Critical Manufacturing will receive 2015 recognition award at annual Day of FEUP
Critical Manufacturing will be honored with the recognition award at the 'Day of FEUP' by the Faculty of Engineering at University of Porto (FEUP)
On January 13, during the ceremony at the annual 'Day of FEUP', Francisco Almada-Lobo will receive the award granted by the FEUP's Department of Informatics Engineering.
The initiative once again distinguishes companies with close ties to the Faculty of Engineering and whose cooperation has been crucial in running research projects and establishing industrial partnerships.
Among the other companies honored this year are: Berd, Bosch Termotecnologia,CUF Químicos Industriais S.A., EDP Renováveis, S.A., Farfetch, Galp Energia, Zollern.
The FEUP Day is held annually to acknowledge a key institutional role of the Engineering Faculty in the economic development of the city and the country, by recognizing the professional and personal success of students, teachers and researchers who constitute the 'Community FEUP'. The celebrations aim to strengthen the spirit of academic community.
For more information about the program and registration visit Dia da FEUP.
Critical Manufacturing Deutschland GmbH
Critical Manufacturing provides manufacturers in highly-complex environments with a modular, scalable manufacturing execution and intelligence system that enables users to flexibly address market demands, increase efficiency, and bolster reliability across the supply chain while lowering TCO. The company is part of the Critical Group, a private group of companies founded in 1998 to provide solutions for mission- and business-critical information systems. For more information, please visit www.criticalmanufacturing.de or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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