Partnerships with companies – from entrepreneurial startups to multinational corporations – are a critical ingredient in achieving the greatest possible impact for our research, our current students, and our graduates. They also are a terrific vehicle for bringing together top talent with leading companies.
To get started, please connect with the Office of Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations. A specific contact in that office is Sacha Patera and Ben Kim from the office of Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations.
Please also browse the School of Engineering and Applied Science faculty directory for particular research expertise.
Learn more about Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership, the corporate affiliates program for research in energy and the environment.
Take advantage of the shared facilities at the Princeton Materials Institute:
The Imaging and Analysis Center offers state-of-the-art microscopy, expert staff, and a uniquely engineered building that together create one of the most advanced atomic and molecular imaging facilities in the world.
The Micro/Nano Fabrication Lab offers more than 10,000 square feet of clean room space for precision fabrication at the nanometer scale.
For licensing opportunities, please visit the Office of Technology Licensing.
Recruit talented students at the annual Science and Technology Job Fair.
Throughout the year, numerous events offer opportunities to connect with researchers and students. In particular, be sure to attend the Keller Center’s annual Innovation Forum (held each year in February) and the Dean for Research Office’s annual Celebrate Princeton Invention (held each year in November).
The Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership, administered by the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, also offers myriad opportunities to connect with students with expertise in energy and the environment.