The Interdisciplinary Consulting Corporation (IC2) is a research and development company specializing in sensors and sensing systems. IC2 was founded in 2001 to provide a commercialization path for UF generated intellectual property (Interdisciplinary Microsystems Group@UF) specifically in the areas of MEMS-based instrumentation, flow control, acoustics and smart materials. The company also conducts consulting in interdisciplinary engineering fields. Since inception, IC2 has performed significant R&D in MEMS-based microphones, shear-stress sensors, and acoustic arrays, as well as active flow control and smart materials. Headquartered in Gainesville, FL, IC2 employs engineers and research scientists with extensive experience in the design, development and characterization of micromachined sensors. Key personnel at IC2 have significant relevant experience in piezoelectric, piezoresistive, capacitive, thermal and optical transducers, adaptive acoustic engine liners for noise reduction, active flow control, and diagnostic and prognostic system health monitoring. Development efforts span from the component level (e.g. transducers) up to full systems (e.g. sensor systems such as acoustic arrays with signal processing HW/SW). A major R&D thrust has also targeted high-temperature, harsh environments to enable miniaturized instrumentation for aerospace propulsion systems and engine health management systems.
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Over the years, IC2 has received numerous research grants and contracts through the Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs from the US Government. Through these programs, IC2 has been developing advanced technologies from concept stage through prototyping, then transitioning these technologies into commercial products.
|2016||SBIR||NASA||Phase III||Third-Generation Capacitive Shear Stress Sensors and Sensor Control Unit|
|2016||SBIR||NASA||Phase I||Low Profile, Low Frequency, Adaptively-Tuned Acoustic Liner|
|2016||SBIR||NASA||Phase II||Miniaturized Dynamic Pressure Sensor Arrays with Sub-Millimeter (mm) Spacing for Cross-Flow Transition Measurements|
|2016||STTR||Air Force||Phase II||Highly-Resolved Wall-Shear-Stress Measurement in High Speed Flows|
|2015||SBIR||NASA||Phase III||MEMS Skin Friction Sensor|
|2015||SBIR||NASA||Phase I||Miniaturized Dynamic Pressure Sensor Arrays with Sub-Millimeter (mm) Spacing for Cross-Flow Transition Measurements|
|2014||SBIR||Army||Phase II||Flexible, Compact Acoustic Transducer Arrays|
|2014||SBIR||NASA||Phase I||Advanced Technology Development for MEMS-Based Acoustic Arrays|
|2014||SBIR||NASA||Phase III||MEMS Skin Friction Sensor|
|2014||STTR||AFOSR||Phase I||Highly-Resolved Wall-Shear-Stress Measurement in High Speed Flows|
|2012||SBIR||NASA||Phase II||MEMS Skin Friction Sensor|
|2012||SBIR||Army||Phase I||Flexible, Compact Acoustic Transducer Arrays|
|2011||SBIR||NASA||Phase I||Micromachined Sensors for Hypersonic Flows|
|2011||SBIR||NASA||Phase I||MEMS Skin Friction Sensor|
|2009||STTR||USAF||Phase II||High Temperature MEMS Sensors for High-Frequency Shear Stress and Pressure Measurements|
|2007||STTR||USAF||Phase I||High Frequency Surface Pressure, Shear Stress and Heat Flux Measurements for High Temperature Applications|
|2003||STTR||USAF||Phase I||A MEMS Floating Element Shear Stress Sensor for Hypersonic Flows|
|2002||STTR||USAF||Phase I||Mitigation of Aero-Optic Distortions by Active Flow Control|