The PTI Economic Development Partnership Program enhances economic growth in the state and enables collaboration between Indiana’s private sector and PTI. This program originated under the leadership of then-Governor Mitch Daniels and has been carried on by PTI since.
Participants in the PTI Economic Development Partnership Program should be one of the following:
- An enterprise or business, located fully or substantially within Indiana, and registered or incorporated in the state
- A researcher at Indiana University, doing translational research (defined as work based on previous documented basic research, and aimed at developing commercially viable technology)
Private sector partnerships
- Time on IU supercomputers or cloud computing systems
- Opportunities to collaborate with IU advanced computing experts
We want to work with you to enhance your capabilities, not do work and deliver results back to you.
This should be obvious, but we’re providing resources for your company to use. Use by other third parties or resale of computing time is not permitted.
Private sector partners are asked to submit brief updates (no more than one page). At the end, we also require either a final report on how this partnership benefitted your company or a joint technical publication with PTI staff. These reports must be public, but they can be designed so they divulge no competitively sensitive information.
Potential private sector partners can request resources through this program using the form below.