Many engineers and managers don’t know about the sophisticated resources available nearby that can help solve problems related to almost every type of material used in production. Getting the word out about these resources is the goal of a one-day workshop on April 5 sponsored by the Cornell Center for Materials Research (CCMR).
The workshop, called Facilities 101, is offered by the Industrial Partnerships team at CCMR, which facilitates relationships between industry and over 110 Cornell faculty in 12 different departments. These relationships include joint research projects, problem-solving semester long projects with matching funds from NYSTAR, use of the CCMR facilities, and other programs – some of which are specifically designed to support NY State startups and small businesses.
The target audience is technical directors, product managers, engineers, technicians, scientists, and consultants. The agenda includes an indepth introduction to the laboratories, equipment, and staff managed by CCMR and made available to industry. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet the technical staff managing these facilities, take tours of the labs, see demonstrations of the equipment, and discuss your particular needs one-on-one with an expert.
Date: Thursday April 5th
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Location: Cornell University Cost: $55.00
Register at www.ccmr.cornell.edu/industry/facilities101/
For more information, contact John Sinnott at 607-255-7070 or email@example.com
Learn about CCMR facilities www.ccmr.cornell.edu/facilities/