GE partners with #UD on high-tech future
You’ve probably noticed GE’s EPI-Center going up at the corner of Stewart Street and Patterson Boulevard. It stands for Electric Powered Integrated Systems Center. Inside the state-of-the-art labs, as many as 60 GE engineers will conduct world-class research on the next generation of military and civilian engines and the electrical systems that power them. All in collaboration with students from the University of Dayton’s Research Institute.
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