Siemens helps fund engineering programs at Georgia Tech

Siemens Energy & Automation, Alpharetta, Ga., presented Georgia Tech with a check for $105,000 as a down payment toward a five-year commitment to support undergraduate and graduate programs in the mechanical engineering and computer and electrical engineering departments. The program will fund Siemens Fellowships for graduate students and supply advanced control technology equipment from Siemens.

Siemens Energy & Automation, Alpharetta, Ga., presented Georgia Tech with a check for $105,000 as a down payment toward a five-year commitment to support undergraduate and graduate programs in the mechanical engineering and computer and electrical engineering departments. The program will fund “Siemens Fellowships” for graduate students and supply advanced control technology equipment from Siemens. From left to right are Siemens university liaison, Christian Callegar; Steven Danyluk, director, Ga. Tech's Manufacturing Research Center; Siemens Vice President Reinhold Achatz and Ward Winer, chairman of the School of Mechanical Engineering.

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