GE Aviation EPISCENTER.
Imagination at Work.
It's rare for a global company to build a research center on a college campus, but GE Aviation doesn't think small. Neither does the University of Dayton.
In 2013, GE Aviation opened the $51 million GE Aviation Electrical Power Integrated Systems Center on campus. In the lab, University of Dayton researchers and students will work side by side with GE Aviation scientists and engineers to create new advanced electrical power technologies such as new power systems for aircraft, longer-range electric cars and smarter utility power grids for more efficient delivery of electricity.
This center stands as a testament to what imagination — and collaboration — can accomplish. In the higher education landscape nationally, this innovative partnership is a model for the future.