2019 new ventures as Romax signs MOU with University of Nottingham

The year has begun with exciting new ventures for Romax Technology that include the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the company and the University of Nottingham.

The partnership will look at identifying collaborative projects focussed on the mathematics and physics of electrical and mechanical systems. Importantly, it will look at the development of a deepening of knowledge within this area, the systems and how they work together, between the two parties.

‘This MOU is significant in further strengthening our relationship with the University of Nottingham. We are proud to combine our proven real-world technology applications with the University’s excellent research resource to further future technological advancement.’ Youn Park, Global Head of Aerospace, Romax Technology.

Professor Chris Gerada, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Industrial Strategy, Business Engagement and Impact at the University of Nottingham said: “This partnership will strengthen the University’s ties with Romax through collaborative research programmes and it is the culmination of having worked closely over the past few years on a variety of projects.”

The development of research and technological advancement within an electro-mechanical system and knowledge of creating a holistic system is crucial to many global industries in the automotive and aerospace markets. Understanding the interactions between electrical and mechanical systems through simulation, multi-physics and data sciences allows companies to innovate in providing solutions to industry that are safer and more sustainable.

Romax has worked with the University of Nottingham since its inception, some thirty years ago, and moved to the Triumph Road University of Nottingham Innovation Park five years ago based on their strong links.