Our Partners

Accenture
Ahnlab, Inc.
Analog Devices, Inc.
Arkema, Inc
Barron Associates
The Boeing Company
E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.
Emergentviews, Inc.
Ericsson Radio Access AB
Exxon Mobil Corporation
General Motors Company
Gentis, Inc.
Google, Inc.
HOLTEC International
Honda R&D Americas
Honeywell International
IBM
Innovative Management Concepts
Intel Corporation
Jagex, Ltd
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lowenstein Sandler, PC
McNeil Pharmaceutical
Merck
Nissan Motor Company
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Pfizer
Quantum Leap Innovations
Reliance Industries Limited
Siemens Corporation
Siltronic AG
Spillman Company
Staoil
SIG
Unilever Research
Unity Semiconductor
Wacker Siltronic Corporation
Walt Disney Productions
Willow Garage, Inc

 

 

Seeking Partnerships

Members of the Penn Engineering faculty across the disciplines are actively seeking corporate partners interested in building long lasting, mutually beneficial relationships focused on technological research and discovery. (Use this link to visit our Expertise Directory.) Penn Engineering is proud to have recruited some of the most talented and creative teachers and students from all over the world. This international gathering of intellectual capital and academic drive has created an environment of dynamism and vitality, and we welcome collaborators of like talent and ambition to leverage our achievements.

We view the corporate relationship as an active two way street, with both partners gaining insights and direction from one another’s expertise and findings. Corporate collaboration adds another layer of value to scientific investigation at the university level, wherein reality based applications determine the course of inquiry using real-time data and parameters. Partnering with industry and working toward shared goals enables Penn engineers to advance their own research while benefitting the corporation.

There are numerous ways Penn Engineering engages industry partners. These include: student recruitment; student program support, group and outreach projects; research talks and forums; and the development of sponsored research projects. We share a commitment to education, research, development and innovation. We look forward to working with you.

Research Contacts

All questions regarding research policies or procedures at Penn Engineering can be directed to:

Kathleen Stebe
Deputy Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Science
Email: kstebe@seas.upenn.edu
Phone: 215.898.4515
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James McGonigle
Assistant Director
114 Towne Building
Email:  jmcgon@seas.upenn.edu
Phone: 215-898-5151

Technology Transfer Contact

Trude Amick, Ph.D.
Director of Licensing, Physical Sciences
Center for Technology Transfer
Mondays and Wednesdays:
Room 200 Moore Building
Phone: 215-898-8507
All other times:
3160 Chestnut St., Ste 200
Phone: 215-573-4509

Additional resources regarding research funding, along with many helpful research tools and information, can be accessed via the Penn Research Portal and Penn's Electronic Research Administration system.