Benefits to Industry include:

  1. Access to the latest scientific research developments
  2. Access to state-of-the-art computing facilities
  3. Active participation in the educational process
  4. Access to the expertise of faculty members who can help identify and solve critical problems
  5. Access to bright, energetic students
  6. The opportunity to identify and help train potential future employees who can then make immediate, valuable contributions in the workplace

Benefits to the University include:

  1. The identification of new areas of research with relevance to technical and societal issues
  2. An increase in graduate and undergraduate enrollment

Benefits to Students include:

  1. Real-life problem-solving experience
  2. Professional development in a professional setting
  3. Development of communication skills crucial for the workplace
  4. Summer and post-graduate employment opportunities
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