UConn’s Innovation Partnership Building and Tech Park: Applied R&D in Manufacturing, Energy, and Cybersecurity

UConn’s Innovation Partnership Building and Tech Park: Applied R&D in Manufacturing, Energy, and Cybersecurity

By CT Manufacturers for CT Manufacturers
THURSDAY, AUGUST 27 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Co-hosted by AMEP
UConn’s Innovation Partnership Building and Tech Park:

Applied R&D in Manufacturing, Energy, and Cybersecurity

This week, learn about the UConn IPB/Tech Park and its support for Connecticut industries from S. Pamir Alpay, Executive Director of the UConn Tech Park, Associate Dean of Engineering, and Professor at UConn.

The UConn IPB/Tech Park is a state-of-the art applied research center located in Storrs that offers significant capabilities in manufacturing technologies including metal 3D printing, cybersecurity, energy and water filtration. In addition, it houses one of world’s most advanced materials characterization facilities.

Join us for this webinar as we provide case studies and examples of IPB’s high tech prototyping and simulation resources that offer solutions from product concept to product validation.

About the speaker

Professor S. Pamir Alpay is the Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of the University of Connecticut. He is also an Assoc. Dean in the School of Engineering and the Executive Director of UConn Tech Park, where he serves as UConn’s chief ambassador to industry and government agencies in building industry-responsive and economically important initiatives based on UConn’s strengths in applied research. In this role, he has excelled in outreach, having hosted workshops and symposia connecting over 1000 professionals and government leaders on current topics ranging from sustainability, cybersecurity, energy, advanced manufacturing and support for small/medium size businesses.

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