Texas Computing’s world-class research attracts investments from many of the top companies and philanthropic organizations in the world. Collaborating on cutting-edge projects, these industry-academia partnerships are spurring advances in computing while training the next-generation of leaders.
Plugging into our diverse student body and rich computing research ecosystem begins with a conversation. Select one of the units on the right to find your contact, and be assured that no matter where you start, our corporate relations staff will ensure that all of your interests are engaged even when those interests involve multiple schools and departments.
With leading thinkers at all levels of the system and software stack, Texas Computing researchers are a powerful source of innovation for industry and government partners. Below is a short sampling of just a few of the ways that our partners can unlock the creative potential of Texas Computing.
Tap into the full strength of our research infrastructure by investing in research that has a direct impact on outcomes for your organization while simultaneously advancing fundamental problems in science and engineering.
Get engaged with the core robotics researchers at UT, broad exposure to the full range of our robotics research, a platform for sharing your business challenges, and access to top robotics graduate student talent from computer science, computer engineering, aerospace engineering, and mechanical engineering. »
The Systems Research fosters close relationships between university researchers, faculty, and graduate students in systems-related fields such as data centers, distributed systems, operating systems, and networks. »
An interdisciplinary center for research and education at The University of Texas at Austin promoting technical innovation, imagination and entrepreneurship in wireless networking, communications and data sciences, with an emphasis on industrial relevance. »
RCOE is a powerful engine for robotics research and development that focuses on issues of fundamental research while providing capabilities to transition that research through the development cycle to functional prototypes. RCOE invites collaboration with government and industry partners. »
Tap Into Student Talent
Texas Computing holds an unmatched pool of talented students eager to bring their energy and expertise to your company. We offer a number of ways to meet and recruit our students.
Friends of Computer Science builds on the traditional career fairs and job boards by providing partners with robust networking and engagement opportunities with more than 2,200 students from our top-ten ranked computer science department. »
Recruit top tech talent in Electrical and Computer Engineering. With access to more than 2200 undergraduate and graduate students in a top-10 ranked program, investing in multiple touchpoints with targeted groups of students throughout the semester is recommended to boost your brand on campus. »
Texas Computing is a committed advocate for the full engagement of women in the field of computing. We invite interested corporate partners to work with us to advance this cause by supporting our various Women in Computing initiatives. »
Texas Computing is committed to supporting and advocating for the full engagement and empowerment of underrepresented groups in the field of computing. The department seeks to advance the cause by recruiting, retaining, and educating a more diverse student population and supporting and celebrating a diverse and inclusive culture and community. »
Examples of past giving that support Texas Computing
National Instruments Student Project Center
Enabled by a $10 million gift from James Truchard, co-founder, president and CEO of National Instruments Corp., the National Instruments Student Project Center provides undergraduate students with 23,000 square feet of space in which to design and build everything from solar cars to biomedical sensors.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Computer Science Complex and Dell Computer Science Hall
The $120 million facility opened in February 2013. It consists of 140,000 square feet of classrooms, offices and labs in two LEED certified buildings. The north building, named Dell Computer Science Hall, is conjoined with the Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Science, which comprises over 200 faculty and researchers in computer science and its areas of application.
Support Texas Computing
A gift to Texas Computing supports the university's diverse student body and world-class computing research eorts at the University. Target your contribution by department or project or support the initiative as a whole.