Membership Advantages

Companies joining the consortium:

    • Influence research directions
    • Identify potential future employees through early contact with students
    • Receive reduced rates at selected supporting facilities

And receive:

    • Information on related research
    • Stimulating research opportunities with in-house staff
    • Assistance in licensing of UWAMIC patents

In addition, member companies can participate in the following:

Company Seminar <<new>>
Come to UW-Madison and present a seminar on your company to attract top talent and increase your company’s visibility on campus.

Technical Review Session <<new>>
Come to UW-Madison and present your materials research challenges in a private meeting with selected faculty members to discover synergies.

AMIC Seed Program <<new>> Download Call for Proposals, deadline October 31, 2016
Provide project ideas for short-term collaborative projects (pre-competitive) done with a small group of students / postdocs advised by a UW-Madison faculty member. This exciting new program strives to find commonalities between industry needs and academic expertise.

Industrial Fellows Program
Companies with consortium membership may send one Fellow per year as part of their membership fees. While in residence at the university, an industrial employee works closely with faculty and students to complete a research project. If desired, the results may be reported at the annual meeting.

Annual Meetings
At these meetings, each research program gives formal oral presentations on its work during the past year. A poster session and reception and dinner offers the opportunity for informal interactions and discussions about on-going or potential new projects. The meeting may also include special topic workshops.

Industrial Advisory Board
The Industrial Advisory Board meets during the annual meetings and may meet at other times at the request of the UWAMIC directors. Company representatives give feedback on research emphases, project choices, and long-term directions as well as the effectiveness of the consortium and its management.

Special Project Research
Industrial Partners may fund directed research and negotiate for licensing the intellectual property. Please contact one of the co-directors for further details.