Center for Reconfigurable Machine Systems: A Model Program
The Technology Interface: The Electronic Journal for Engineering Technology
The development of collaborative university-government-industry partnerships becomes increasingly important as universities and industries, alike, seek ways to offset rising costs associated with a number of new challenges, and as our nation seeks to increase their margin of technological advantage over international competitors. In this case study, a description of a partnership formed between The University of Michigan, several industrial organizations, and the US government is reported. In particular, this paper describes the establishment of The Center for Reconfigurable Machining Systems at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Original Publication Citation
Tomovic, C. (1999). Center for reconfigurable machine systems: A model program. The Technology Interface: The Electronic Journal for Engineering Technology, 3(3), 1-5. http://tiij.org/issues/issues/3_3/3_3tt2.html
Tomovic, Cynthia L., "Center for Reconfigurable Machine Systems: A Model Program" (1999). STEMPS Faculty Publications. 188.