In the dynamic landscape of technology, collaboration is the key to staying at the forefront of innovation. At the School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences (CDIS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, we recognize the transformative power of industry partnerships in driving progress and shaping the future. 

Igniting Innovation Through Strategic Partnership

Why Partner with CDIS?

Recruit Top Tech Talent

Unleash the potential of tomorrow’s tech leaders and harness our talent pool. Connect with the brightest minds in tech through recruitment events and student engagements, ensuring your company benefits from a constant stream of skilled individuals.

Capstone Projects for Real-World Solutions

Fuel your business growth by collaborating on capstone projects with our students. These projects provide a unique perspective on your current challenges, offering innovative solutions and fostering a dynamic learning environment for our students.

Collaborative Research for Impact

Position your company at the forefront of groundbreaking research by partnering with UW-Madison and CDIS. Together, we advance research that delivers impact in vital business areas, ensuring you stay ahead in an evolving, technology-driven market.

Leverage Centers of Excellence

Harness the expertise of our top centers of excellence, aligned with industry needs and market trends. Benefit from insights and advancements in computing, AI, and technology entrepreneurship, propelling your company toward sustained success.

Let's Shape the Future Together

By joining forces with CDIS, you not only contribute to the advancement of key technologies but also play a pivotal role in shaping the future workforce. Together, we can create a synergy that drives innovation, fosters growth, and ensures a competitive edge in the fast-paced world of technology. 

Contact Justin Hines, Director of Corporate Relations, to discuss partnership opportunities.

Contact Justin

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