Center for Advanced Power Systems (CAPS)

CAPS is a joint venture of Florida State University, the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. CAPS focuses on advanced power technologies with particular emphasis on transportation systems, as well as traditional utility systems.

Center for Information Management and Educational Services (CIMES)

CIMES  is an applied research center that develops custom information and education systems to address goals of organizations and their communities. CIMES  products and services include: web-based information and business systems, portals, clearinghouses, learning experience design and training and outreach campaigns.

Center for Ocean, Atmospheric Prediction Studies (COAPS)

COAPS is a center of excellence performing interdisciplinary research in ocean-atmosphere-land-ice interactions to increase our understanding of the physical, social, and economic consequences of climate variability.

Center on Better Health and Life for Underserved Populations (BHL)

BHL addresses the issues of health and life for underserved populations. In order to help underserved populations have better health and life through transdisciplinary research and program development.

Danfoss Turbocor Compressors Inc.

Danfoss is dedicated to the design, manufacture, marketing and support of the world’s most efficient commercial refrigerant compressors. Danfoss developed the world’s first totally oil-free compressor specifically designed for HVACR.

Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs

The Division of Food, Nutrition and Wellness (FNW) administers the National School Lunch Program, Other school programs and Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program for Florida. The Division of Marketing and Development promotes Florida products and facilitates agricultural commerce through a variety of programs and initiatives.

FAMU Center for Plasma Science and Technology (CePAST)

The Center is home to a highly successful team of faculty, students and researchers dedicated to the new science and new applications of theoretical, experimental, and computational Plasma Physics. The Center is the flagship of FAMU’s commitment to comprehensive research excellence with technological impact.

Florida Center for Advanced Aero-Propulsion (FCAAP)

FCCAP is a dynamic research program with state of the art testing and diagnostic facilities that are not commonly available at university research centers The research focus is primarily related to the aerospace and aviation industry including active flow and noise control, advanced propulsion and power, next gen. air vehicles and systems,

Florida Center for Interative Media (FCIM)

FCIM develops custom products and services including facilitating the integration of appropriate technology solutions for identified needs; e-Learning opportunities for students and professionals; video production and editing, animation, and graphic arts; and products designed to work in the tech environment, including mobile devices.

Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR)

FCRR focuses on applied research that will have an immediate impact on policy and practices related to literacy instruction in Florida. Research conducted at FCCR is supported by grants from various Federal agencies and private foundations, with current research grants at FCRR exceeding $10 million a year.

Florida Dept. of Transportation (FDOT) Structures Research Center

FDOT Structures Research Center’s mission is to provide research, testing, and evaluations of innovative structural components and bridge systems along with testing existing inventory to provide for safe, reliable, and cost efficient structures across the State’s highway system, and provide quality technical expertise of structural research and structural testing.

Florida Distance Learning Consortium

FloridaShines works with the state’s 40 colleges and universities and other partners to help students succeed in school and beyond and serves as Florida’s student hub of innovative educational services. FloridaShines is a service of the Florida Virtual Campus, the State University System of Florida, and the Florida College System that helps students find and register for distance learning courses.

FSU Dept. of Anthropology

The FSU Department of Anthropology investigates humankind in all its diversity including human origins, physical characteristics, adaptions, customs, artifacts, languages, beliefs and more. The Department conducts its research and other important activities including office hours and research seminars at their Innovation Park location.

FSU Applied Superconductivity Center (ASC)

Part of the MagLab the ASC advances the science and technology of superconductivity and superconductivity applications by investigating low temperature and high temperature materials.

FSU Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

ERP maintains integrated software solutions that support student, research, and administrative functions at Florida State University.

FSU Human Subjects Committee

The Mission of the FSU Human Subjects Committee is to protect the welfare of human subjects participants by compliance with the federal regulations governing the protection of human subjects, and facilitating the research efforts of FSU faculty, students, and staff.

FSU Information Technology Services

ITS is the central IT organization for Florida State University, providing IT support to the FSU community. ITS partners with university academic, research and administrative units to evaluate IT needs and implement technology solutions that support mission-critical work.

FSU Institute for Energy Systems, Economics and Sustainability (IESES)

IESES carries out scholarly basic research and analysis in engineering, science, infrastructure, governance and the related social dimensions all designed to further a sustainable energy economy. IESES unites researchers from the disciplines of engineering, natural sciences, law, urban and regional planning geography, and economics to address sustainability and alternative power issues in the context of global climate change.

