The longstanding relationship between the University of Sheffield and Siemens has already generated valuable and diverse projects. Continued involvement is strengthening ties and developing work in new fields, channelling innovative research into pioneering solutions for today’s global challenges.
Siemens and the University of Sheffield have worked closely together to lay the groundwork for an innovative and collaborative future.
The principal structure of Siemens are Industry, Energy, Healthcare (Siemens Healthineers), and Infrastructure & Cities.
AMRC & Siemens
The relationship with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre and Siemens demonstrates how we're solve real world problems with real world impact.
Digital Innovation Zone
The Digital Innovation Zone (DIZ) will improve the student experience and strengthen collaboration among Siemens, the University of Sheffield and the South Yorkshire Region in order to create a better, more digitalised sector.
Careers and recruitment
Companies don’t move the world forward, people do. We're providing Siemens with the best and brightest graduates they'll need to drive the future of industry.
Collaboration in action
Long-term partnerships can deliver solutions for tomorrow's industry. Our work with Siemens-Gamesa Renewable Energy has lowered the levelized cost of offshore wind energy.
Why are university partnerships important?
Adam Cartwright, Head of Internet of Things Applications at Siemens discusses the importance our partnership.
Siemens: A special partnership
Professor Jim Litster, Vice President for the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Sheffield explains why our Siemens partnership is so special.
Why are industrial partnerships important?
Dr. Sarah Want, the University of Sheffield's Director of Partnerships and Regional Engagement, discusses why the institution needs industrial partners.