Ford Motor Company has been an innovator since it introduced its first Model A in 1903. The Ford-MIT Alliance, launched in 1998, is MIT’s longest running industry alliance. The alliance has funded more than 150 projects, which have led to improvements in safety, vehicle autonomy, enterprise modeling, energy storage, and powertrain efficiency.
The Ford-MIT Alliance welcomes proposals for collaborative research projects in many areas during its annual RFP process. For more information, please contact FordRFP@mit.edu
Ford Motor Company has been collaborating with MIT since 1998 under the Ford-MIT Research Alliance.
Ford invites interested MIT Principal Investigators to attend a Request For Proposals (RFP) presentation for the 2022-23 cycle.
WebEx info is below this note.
For technical/high level questions on the MIT alliance relationship, please contact Prof. Jonathan How (firstname.lastname@example.org) Co-director, Ford-MIT Alliance
For process/administrative/budget questions, please contact Suxin Hu (FordRFP@mit.edu)
Jonathan How, MIT
and Bala Chander, Ford-University Programs Manager
Date: Tue 2022-02-22 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM ET
Meeting number (access code): 2347 127 4341
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Co-Director, Ford–MIT Alliance
Richard Cockburn MacLaurin Professor
of Aeronautics and Astronautics