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Title: The College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign


1
The College of Engineering at theUniversity of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Bruce Vojak
  • Andrew Alleyne
  • College of Engineering
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

2
Overview
  • The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • College of Engineering
  • Technical Expertise of Potential Interest to
    Parker
  • Intellectual Property Arrangements and Agreements
  • Question and Answer

3
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • A culture of interdisciplinary collaboration

National Center for Supercomputing Applications
(NCSA)
Institute for Genomic Biology
Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and
Technology
4
The College of Engineering atthe University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
5
Both breadth and depth
  • Thirteen academic units

6
An international reputation for excellence
  • Undergraduate program ranked 4th
  • 8 Aerospace
  • 3 Agricultural
  • 8 Chemical
  • 1 Civil
  • 5 Computer Engineering
  • 5 Computer Science
  • 4 Electrical
  • 4 Engineering Physics
  • 3 Environmental
  • 12 Industrial / Manufacturing
  • 2 Materials
  • 6 Mechanical
  • 8 Nuclear
  • Graduate program ranked 4th
  • 8 Aerospace
  • 8 Chemical
  • 1 Civil
  • 4 Computer Engineering
  • 5 Computer Science
  • 4 Electrical
  • 2 Environmental
  • 2 Materials
  • 6 Mechanical
  • 10 Nuclear
  • 9 Physics
  • 1 Condensed Matter / Low Temperature Physics

7
  • What areas of technical expertise at UIUC would
    be of potential research interest to Parker?
  • (selected topics)

8
Materials
  • Breadth and depth at UIUC
  • Centers of Excellence
  • Beckman Institute
  • Materials Science Department (1 in U.S.)
  • Mechanical Science and Engineering
  • NanoCEMMS
  • Development of novel and new materials.
  • Metals, polymers, ceramics.
  • Several patented materials.

Autonomic Materials Group at Beckman S.
White-Project Leader
9
Materials
  • Example
  • Leverage expertise in nano-particles
  • Incorporate acoustic damping particles within
    metal matrix.
  • Quieter components?
  • Pumps/Motors
  • Relevant Parker Groups
  • Aerospace
  • Hydraulics
  • Fluid Connectors

10
Fluid Mechanics
  • Breadth and Depth at UIUC
  • Experimental and computational expertise.
  • Invented PIV
  • R. Adrian (TAM)
  • and m-PIV
  • Computational Science and Engineering (CSE)
    Program
  • Faculty codes in Fluent and other commercial
    programs.
  • S.P. Vanka

Heart Valve Flow Visualization
K. Christensen
11
Fluid Mechanics
  • Example
  • Experimental and computational fluid mechanics
  • Interrogation of flow within pumps.
  • Computational analysis of cavitation.
  • Visualization of cavitation flow within a pump
  • Relevant Parker Groups
  • Aerospace
  • Hydraulics
  • Climate Industrial Controls

S. P. Vanka
12
Filtration
  • The Center of Advanced Materials for the
    Purification of Water with Systems.
  • NSF Center http//www.watercampws.uiuc.edu/
  • The mission of The WaterCAMPWS is to develop
    revolutionary new materials and systems for
    safely and economically purifying water for human
    use.
  • Technological Goal is to develop
  • new materials (membranes, disinfectants,
    catalysts, sorbents, filters and associated
    processes)
  • material treatments (coatings, particles,
    chemical transformations)
  • chemical and biological processes.
  • Use them in new cost-effective, energy-efficient,
    scalable and adaptable systems.

13
Filtration
  • High Permeability supports for a mesoporous
    membranes.
  • Multiple aspects of filtration related to water.
  • Desalination and Reuse
  • Decontamination
  • Disinfection
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Chemistry, Materials Science, Biology,
  • Mechanics, Physics.
  • Relevant Parker Groups
  • Filtration

J.A. Lewis
14
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
  • Breadth and Depth at UIUC
  • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Center
  • Initiated in 1988 http//acrc.me.uiuc.edu/
  • One of 2 or 3 centers nationwide for Air
    Conditioning and Refrigeration.
  • All fields Heat Transfer, Thermodynamics,
    Tribology, Fluid Mechanics (experimental and
    computational), Instrumentation, Controls.
  • gt15 faculty involved from multiple departments.
  • Properties. Viscosities, vapor pressures, and
    densities of refrigerant-lubricant mixtures and
    refrigerant blends.
  • Processes. Local heat transfer and pressure drop,
    frosting, controls, tribology, and oil
    circulation.
  • Components. Evaporators, condensers, capillary
    tubes, orifice tubes, suction-line heat
    exchangers, insulation, and flexible refrigerant
    tubing.

15
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
  • Example
  • Diagnostics/Instrumentation coupled with
    computational tools, and materials people.
  • Smart wireless seals or connectors for
    distributed diagnosis of large ACR systems?
  • RF-ID type embedded sensors.
  • Relevant Parker Groups
  • Climate Industrial Controls
  • Aerospace
  • Fluid Connectors
  • Instrumentation
  • Seals

Thermosys
16
Dynamical Systems and Controls
  • gt25 faculty on campus working in the area of
    Dynamical Systems and Controls
  • Tremendous breadth and depth.
  • Communications and Controls.
  • E.g. Wireless for monitoring, decision-making,
    and control.
  • Distributed sensing and sensor networks.
  • Multi body dynamics
  • Novel sensors
  • Fluid Power

H. Dankowicz
Mambo Multibody Toolbox
17
Dynamical Systems and Controls
  • Example
  • Distributed networks of wired and wireless
    automation modules.
  • Electromechanical or Electropneumatic or
    Electrohydraulic.
  • Relevant Parker Groups
  • Aerospace
  • Automation
  • Hydraulics
  • Instrumentation

18
Typical Sponsored Research Terms
  • Publication
  • UIUC can publish with Companys time-limited
    prior review
  • Confidentiality
  • Company information is protected through
    confidentiality agreements with UIUC researchers
  • Intellectual Property (IP) Ownership
  • UIUC owns IP developed at UIUC under sponsored
    research if company employees are co-inventors,
    then the resulting IP is jointly owned
  • Patenting Decisions and Control
  • UIUC will disclose to Company new IP developed
    under sponsored research in a timely manner
    Company can ask UIUC to file, at company expense

19
Typical Sponsored Research Terms
  • Commercial Rights in IP developed under agreement
  • Free, internal, research-use rights to Company
  • Option to negotiate commercial, royalty-bearing
    license
  • Depending on circumstances, a non-exclusive,
    royalty-free commercial license can be made
    available
  • In any exclusive license, UIUC reserves rights
    for internal research uses
  • Existing Background IP (BIP)
  • BIP of either party needed for a project is
    identified up-front
  • Company receives
  • an internal research use right to UIUC BIP, and
  • if available, an option to negotiate a
    non-exclusive, royalty-bearing commercial license
    to UIUC BIP, if UIUC BIP is required to make
    commercial use of UIUC IP

20
Typical Intellectual Property License Terms
  • Up-front fee to university (includes patent
    costs)
  • Royalty on sales, with annual minimum payment
  • If exclusive, terms include
  • Due diligence milestones
  • Sublicensing rights

21
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