The National Upcycled Computing Collective, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization [NTEE U41] Computer Science, Technology & Engineering, Research Institute (EIN 82-1177433) as determined by the Internal Revenue Service.
What we do
- Support Research
- Promote Research
- Do Research
With the further understanding that the Project must perform research related to Computer Science with a specific focus on Technology and Engineering.
To find new uses for technology thereby extending the life of technology.
The National Upcycled Computing Collective, Inc. (NUCC) intends to re-purpose electronic devices responsibly.
All projects at the National Upcycled Computing Collective, Inc. will progress through six (6) phases as follows:
- Phase 1 – Proof of Concept (PoC)
- Phase 2 – Branding & Packaging
- Phase 3 – Deployment
- Phase 4 – Scaling
- Phase 5 – Observation
- Phase 6 – Completion (White Papers, Licensing, etc.)
All projects entering an Applied Research Center of any location of the National Upcycled Computing Collective, Inc. will start at Phase 1 (PoC) and graduate out as soon as they reach Phase 3 (Deployment).
The Board of Directors of the National Upcycled Computing Collective, Inc. will remain in a perpetual state of Phase 5 (Observation) over these projects and maintains the right to end any project failing to show progress or results in Phase 1 (PoC).
Support NUCC Today
Your contribution to the National Upcycled Computing Collective will help to repurpose electronic devices responsibly. Our primary project aims to utilize a mixture of salvaged and new computing components in order to contribute to scientific and mathematical research projects through parallel distributive computing.
NUCC is a U.S. 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax ID #82-1177433.