Objectives:
- Create a shared research infrastructure among the member institutions for the purpose of enabling collaborative research
- Strengthen Information Directorate ties with member universities
- Establish new and strengthen existing ties among member universities
- Leverage research opportunities within and outside the Information Directorate
- Open doors to the Information Directorate's varied research activities and facilities
- Leverage university resources to benefit the Information Directorate's research base
- Enhance educational opportunities for the II members and the Information Directorate staff
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Membership with the Information Institute provides opportunities such as advanced event notifications, early announced summer program information, and first solicitation opportunities for specific project collaboration. Membership is a 5-year, no cost arrangement via an Educational Partnership Agreement with AFRL/RI. Current membership has representation from minority, technical, private and state colleges and universities.