Technology transfer refers to the acquisition or use of innovations or knowledge that is developed by organization or individual (industrial physicist).
Companies are investing more into research and development (R&D) and innovation to develop technology products to sustain productivity and competitiveness. All these technology products require professionals with broad range of knowledge in different domains of expertise (computer science, mathematics and physics). Industrial physicists are problem solvers working in the private sector turning science into industrial solution or product and in a wide range of industrial settings. Information technology takes place at the forefront of technology product.
For example, in simulation, physics concepts are introduced by turning algorithms into code which rely on computer program. Physicist must adapt themselves to software development practices and know-how and learn programming languages.
I have been involved in various technology product development projects. I have compiled the list below where my expertise in scientific programming and simulation was used and cover a broad range of industrial applications.