The Notre Dame Turbomachinery Laboratory (NDTL) focuses on new technologies that are of direct relevance to an array of public and private partners that includes the City of South Bend and the State of Indiana. Our partners have been instrumental in the development of the recently completed $36 million research facility in South Bend, IN. The new NDTL is the nation’s foremost research and testing facility for a wide range of applications that involve turbomachinery technology. Equipped with capabilities for the development of rotating machinery that requires high power levels and related specialized support, NDTL studies and tests components of gas turbine engines and other industrial equipment. This research aims to benefit the development of commercial and military aircraft, power plants, and the oil and gas industries.
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Private philanthropy is an important part of the NDTL model of sustainability. Gifts of all sizes are directed to a wide range of purposes, including innovative faculty research, graduate fellowships, undergraduate research experiences, emerging technologies and critical infrastructure.
To discuss your personal interests and how they might fit with the NDTL's priorities, please contact Jay McAllister, Notre Dame Research Academic Advancement Program Director, at 574-631-9764 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To give directly, please click here.