Meet and discuss collaborations with Rockwell Automation on February 15Posted Feb. 3, 2011
On Tuesday, February 15, the Division of Research and Sponsored Programs will host a Research Partnerships Forum with Rockwell Automation: "Collaboration with Rockwell Automation Advanced Technology Lab", from 9:30 A.M.- 12:00 P.M. in Kent Student Center, Room 306. This is a cross-disciplinary discussion for faculty to meet with Rockwell Automation leaders to identify potential collaborative research areas. Potential areas of mutual interest include: Sensors, manufacturing and automation, forecasting, sustainability, intelligent systems, autonomous systems and more. Industries served range from automotive to life sciences to semiconductor/electronics.
About Rockwell Automation:
Rockwell Automation evolved from the integration of Rockwell International, Allen-Bradley, and Reliance Electric businesses and is one of the leading automation suppliers in the world. Rockwell products and solutions help manufacturers succeed and grow with automation control and information solutions that span a wide range of industries. With $4.8B in sales and 19,000 employees, customers are served in over 80 countries. Rockwell Automation's Advanced Technologies Labs, including their lab in Mayfield Heights, initiate and lead collaborative programs with universities around the world to help advance core technologies and address challenging design and customer application issues. This is a unique opportunity to explore research-related partnership opportunities with Rockwell Automation.
9:30 A.M. - Refreshments
10:00 A.M. - Presentation by Rockwell Automation
11:00 A.M. -Open discussion
11:30-12:00 P.M. - Wrap-up
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This forum is sponsored by the Division of Research and Sponsored Programs