Industry Day 2017

September 25

Expand your research expertise

Partner with S&T

Take part in this one-day event to learn how your company can benefit from partnering with Missouri S&T researchers. The day will include research center and lab tours, overviews from center directors, opportunities to network with faculty and students, and a panel discussing the research partnership process, including the handling of technology transfer and intellectual property and how companies have benefited from these collaborations.

DATE:  Monday, September 25, 2017

LOCATION:  Havener Center, Missouri S&T

Industry Day Registration Information

Pre-registration is requested as space is limited. 

Fee: $25 per person 

How to Register: This year Industry Day will be held on Sept. 25, the day before the Fall Career Fair. Registration is through Handshake, Career Opportunities and Employer Relations’ new online tool. Industry Day registration is an add-on to the Career Fair; however participation in the Career Fair is not required to join us for Industry Day. If you need help registering, please contact COER at 573-341-4343. We look forward to seeing you at Industry Day!

Register now for Industry Day

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Industry Day Schedule of Events

8:00 – 8:30

Continental Breakfast

8:30 – 9:00

Welcome

9:00 – 10:00

Panel Discussion: Benefits of Research with S&T and Intellectual Property Agreements

10:00 – 11:00

Centers and Consortia Overviews

11:00 – 12:00

Research Centers Showcase, Student Research Poster Displays and several Student Design Teams will be represented

12:00 – 12:45

Lunch with Faculty and Students

1:00 – 3:30

Lab and Center Tours

3:30 – 4:00

Closing

Participating Research Centers and Consortia

  • Center for Biomedical Research
    is a multidisciplinary research center with a mission to research and develop advanced biomaterials, devices and therapeutics for applications in the biomedical industry
  • Intelligent Systems Center
    performs basic and applied research to develop generic methodologies and software or hardware tools and to address technology and related issues in developing intelligent systems for manufacturing and energy applications
  • Solar Village Microgrid
    a small scale microgrid project, employing alternative and renewable generation, advanced energy storage, and intelligent switching capabilities into a residential facility complex
  • Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility
    supports electromagnetic compatibility, power integrity (PI), and signal integrity (SI) research and education projects with a goal of developing the knowledge base, tools and people necessary to solve EMC problems
  • Kent D. Peaslee Steel Manufacturing Research Center
    a consortium of steel companies, foundries, suppliers and university researchers working together to address fundamental steel casting/manufacturing issues such as steelmaking, casting, product development, and environmental and safety issues
  • Materials Research Center
    fosters fundamental and applied interdisciplinary research related to ceramic, metallic, polymeric, and composite materials across multiple degree programs at Missouri S&T.  MRC also provides advanced materials characterization instrumentation to campus and external users
  • Rock Mechanics and Explosives Research Center
    provides research leadership in scientific and engineering fields with activities related to the mineral resource lease and serves the mining and petroleum, nuclear, geological science and engineering, and manufacturing industries

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