FXPAL collaborates with universities and academic institutions in a number of ways. We have a year-round intern program and employ students from universities worldwide including Europe, Asia, and the United States. We have a postdoctoral fellow program that allows national and international researchers to experience industrial research in Silicon Valley for one to three years after completion of their Ph.D. We collaborate with professors at major universities on current research at FXPAL and fund basic research in areas of interest to Fuji Xerox. In addition, FXPAL members hold honorary faculty positions.
- University of California, Santa Barbara
- Penn State University
- Texas A&M
- University of Virginia
- University of California, Irvine
Basic Research Funding
- University of California, Berkeley
- University of Pittsburgh
- University of California, Santa Cruz
- Brown University
- Kyushu University Museum
- University of California, Irvine, Bren School of Information and Computer Science
- University of California, Santa Cruz, Bascom School of Engineering
- Lawrence A. Rowe, Professor Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley
FXPAL has developed numerous leading-edge technologies that are now available for license. Licensing technology from FXPAL is a cost-effective alternative to independently developing a similar asset. Our relationships with our licensees extend to ensure mutual success.
FXPAL benefits immensely from the availability of a range of open sourced projects. Rather than continuously re-inventing the wheel, these projects let us focus on advancing the state of the art.
Our open source effort attempts to return something back to the community. Most of our projects are released under a open NEW BSD license; the specific licensing terms are discussed in further details for each project. We hope that others will benefit from, further enhance and share these projects for wider impact. To provide feedback, please visit the individual project page for the contact information.