GE Global Research
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- Global Research Center in Niskayuna, New York, established in 1900 and relocated in 1955.
- John F. Welch Technology Center in Bangalore, India, established in 2000.
- China Technology Center in Shanghai, China, established in 2000.
- European Technology Center in Munich, Germany, established in 2003.
- Brazil Technology Center in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, established in 2014, focuses on Smart, Bioenergy and Offshore & Subsea Systems, and Software & Productivity Analytics.
- GE Oil and Gas Technology Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, established in 2013, focuses on Oil & Gas.
- Saudi Technology and Innovation Center in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, established in 2013, focuses on Material Characterization, Combustion & Fuels, and Data Analytics.
- Advanced Manufacturing and Software Technology Center in Van Buren, Michigan, established in 2011, focuses on Advanced Manufacturing, Software, and IT.
- Israel Technology Center in Tirat Carmel, Israel, established in 2011, focuses on Healthcare, Energy, Software Analytics, Cyber Security, and Advanced Manufacturing.
Researchers at GE Global Research include:
- Ralph Alpher, cosmologist
- William David Coolidge, physicist
- Ivar Giaever, Nobel Laureate, physicist
- Christopher J. Hardy, industrial physicist
- Irving Langmuir, Nobel Laureate, chemist and physicist
- James L. Lawson, physicist
- David Musser, computer scientist
- James Rumbaugh, computer scientist
- Charles Proteus Steinmetz, mathematician and electrical engineer
- Alexander Stepanov, computer scientist
- Willis Rodney Whitney, chemist
- Terdiman, Daniel (August 11, 2010). "Behind the scenes at GE Global Research". Cnet. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
- GE Global Research Locations
- "Construction progressing at GE's newest research center, the Oil & Gas Technology Center in Oklahoma City".
- "GE research center progress becoming more prominent", Oklahoman, 8 July 2015, retrieved 27 Feb 2016
- Advanced Manufacturing and Software Technology Center (AMSTC)
- James L. Lawson, Physicist, Dies; Division Head at General Electric
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