Joint Center for Aerospace Technology Innovation (JCATI)
The Joint Center for Aerospace Technology Innovation (JCATI), enacted by RCW 28B.155.010, was established in 2012 by the governor and legislature to support the aerospace industry in Washington State by:
- Pursuing joint industry-university research in new technologies that are relevant to aerospace firms;
- providing aerospace industry-focused research opportunities for engineering and computer science students at the University of Washington, Washington State University, and Washington’s other public four-year institutions of higher education, through assisting the development of internship programs and undergraduate and graduate student research opportunities that give students hands-on experience with aerospace firms;
- and in concert with aerospace firms and aerospace industry associations, identifying research needs and opportunities for technology transfer that benefit the State’s aerospace industry.
|Brad Lawrence||Industry (Large)||Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Esterline Corporation|
|Candis Claiborn||Higher Education||Dean and Professor, Washington State University|
|Tom McCarty||Organized Labor||President, SPEEA|
|Margaret McCormick||Industry (Small)||CEO/COO, Matrix Genetics/Targeted Growth, Inc.|
|Tad McGeer||Industry Association||President, Aerovel|
|Roger Myers||Industry (Medium)||Executive Director, Aerojet Redmond|
|Michael Bragg||Higher Education||Incoming Dean, University of Washington|
|Timothy Stevens||Chair||President, Triumph Composite Systems|
|Ken Yoshioka||Industry Association||Director (Technical Center), Toray Composites(America), Inc.|
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