Institute for System Level Integration

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iSLI is a research institute for knowledge transfer in electronic computing enabling technologies. The Institute is not linked primarily to a single application market or sector. The institute was founded in 1998 and was located in Livingston, Scotland, UK until 2009, when it moved to Heriot-Watt University Technology Park.[1]

The Institute is a collaborative venture involving the computer science and electronic and electrical engineering departments of the universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Strathclyde, and Heriot-Watt University.

Its aim is to support the development of electronics systems design worldwide and to encourage the exploration of new technologies through research. Primary source of funding is from Scottish Enterprise, Scotland’s economic development agency.

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