The CSNE seeks to develop enabling technologies in collaboration with large and small companies and to develop end-to-end integrated systems with small startups, including those created by Center researchers and students. To do so, an initial set of industry partners has agreed to join CSNE efforts based on a strategic alignment of mutual needs. Other partners will be added based on a five-level Membership Arrangement the Center has defined in order to maximize translation opportunities. All three domestic institutions – the UW, MIT, and SDSU – have agreed to use this same Industry Plan, IP policy, and Membership Agreement. IP is a key benefit for industrial partners, and the CSNE has established a mechanism for collaborative assignment, production and licensing of inventions through classification of Core IP and Project IP. Core IP will be protected by the CSNE for use by all industry partners, while Project IP will be licensed to an individual member to exploit its competitive commercial potential.
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