MIT Corporate Relations aids and directs companies interested in multidisciplinary involvement with the Institute. Its expert staff works with MIT senior administration, faculty, and company executives to structure and define individualized alliances that mutually benefit the company and MIT.
Meeting at MIT (with faculty or research staff member, per hour)
Meeting at MIT (with graduate student, per hour-points assigned to advisor)
Videoconference / visual presentation via video, per hour
Meetings at company (half day -- non-local)
Meetings at company (full day - more than 4 hours)
Executive research briefing/formal presentation (at MIT)
Report of on or off campus meeting with ILP member company, not arranged by OCR/ILP
Conference/seminar presentation (more than 45 minutes)
Conference/seminar presentation (less than 45 minutes)
Conference Poster Presenter
International Conference event (organized by ILP - full day)
Papers: recent working paper, technical memo, or technical report (not published)
Expertise and research project description updates (KnowledgeBase updates)
CV with publication list
Each Industrial Program Director (PD) maintains a portfolio of company relationships for which he/she is responsible. Generally these company portfolios are geographically diverse and focused along industry/ technology lines. PDs are responsible for understanding their companies’ interests and developing activities that link those companies with the faculty most relevant.
Each PD also serves as a liaison between the OCR and one or more Schools or Departments of the Institute. Working with the Deans, PDs provide support for development projects that are School priorities (see schedule below).