Our research and development strategy involves partnering and collaborating with universities. These relationships enable us to tap into the expertise and resources within the academic community while also leveraging innovative research to complement our internal research and expertise. These arrangements directly benefit our customers and stakeholders as new technologies are developed and matured through these collaborative research arrangements.
SRC has several partnership models depending upon the research goals of the collaborators. These include university-industry partner programs, sponsored research agreements, master collaboration agreements, teaming / sub-contracting agreements, consulting agreements, endowments / fellowships, and internships.
SRC has partnered with the following academic institutions
- Center for Identification Technology Research, a National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center
- Clarkson University
- Cornell University
- George Mason University
- Onondaga Community College
- Piedmont Community College
- Purdue University - The Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security
- State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
- Syracuse Center of Excellence
- Syracuse University
- University of Virginia
- University of Texas
- Virginia Tech