Robert L. Nida has joined the Indiana Next Generation Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC) as its education and workforce development director, effective April 17.
Purdue's portion of a five-year public-private collaboration is under way with the groundbreaking of the Indiana Manufacturing Institute, where researchers will work to improve composite materials manufacturing and to advance energy-saving technologies.
The College of Technology is leading Purdue University's efforts as partner in a new advanced manufacturing institute focused on digital manufacturing.
The Indiana Next Generation Manufacturing Competitiveness Center - IN-MaC - is accepting applications for its initial program involving technology adoption.
Led by Purdue's colleges of Technology and Engineering and Krannert School of Management, IN-MaC works to attract, retain and grow high-value manufacturing industries in Indiana.