Buehler Motor Named Exclusive Sponsor of MESCON 2011

University of Evansville to Receive Boost from Buehler to Hold Its Annual Mathematics, Engineering and Science Conference

 

MORRISVILLE, N.C. (November 18, 2010) — Buehler Motor, Inc., a global company focused on the development and production of technically challenging mechatronic drive solutions, today announced its exclusive sponsorship of the University of Evansville’s MESCON (Mathematics, Engineering, and Science CONference).

 

Established in 2005, MESCON is an annual competitive, multidisciplinary, academic event open to participating universities and designed to promote undergraduate research in the fields of mathematics, engineering and science. Held in the spring on the University of Evansville campus, the conference provides a vehicle for students to present published project results that will enhance their graduate program and employment opportunities.

 

MESCON call for papers is now open and a deadline for abstracts is Jan. 28, 2011. Acceptance notification will be held on Feb. 11, 2011. The conference sponsored by Buehler Motor will be on March 26, 2011. Additional submission and event information is available at http://csserver.evansville.edu/mescon/.

 

“We are privileged to have a global company such as Buehler Motor as the exclusive supporter of our annual MESCON academic conference,” said Dick Blandford, department chair, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Evansville. “It’s clear that Buehler Motor recognizes the importance of undergraduate research and inspiring students to pursue further education or careers in mathematics, engineering or scientific fields.”

 

“Providing support for UE’s MESCON gives Buehler Motor an opportunity to strengthen our mission to provide technically challenging solutions to our customers,” said Bob Riedford, president and general manager of Buehler Motor, Inc. “In order for us to achieve our promise, we rely on our R&D process with engineers that we actively engage at the academic level and employ from the country’s most prestigious schools.”

 

The University of Evansville

 

Founded in 1854, the University of Evansville is a fully-accredited, independent university offering a firm foundation in the liberal arts and sciences combined with strong professional programs. Accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges & Schools, the University is dedicated to active learning and scholarship, and adopts a global view in its programs and its vision. The University supports 80 academic areas of study and a full range of degree programs, including five masters-level programs, and a Doctorate-level program in physical therapy. Located in the city of Evansville in southwestern Indiana, the University has a full-time enrollment of 2,497 students for the 2010-11 academic year. Diversity is a hallmark of the student body, which currently represents 45 states and 46 countries.