AMIC is the industrial consortium that offers wisconsin manufacturers the materials research, equipment and talent they need to innovate and grow their business.
The Advanced Materials Industrial Consortium gives commercial partners the opportunity to collaborate with students and faculty in advanced materials research across the UW–Madison campus. The consortium facilitates interactions through:
- Annual Meeting and Facilities Days Open House events
- B2B networking opportunities
Structured networking opportunities at our events to connect with faculty in your area of interest, students/postdocs with skills in your area, colleagues in complementary fields that may have already solved your problem or can help you find solution, or staff that help you with instrumentation or help you navigate the university’s resources and policies!
- Early access to student and postdoctoral researchers
AMIC events showcase the work of UW Madison student and postdoctoral researchers and give you opportunities to talk in detail about their skills and expertise. This allows targeted recruitment or consulting opportunities in a broad spectrum of areas.
- Facilitated access to shared instrumentation
Do you know about the board spectrum of instrumentation available for public use at UW Madison? If you don’t have the expertise, we can train you or help you with the measurement. If you aren’t sure of what you want or need, please contact us and talk about your needs and we will point you in the right direction.
- Sponsored research and facilities use agreements
If you ready to explore deeper research opportunities for product/process development/optimization, exploratory materials research/informatics or some combination, talk to us and we can help you find a niche that suits your requirements.
- Industrial Fellow Program
Would you like to work closely with faculty, students and postdocs in a faculty lab on campus? Industrial Fellows work in an area where both the University and the company derives clear benefits from this close interaction.
- Consulting opportunities
Networking at our events will lead to deeper discussions about faculty/postdoc/student consulting opportunities if that fits your constraints at the moment. Talk to us about how to take advantage of these opportunities.
The UW AMIC is soliciting proposals for short-term, collaborative research projects that address a current or anticipated need in advanced materials and/or manufacturing. This year’s theme is on materials science and data.October 29, 2020
Collaborative Research Project Tackles Interesting Questions While Putting Graduate Student’s Project Management Skills to Work
Working together, University of Wisconsin graduate student, Sachin Muley, and engineers from NCD Technologies have determined optimal recipes for a carbon coating for an industrial application while also furthering research in this area. The 10-month project set out to understand and optimize mechanical properties in amorphous carbon coatings that NCD uses for industrial applications. A paper based on this research is currently in development.August 18, 2020
On February 27, the AMIC Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) met in Madison to provide feedback and guidance on the goals and objectives for the AMIC.April 6, 2020
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The Regional Materials & Manufacturing Network (RM2N) 2020 Symposium was held on January 21, 2020 at UW–Parkside. In addition to networking and student interaction, there were discussions on how industry can tap into senior capstone and other student project opportunities. Questions? Contact conference organizer William Parker at email@example.com.
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