Inamori School of Engineering

Research and Professional Programs

Research in the Inamroi School of Engineering provides a foundation of student education, advances the frontiers of knowledge, and supports economic growth. With projects ranging from basic science to product development, the School manages ~$5M in research awards from industry, foundations, and government agencies each year. The Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology (CACT), which facilitates most of our interactions with industry, has averaged 40:1 return on investment on state funds. The Center for High Temperature Characterization (CHTC) offers fee-based analytical services and access to sophisticated characterization equipment. The School also offers short courses/workshops, conferences, and other professional development opportunities to promote workforce development. For information about research capabilities, contact Dr. Matthew Hall, phone: 607-871-2486.

Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology
Research Expertise
Faculty Profiles
Facilities
Short Courses and Conferences