Headquartered near the University of Florida (UF), IC2 - previously known as Interdisciplinary Consulting Corporation - develops high-performance, technologically disruptive instrumentation systems that enable the measurement, modeling, and control of various physical properties. IC2 is currently developing products in the areas of MEMS-based instrumentation, flow control, acoustics and smart materials. The company also conducts consulting in interdisciplinary engineering fields. Since its inception, IC2 has performed significant R&D in MEMS-based microphones, shear-stress sensors, and acoustic arrays, as well as active flow control and smart materials. Key personnel at IC2 have significant relevant experience in piezoelectric, piezoresistive, capacitive, thermal and optical transducers, adaptive acoustic engine liners for noise reduction, active flow control, and diagnostic and prognostic system health monitoring. Development efforts span from the component level (e.g. transducers) up to full systems (e.g. sensor systems such as acoustic arrays with signal processing HW/SW). Much of the R&D has targeted high-temperature, harsh environments to enable miniaturized instrumentation for aerospace propulsion systems and engine health management systems.