University of Virginia Engineering – October 8, 2019
By Jennifer McManamay
The University of Virginia School of Engineering is a founding partner of a national research center that is tackling an increasingly urgent challenge for industry: How to ensure that electronic devices and systems of connected devices are designed to protect the interests of consumers and communities that rely on them.
The Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security and Trust, known as CHEST, earned a prestigious designation as a National Science Foundation Industry-University Cooperative Research Center as of Oct. 1. The center is a joint initiative of the University of Virginia, University of Cincinnati, Northeastern University, University of Connecticut, University of Texas at Dallas and University of California, Davis. It is the largest National Science Foundation Industry-University Cooperative Research Center in the number of participating universities …