GE Global Research

Making aircraft engines more efficient. Powering the world with flexible gas turbines. Crunching big data. Pioneering the Industrial Internet. Creating greener ground transportation. Refining medical imaging for the future. GE Global Research has served as the cornerstone of GE innovation for more than a century. Currently, more than 3,000 of the world’s brightest scientists, engineers and researchers are working together to deliver technical breakthroughs for GE customers.

In seven state-of-the art facilities around the world, GE Global Research is applying expertise in fields from electronics to chemistry, biosciences to computing, metallurgy to fluid mechanics, materials to imaging—and many more—against the world’s toughest challenges. Scientists at our largest site, in Niskayuna, collaborate with colleagues in Bangalore, Shanghai, Munich, Rio de Janeiro, San Ramon and Oklahoma City to invent better ways to build, connect, cure, move and power the world.

Going Further: Changing the Airline Industry Beyond the Aircraft

Thursday, October 4, 2018 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
New York, NY 10027
United States

Columbia Data Science Institute Industry Innovation Seminars

Dr. Paul Ardis, Research Mission Leader at GE Global Research

Analytics are opening up new possibilities in the aviation sector as we think beyond the airplane during flight. Putting together GE’s expertise in AI for manufacturing and service with airline passenger analytics and intelligent supply chains, we are working towards a future where efficiency and agility is realized to maximize efficiency and minimize disruption.

How the New Availability of Urban and Industrial Data are Impacting Our World from Public Safety to Jet Engines

Thursday, May 11, 2017 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Schapiro Hall (CEPSR) 750 (Costa Engineering Commons)
Columbia University
New York, NY 10027
United States

Columbia Data Science Institute Industry Innovation Seminars

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Peter Marx, Vice President, Advanced Projects, GE Digital, Adjunct Professor, USC

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