Florida State University Institute for International Cooperative Environmental Research (IICER) and Center for Biomedical and Toxicological Research (CBTR)

ICER conducts research in the area of environmental contamination to identify, develop and deploy strategies and technologies for solutions to environmental problems, and conducts cooperative educational and research activities with local, state, federal and international organizations. CBTR addresses problems associated with environmental impacts to human health worldwide, and conducts focused technical training activities, education, and provides technical support services to government at all levels.

Florida State University Office of Commercialization (OC)

OC is responsible for transferring disclosed FSU Intellectual Property into the marketplace. This happens by licensing FSU technologies to existing or start-up companies to develop and market these early stage technologies. The OC is also the point of contact for outside organizations and individuals wanting to locate the skills, inventions, creative works and other resources of the FSU research community.

Florida State University Research Foundation, Inc. (FSURF)

FSURF is a not-for-profit organization created to bring the research of FSU students, faculty and staff into the public marketplace. FSURF serves as the principal conduit for the Office of Commercialization, whereby the products of university research are made available to the marketplace. FSURF is the assignee of the University’s Intellectual Property (IP), and  therefore, is the fiscal agent for all activities with respect to the commercialization of the IP.

Florida Virtual Campus (FLVC)

FLVC is a statewide provider of innovative educational services for Florida’s K-20 community. Working collaboratively with the state’s 12 public universities, 28 public colleges, K-12 school districts, and other partners, FLVC provides services that help students succeed in school and life after graduation. FLVC is funded by the Florida Legislature, and administered by the University of West Florida.

High-Performance Materials Institute (HPMI)

HPMI is recognized nationally and internationally as a leader in developing cost-effective high performance materials and systems. HPMI develops innovative technologies and solutions for the design, manufacturing and characterization of advanced materials, and  technology areas: High-Performance Composite and Nanomaterials, Structural Health Monitoring, Multifunctional Nanomaterials Advanced Manufacturing and Process Modeling.

Learning Systems Insitute

The Learning Systems Institute is a research organization that strives to bridge the gap between theory and practice in education. It works primarily through its two centers: the Florida Center for Research in Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (FCR-STEM) and the Center for International Studies in Educational Research and Development (CISERD). FCR-STEM aims at STEM teaching and learning in grades K-12 in Florida, and preparing students for higher education and STEM careers. CISERD works to improve learning and instruction in developing countries through educational research and development.

Leon County Research & Development Authority (LCRDA)

LCRDA owns buildings in and manages Innovation Park, a university research and development park.

nanoStrata, Inc.

nanoStrata, Inc. is a research and development company at Innovation Park specializing in Robotic Multilayering research and applications. They offer low-cost robotic solutions to produce multilayered samples, and also provide consulting and on-site support.

National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (MagLab)

The MagLab is a national and international resource that centralizes the country’s greatest magnet-related resources, tools and expertise. The MagLab’s magnets are unrivaled anywhere in the world and lab engineers are constantly striving to push fields higher still. Every year nearly, 1,000 scientists and engineers from across the world conduct experiments using the MagLab’s state-of-the-art equipment, and expertise including lab scientists’ and technicians who developed the instrumentation and techniques. As a national lab, the MagLab facilities are generally offered free of charge to qualified users.

National Park Service Southeast Archeological Center (SEAC)

SEAC provides archeological and collections management assistance to national parks and partners by conducting and disseminating high-quality anthropological research and interpretation, based on cutting edge, multidisciplinary methods, technologies, and science. It performs archeological research, promotes education and outreach, provides collections and information management services, and offers technical support for national park units located in the Southeast Region.

Nhu Energy, Inc.

Nhu Energy is developing a suite of capabilities that, in partnership with a national network of specially equipped facilities and resources, will fill the gaps, raise the readiness, and accelerate the deployment of the energy, control, and critical systems technologies of tomorrow.

Northwest Regional Data Center (NWRDC)

NWRDC is the State’s leading computing provider in both educational and governmental communities. NWRDC offers superior infrastructure for system support and application hosting, as well as 24 x 7 management support to respond to disasters, ensure uptime, and provide business continuity. NWRDC is a modern state-of-the-art data center and is a public organization and an auxiliary of Florida State University.