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Industry

IAMDN fosters the basic and applied research that leads to new knowledge and fresh solutions. This role becomes increasingly crucial as industry shifts resources from basic research to product development. Among the major corporations collaborating with IAMDN scientists are Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Johnson & Johnson, Honeywell, ExxonMobil, and Merck. Industrial partners outside New Jersey include Cree, General Electric, Qualcomm and LSI Corporation.

What do these companies find at IAMDN? First, there is a variety of facilities, apparatuses, and equipment that even large companies often do not have, or cannot justify financing for limited use. Because IAMDN is dedicated to teaching for the future, equipment and apparatuses are constantly upgraded and updated, with a commitment to staying several steps ahead of the curve. IAMDN’s business is thinking and working for the future. It is more than just predicting future trends—it is creating future trends.

IAMDN researchers not only know how to optimize their equipment and apparatuses—in many cases they actually build them. There are several one-ofa- kind devices used in the institute’s labs. Such customized equipment is often built employing advanced technologies to meet specific research needs. To many companies the availabilty of such resources is cost effective and spurs creativity and innovation.

Finally, companies working for the first time with large university-based groups like IAMDN can take advantage of by the amount of cross-discipline expertise available within the Rutgers faculty and staff. Electric cars and the hydrogen economy can be great successes in the laboratory, but will society actually adapt to the necessary changes? There are people at great universities who are equipped and interested in working on such issues. IAMDN puts them at industry’s service.

This Webpage currently under development.  Future pages will include:

The Industrial Interaction webpages will discuss a variety of activities and initiatives linking IAMDN academic members with NJ State and national industry. Among other things, it will include:
  1. a listing of upcoming events that focus on bringing developments in science and engineering to market,
  2. short courses for industrial continuing education, Professional Science Masters Program -  http://psm.rutgers.edu/content/coming-soon
  3. contact information for IAMD staff who coordinate research and development interactions with high-tech companies.
Useful information on New Jersey State IAMD-related high tech industry can be found at the New Jersey Commission for Science and Technology, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, and the New Jersey Technology Council websites.

For more information, please send an e-mail to npamulaThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 848-445-1388.

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