What are engineering students researching and inventing in faculty labs? How can their research be used to improve your products, quality of life, economic impact?
Come to Storrs and find out!
On Thursday, May 17, the School of Engineering – in partnership with the monthly Innovation Connection networking event, will host a Tech Forum in the Student Union Ballroom at the Storrs campus. The forum will feature research posters and project demonstrations by graduate students, as well as juniors and seniors who are conducting scholarly research. Throughout the event, employers, officials from private and government labs, UConn faculty, innovators and research-savvy students will be able to connect and discuss innovative projects underway at UConn.
Everyone is invited!
|Date:||Thursday, May 17, 2012|
|Time:||3:00 – 6:00 p.m.|
|Location:||Student Union Ballroom, University of Connecticut, Storrs|
Approximately $100 in prizes will be awarded for the most popular posters and demos.
The event will attract a diverse array of attendees from industry, academia, government, and some foreign institutes. Student researchers and innovators will be on hand to discuss their work with visitors, and extended abstracts will be published in a forum booklet.
The program is sponsored by the Engineering Graduate Administrative Team and the Innovation Connection, with assistance provided by SAGE, http://sage.engr.uconn.edu/.
For additional details, please contact Andrea Caluori-Ramos at email@example.com.