Solving real-world problems and providing hands-on learning and research opportunities for students. Made possible by funding of $25k from Lake Region Medical, that’s what the college is doing in partnership with Integer. Over the course of one year, UTC and Integer will work on a polyimide curing project. The project team is led by Associate Dean Michael Danquah and Assistant Professor Soubantika Palchoudhury. Together with UTC chemical engineering students, they will work alongside site engineers at Integer. In addition to solving a real-world problem, students will learn about commercial-scale manufacturing polyimide for medical application.
Integer is a leader in advanced medical device outsourcing. Our story is one filled with 70 years of industry-changing innovations and exemplary manufacturing. It’s a legacy we are proud of as we continue to provide customers with unparalleled expertise, innovation and manufacturing excellence.
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