Sandia National Laboratories is a world-class research & development community that delivers on national security missions while advancing the frontiers of science and engineering.
Georgia Institute of Technology is one of Sandia’s Academic Alliance schools. These schools work with Sandia to: solve big problems, sustain and engage human capital, and accelerate adoption of new technology. The research partnership allows Georgia Tech faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and students the opportunity to collaborate with researchers and leverage Sandia capabilities.
Georgia Tech has 12 core research areas. A number of technical areas that intersect Sandia’s identified research challenges and Georgia Tech’s Integrated Research Topics have been identified to be of mutual interest, including:
- Energy and Grid Security
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Data Science
- Cyber Security
- Electronics, Microsystems, and Nanotechnology
Doing Business with Sandia
Sandia National Laboratories uses a variety of agreement mechanisms to develop new partnerships with industry, state and local government, and universities. Goals of the partner/sponsor, coupled with funding sources for the agreement and Sandia’s strategic business objectives, are used to determine the most appropriate partnering mechanism.
Existing partnering mechanisms in place:
✓ Base NDA
✓ Master Purchase Order Agreement