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ABB Corporate Research Center in the United States

The ABB Corporate Research Center in the United States is colocated in Raleigh, North Carolina, and Windsor, Connecticut. The center delivers leading-edge technologies and innovative solutions to ABB power and automation businesses.

Our focus areas include:

  • Transmission and distribution system engineering
  • Grid modernization technologies
  • Solid-state protection device design and applications
  • Electrical machines
  • Variable-speed drives and control
  • Converter design and control 
  • Software engineering techniques and tools
  • Software, system and analytics architectures
  • Robot intelligence and ease of use
  • Intelligent sensors and applications

We collaborate with leading universities including MIT, Purdue University, the University of Wisconsin, the University of Tennessee, North Carolina State University, Tokyo Marine University, Texas A&M University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Case Western Reserve University, Kent State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of Washington, the University of Maryland, the University of Delaware and University College London.