2015 CCMR Symposium - Frontiers in Polymer Synthesis
May 19, 2015
Cornell Campus, Ithaca, NY.
Industrial Partnerships Program
The CCMR Symposium Registration is Closed!
Industry staff and executives who have not registered yet can contact Michele van de Walle at firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the CCMR’s Industrial Partnerships Program is to facilitate active collaboration between the CCMR and industry, foster technology transfer, strengthen the links between university-based research and its applications, and promote economic development. Beneficial collaborations between industry representatives and the extensive materials expertise developed by over 110 CCMR faculty members from 12 different departments are cultivated through a variety of activities, including: joint research projects, problem-solving semester-long projects with matching funds from NYSTAR, symposia, and workshops. Some of these programs are specifically designed to support NY State startups and small businesses. Our PARTNERS include large and small businesses from NY State and beyond.
To help you identify the most appropriate academic partner, faculty members have been grouped under RESEARCH THEMES.
Contact our office with questions about the program and for help identifying suitable faculty for collaboration, consultation, and contract research.
SUCCESS STORIES illustrate how we help businesses
Industrial Collaboration Program (ICP)
The ICP program provides industry with a fast, flexible and cost-effective way to start bench-to-bench collaborations with Cornell faculty members.
Companies may use the ICP program to support research fellows.
Support NY State
The JumpStart program is designed to help small NYS businesses solve concrete problems related to materials through collaborations with Cornell experts.
The mission of the CCMR’s Industrial Partnerships Program is to facilitate active collaboration between the CCMR and industry, to foster technology transfer, strengthen the links between university-based research and its applications, and promote economic development.