Grantek Hosting PLC Workshop for Engineering Students at Cleveland State University
February 13, 2020
On February 28, 2020, Grantek engineers will be on the campus of Cleveland State University in Cleveland, OH delivering an interactive PLC workshop for engineering students. This workshops will provide a hands-on learning experience for students. Grantek staff will introduce practical scenarios and discuss how PLCs work within a manufacturing environment, then work directly with the students on applied exercises.
This workshop is the fourth in a series of PLC workshops Grantek has delivered at universities across North America. These events provide Grantek engineers a chance to share their insight with engineering students who are looking to grow their practical knowledge.
Founded in 1964, Cleveland State University is a public research institution with 17,000-plus students, 10 colleges and schools and more than 175 academic programs. The dynamic campus is in the heart of downtown Cleveland and continues to evolve. In early 2018, Cleveland State opened a striking addition to the Washkewicz College of Engineering. Cleveland State has strengthened its ties to Cleveland through a series of forward-thinking partnerships. Campus International School and MC2STEM High School provide pathways to college for young people, by way of the Education Park that Cleveland State has created with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. Cleveland State has also teamed up with Case Western Reserve University to lead the way in evolving the internet of things.
For 40 years, top manufacturers in Food & Bev, CPG and Pharma have called upon Grantek to take on their most complex business and manufacturing challenges. Grantek’s team of professionals located in 17 offices across the globe deliver solutions to complex problems in Smart Manufacturing, Industrial Networking, Automation and Industrial Safety.