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NRCC (Nokia Research Center Cambridge) is a cross-disciplinary research organization whose charter is to bring new ideas into Nokia products. NRCC is located at 3 Cambridge Center, second floor, and consists of approximately 20 Nokia researchers, investigating all aspects of mobile phones, from computer and network architecture to user interfaces. The team is led by Jamey Hicks, NRCC's Director.
The primary activity of Nokia Research Center Cambridge is the Nokia-MIT Collaboration. The Nokia-MIT Collaboration builds on past cooperation with MIT, including W3C, Project Oxygen, Things That Think, and the Communications Futures Program.
One of the goals of the collaboration is to increase the level of interaction between Nokia and MIT researchers compared to previous initiatives. For this reason, NRCC has been situated close to MIT CSAIL with spare offices for external researchers.