NSF IUCRC Webinar Series

Hosted by Iowa State and UIDP


Wednesdays, July 25th, 2018 – May, 2019 • 1 – 2 PM ET

Iowa State University (ISU) and UIDP are hosting a new webinar series supported by The National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Industry University Cooperative Research Centers (IUCRC) Program.

During each webinar session, leading researchers from the various sites will provide a brief overview of the current R&D efforts followed by an open discussion period where attendees can ask questions of the presenters.

Registration is free.

Join us and learn more about the following participating centers:

Date IUCRC Webinar
July 25

Center for Arthropod Management Technologies Site (CAMTech)
Aug 8
Multi-functional Integrated System Technology (MIST)
Sept. 5
Center for Advanced Research in Drying (CARD)
Oct. 10 Center for Advanced Design and Manufacturing of Integrated Microfluidics (CADMIM)
Nov. 7Center for Bioplastics and Biocomposites (CB2)
Dec. 12 Dual site presentation: WindSTAR and GRAPES
March 27Center for Atomically Thin Multifunctional Coatings (ATOMIC)
April 17Center for the Science of Heterogeneous Additive Printing of 3D Materials (SHAP3D)

*All webinars are at 1pm ET.

The goal of this series is to help centers:

  • Better communicate their value to companies that could benefit from joining the center.
  • Share information with industries and the general public on participating in the center’s collaborative research capabilities.
  • Raise awareness about the IUCRC program and catalyze greater university-industry collaboration.

Iowa State University and UIDP have secured an NSF award to host a series of informational webinars on current NSF IUCRC sites. The purpose of this webinar series is to give interested participants a simple way to learn about the current research and development thrusts of these centers and learn how potential partners can participate through formal engagement.

For those unable to attend the webinar, all sessions will be recorded for future viewing. Participation is free.

Learn more about the NSF’s IUCRC Program.