What is Industrial activities?

RajMadhavan ProfileThe Industrial Activities board is responsible for all industrial related matters and the growth of the industrial community within RAS, both by promoting the participation of industrial partners in current activities and thus creating more links with academics, and by proposing new actions beneficial to this community. This Board is composed of the Chair and four additional members appointed by the President in consultation with the Vice President for Industrial Activities.

Raj Madhavan

Vice President Industrial Activities

Institute for Systems Research, Univ. of Maryland,
College Park (MD), United States
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Martin Buehler

BuehlerVecna Technologies
Watertown (MA), United States

Torsten Kroeger

Google, CA, United States

Venkat Krovi

University of New York - Buffalo
Buffalo (NY), United States

Dana Kulic

University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Dong-Soo Kwon

KAIST
Daejeon, South Korea

Mario E. Munich

Evolutions Robotics
Sierra Madre (CA), United States

Hong Qiao

Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Science
Beijing, China

Nicola Tomatis

BlueBotics, SA
Lausanne (Vaud), Switzerland


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What type of industrial activities took place on the south side of Chicago in the 1930s?

A Virginia native named Cyrus McCormick migrated from Cincinnati to Chicago and brought with him a business enterprise, the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company was located between North Water Street and the Chicago River. The Illinois Central and Sears, Roebuck & Co. were also located in the south side of Chicago in the 1930s.