|The Center for Micromagnetics and Information Technologies (MINT) is a research center at the University of Minnesota associated with the departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Chemical Engineering and Material Science. Our research focuses on data storage technologies, including magnetic recording, materials, and signal processing for storage.|
|The purpose of the MINT international research and education center is to integrate interdisciplinary faculty, students, and visiting researchers in research and development of magnetic information storage technologies at the University of Minnesota.|
|The goals of the MINT are to support applied basic research projects with industrial, government, and academic funding; provide graduate education through thesis projects, courses, and magnetics seminars; and transfer technology from research project reports, publications, theses, patents, seminars, research reviews, short courses, and workshops.|
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