The Advanced Technology Innovation Center (ATIC) is where people, ideas and resources connect to make new and unique things happen.
ATIC is a gateway to collaborations with IRA A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and ASU faculty and students. We facilitate innovative solutions for our external partners. ATIC can help you move a unique idea forward through collaboration of our programs such as Corporate Innovation Collaboratories, federal grants and contract opportunities, small and medium business innovation center or help improve experiences of our students by engaging in impactful projects here and abroad.
Salt River Project (SRP) and the Advanced Technology Innovation Center (ATIC) at ASU's Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering at Polytechnic Campus expanded their partnership into its fourth year to further innovative research related to conservation/sustainability and renewable energy. The program under ATIC’s Conservation and Renewable Energy Collaboratory (CREC) will award over $475,000 for ten projects over the 2015-2016 year. The research pool of principal investigators comes from the Polytechnic and Tempe campuses.
The 122nd ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition in Seattle has awarded Dr. Rim Razzouk as lead author of the paper entitled, “The Impact of Educators’ Training in Photovoltaic Solar Energy in Developing Countries,” along with co-authors Dr. Anshuman Razdan and Dr. Ambika Adhikari.
Arizona State University’s Advanced Technology Innovation Center (ATIC) has been awarded a two year contract from the Inter-American Development Bank(IDB) and the Government of Barbados as part of the Competency Based Training Fund (CBTF) program. ASU joined forces with two local educational institutions, the Barbados Community College (BCC) and the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic (SJPP), and Williams Evergreen Limited in Barbados. The training will provide capacity building and technical assistance on solar photovoltaic energy systems.
Arizona State University’s Advanced Technology Innovation Center (ATIC) conducted a technical workshop in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso for the certification of solar PV technicians in West Africa from April 13 – 15, 2015. The project aims to create the administrative and technical framework for a regional certification program for installers and technicians of solar photovoltaic (PV) energy systems in all 15 West African countries.
ATIC, at Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, conducted a two-week educator’s workshop on sustainable energy for faculty, instructors and trainers from 3 Caribbean countries in Kingston, Jamaica