Danfoss has made a $100,000 contribution to Florida State University’s engineering research in aerodynamics and magnetic technology.
The contribution comes from Danfoss Turbocor Compressors and The Mads Clausen Foundation, an organization formed in Denmark in 1960 by the founder of Danfoss Mads Clausen that, among other functions, provides financial support to universities and other institutes of higher education for research, development, and teaching purposes within technology and natural science.
“Innovation is deeply embedded in our core at Danfoss, and we believe it is through innovation that we can continue to push the boundaries of energy efficiency,” said Ricardo Schneider, president of Danfoss Turbocor Compressors. “We have tremendous potential opportunities for collaboration with Florida State University, and this mutually beneficial partnership will continue to support the growth and development of new innovative solutions to further improve energy efficiency in the field of aerodynamics, power electronics, and magnetic technologies through FSU’s world-class laboratories and researchers.”
The contribution was presented on December 7 to Dr. Gary Ostrander, vice president for research at Florida State University, by Schneider and Jurgen Fischer, president of the cooling segment at Danfoss. The day prior a groundbreaking ceremony was held for the company’s new Engineering Tomorrow Application Development Center in Tallahassee, FL.