ND Expands Research Collaborations

Author: Daily Domer Staff


Brandi Klingerman | December 31, 2016


With record highs over the past two years in research funding and a University-wide commitment to growing its research programs, the University of Notre Dame is continuing to expand its research collaborations with new partners, while also considering the needs of industry.

In recent months, Notre Dame has signed several new research agreements, including:

  • The creation of a renewable energy program in South Africa and Uganda delivering clean, affordable electricity to promote business and entrepreneurship in partnership with Accenture and Lenovo.
  • An agreement with America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute to work with their industry membership to advance technology in additive manufacturing.
  • A strategic partnership with ANSYS to engage in collaborative research activities relating to turbomachinery and general computational methods.
  • Participation in the Army Research Laboratory’s Open Campus program to conduct joint research projects that are of mutual interest to the Army and Notre Dame.
  • A partnership to support USAID impact evaluations in Honduras out of an activity implemented by Dexis Consulting Group.

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Originally published by Daily Domer Staff at dailydomer.nd.edu on December 30, 2016.