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Company Overview of Lawrence Technological University
Lawrence Technological University is an educational institution.
21000 W 10 Mile Rd
Southfield, MI 48075-1051
Founded in 1932
Key Executives for Lawrence Technological University
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
Chair of Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and Communication
Chair of Natural Sciences Department
Vice President for University Advancement
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Lawrence Technological University Key Developments
Lawrence Technological University Expands in Detroit
Oct 29 15
Lawrence Technological University officials plan to open their new Midtown Detroit center, paving the way for the Southfield-based school to introduce a broad range of students and programs to the city. The new center at 4219 Woodward Ave. will feature Detroit-based design courses and outreach programs in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. There will also be exhibition space for the presentation of contemporary ideas in architecture and design and a new design incubator that will help entrepreneurs turn their design-based ideas into new businesses. The LTU center will be the anchor tenant of the building. Other tenants will include Invest Detroit, AIA Michigan, AIA Detroit, the Urban Land Institute of Detroit, and the local chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects.
Johnson Controls Announces Partnership with Lawrence Technological University
May 12 15
Johnson Controls Inc. has partnered with Lawrence Technological University to test and develop battery systems in vehicles. Johnson Controls and Lawrence Technological University has unveiled the new Johnson Controls Vehicle Engineering Systems Lab, including a dynamometer. A dynamometer is used to test vehicles in different controlled driving environments and accelerates understanding of how best to manage battery energy and power transfer in the vehicle. The technology can improve fuel economy and emissions by up to 8%. The company's 48-volt Micro Hybrid system, which gets up to 15% fuel economy, is also part of the R&D with LTU. The partnership, which began in 2014, also focuses on developing the next generation of engineers by involving them in the research projects and teaming them with LTU faculty and Johnson Controls technical experts.
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