DOE Announces Technologist in Residence Program
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 18, 2016 — The United States Department of Energy (DOE) has announced the second round of funding for its Technologist in Residence program, providing up to $2.3 million to support collaboration between national laboratories and manufacturers.
The relationship lasts for up to two years, addressing identified challenges in industry-relevant technologies such as advanced controls in smart manufacturing and R&D, enhancing clean energy manufacturing or reducing energy intensity.
In addition, a council of technologists will function as a network across the national lab system to promote lab resources and help form partnerships. The council will also provide feedback for best practices or relationship building.
For more information regarding the DOE’s Technologist in Residence program and how to apply, visit www.energy.gov.
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