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The primary objective of our PCSI Research Consortium (PRC) program is to meet the growing needs of industry, government, and academia in prognostics research, development, and education. We accomplish this by creating a comprehensive environment for leading edge research, technical exchange, stakeholder collaboration and the educational development of advanced graduates in the fields of prognostics, diagnostics and systems integrity.
Our program offers a wide range of benefits to our members as well as to the university. There is the opportunity to participate in cutting edge research that will have direct influence on the future of the prognostic and diagnostic fields and in real world applications. The ability to interact with our students and staff as prospective employees is established easily with our consortium members having early access to student resumes and student and faculty presentations and publications. The annual research symposium and workshop is exclusive to affiliate members only. It showcases all of work of PCSI and provides opportunities for in depth evaluation of the technologies under development.
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
The PRC program is designed to build and enhance relationships between PCSI, industry and government organizations involved in the areas of sensing, prediction, and control. Opportunities include:
Member financial support is a vital to the operation of our research center. These funds:
Contributing - $20,000 / year
Contributing Members are urged to join with PCSI to seek joint federal or state funding
Sustaining - $50,000 / year
Membership in the PCSI Research Consortium requires a qualifying “unrestricted gift” contribution to the center.
ANNUAL AFFILIATES MEETING
The annual research symposium and workshop is a yearly event that brings our faculty, students, and Consortium members together to discuss the latest development is prognostics. All faculty and most students attend, and we ask one to three representatives from each member to attend. The event features:
For more information please contact Matthew Potrawski @ 765-496-9301 or firstname.lastname@example.org