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  • Affiliates | Engineering
    About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Affiliates Home Collaboration Affiliates TItle Energy Modeling Forum EMF seeks to improve the use and usefulness of energy and environmental analysis to the public and private sectors by organizing comparative tests of available models and complementary analyses View Details Global Projects Center GPC The GPC serves as Stanford s primary forum for research on the development and management of global projects infrastructure industrial commercial telecommunication IT and other View Details ICME Education Affiliate Program The ICME Education Affiliate Program supports collaboration between ICME and industry partners in areas of shared interest in computational and mathematical engineering The program will engage View Details Initiative for Nanoscale Materials and Processes Phase 4 This research initiative is focused on metal gate high k dielectrics high mobility channel MOSFETs research for the ITRS 22nm and beyond Both theoretical and experimental study for such devices View Details Management Science and Engineering Industry Affiliates Program The MS E Industry Affiliates Program directly connects corporations with the department s vast resources renowned faculty cutting edge research centers and a thriving student community View Details MobiSocial Computing Laboratory To create disruptive mobile and social computing technology that serves consumers interests and benefits the economy in the long term Our current focus is to let everyone interact socially with View Details Nonvolatile Memory Technology Research Initiative Phase 2 This initiative for nonvolatile memory research aims at dealing with challenges of increasing needs for embedded memory with high density and low cost with power minimization NMTRI does this by View Details Open Networking Research Center The mission of ONRC is to create a comprehensive intellectual framework for SDN and develop deploy and support open source SDN tools and platforms to open up the Internet infrastructure for View Details Pervasive Parallelism Lab The PPL pools

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  • Affiliates | Engineering
    Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Affiliates Home Collaboration Affiliates TItle Secure Internet of Things Project The Secure Internet of Things Project researches fundamentally new better ways to secure the Internet of Things and make them easy to use The project seeks to answer three principal questions View Details Stanford Center for Image Systems Engineering The Stanford Center for Image Systems Engineering SCIEN is a partnership between the Stanford School of Engineering and technology companies developing imaging systems for the enhancement of human View Details Stanford Center for Position Navigation and Time Research at the SCPNT is aimed at vastly extending and expanding the benefits of GPS in society Researchers are exploring several techniques for supplementing the system s reach accuracy and View Details Stanford Computer Forum Affiliates Program Stanford Computer Forum is a cooperative venture of the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering departments and more than 100 companies in Silicon Valley the rest of the United States Asia and View Details Stanford Construction Institute The Stanford Construction Institute was launched in 1960 as one of Stanford s first Industrial Affiliate Programs to support enrichment of our Construction MS educational program by allowing us View Details Stanford Data Science Initiative The Stanford Data Science Initiative is a universitywide multidisciplinary organization with multiple goals to conduct fundamental research on novel data management and analytical techniques to View Details Stanford Energy 3 0 Stanford Energy 3 0 at Stanford University facilitates interactions between companies and other organizations and Stanford s faculty and graduate students across the full range of energy View Details Stanford Experimental Data Center Lab Affiliates Program The Stanford Experimental Data Center Lab affiliates program welcomes industry partners interested in developing and deploying networking computing and storage technologies Our group focuses on the View Details Stanford Photonics Research

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  • Affiliates | Engineering
    Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Affiliates Home Collaboration Affiliates TItle SUNCAT Center for Interface Science and Catalysis The SUNCAT SUstainable eNergy through CATalysis Center for Interface Science and Catalysis is a partnership between SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

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  • Join an Affiliate Program | Engineering
    Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Join an Affiliate Program Home Collaboration Join an Affiliate Program Last year more than 200 top companies reaped the benefits of membership in one of Stanford Engineering s many affiliates programs Affiliate programs in the School of Engineering have provided an avenue for industry to get involved with Stanford departments and faculty for 40 years Membership in an affiliate program provides companies with facilitated access to research programs faculty and students involved in topics of interest ranging from the specific to the interdisciplinary Corporate members can benefit from attending annual meetings and research symposia receiving topical reports and publications and conducting individual meeting with researchers In some instances member companies have opportunities to recruit students at targeted events From nanotechnology to social networking and clean tech to photonics our more than 30 affiliate programs cover a wide variety of industry areas Browse our list of affiliate programs to find the right one for your company For more information contact Mauricio Valencia Director of Corporate Relations 650

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  • Stanford Engineering Venture Fund | Engineering
    Fund Home Collaboration Stanford Engineering Venture Fund The partnership of Stanford Engineering and the venture capital community is legendary Together the two helped build Silicon Valley propelling technology transfer from lab to industry The Stanford Engineering Venture Fund SEVF created in 1985 and led by volunteer investment advisors has shown extraordinary results and ensured a steady stream of innovation innovators and tech transfer going forward By providing resources that allow the school to seize opportunities and build the infrastructure of research and teaching SEVF has made Stanford Engineering fearless in its pursuit of big ideas Proceeds from the SEVF have supported capital construction that has provided the entire school with 21st century facilities endowed professorships that have strengthened the underlying research enterprise endowed graduate fellowships that have trained the innovators and technology leaders of the future and seeded the Stanford Technology Ventures Program known throughout the world as a leader in entrepreneurship education The numbers Facilities 59 million Endowed Graduate Fellowships 45 5 million Endowed Professorships 32 million Entrepreneurship Programs 4 2 million As of July 2014 With the help of the SEVF Stanford Engineering will continue to develop technologies that will change the worlds of information technology medicine energy

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  • Recruit Students and Alumni
    Post a Job or Internship Recruit students Advertise jobs or internships with BEAM Stanford Career Education a website exclusive to Stanford Employers can recruit engineering students at no cost or opt for a fee based partnership BEAM has a new platform to connect students and employers it s called Handshake and it has replaced Cardinal Careers Recruit alumni Advertise on the Handshake career network There is no cost to use this service but registration is required Stanford alumni may recruit alumni thourgh the Stanford Alumni Association Recruit at Career Fairs There are a variety of career fairs held throughout the year For a full list and more information please see BEAM Career Fairs Computer Forum Recruiting Recruting top talent is one of many benefits of joining the Computer Forum which connects companies with more than 1 000 Stanford Computer Science or Electrical Engineering students The Computer Forum facilitates on campus interviews coordinates company information sessions hosts a bustling Career Fair posts job listings at member companies and more Schedule on campus Interviews Work with Handshake to schedule interviews with students during the fall and winter quarters for full time and intern summer positions Join an Affiliates Program Companies often join

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  • User account | Engineering
    of Innovation Info For Students Alumni Companies Faculty Staff Departments Aeronautics and Astronautics Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Management Science Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Log in Request new password

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  • Industry Collaborations
    Provide training to keep your team on the cutting edge Add an extra spark of innovation to your company Some common collaboration opportunities are listed below Affiliate Programs Your Window into Stanford Engineering Supported by corporate membership fees affiliate programs provide an avenue for industry to contribute to and sustain research and teaching in areas of interest Corporate membership in these programs provides access to research meetings symposia students and researchers Learn more about Stanford Engineering Affiliate Programs Gifts Invest in the future Last year more than 200 companies generously made donations to Stanford Engineering Companies may endow graduate fellowships and professorships offer scholarship support to students provide support to student groups name spaces on campus give to diversity initiatives or donate funds and equipment to labs departments and courses Sponsored Research Creatively address business challenges Companies that sponsor research at Stanford Engineering gain the opportunity to take advantage of state of the art facilities and labs or put the school s world class faculty researchers and students to work on a problem Hundreds of companies have partnered in sponsored research projects that tap Stanford Engineering s sponsored research opportunities and the resulting work not only benefits the affiliated companies

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