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UPCOMING EVENTS


High-Skilled Immigration
Policy & the Global
Competition for Talent

September 22-23, 2014
Washington, DC
Staff Contact:
kkonarzewska@nas.edu

SBIR/STTR & the Role of
State Programs

October 7, 2014
NAS HQ, Room 120

 

Early-Stage Capital for Innovation—

SBIR: Beyond Phase II

 

 Presentations

 

January 27, 2011

 

National Academies Keck Center

500 5th Street, NW

Room 100

Washington, DC

  

 

Welcome

Charles Wessner, The National Academies

 

Overview

Jacques Gansler, University of Maryland, and Chair of NRC SBIR Committee

 

NSF Phase IIB

Joseph Hennessey, National Science Foundation

                       

Initial Results of the Survey of the NSF Phase IIB Program

Peter Grunwald, Grunwald Associates LLC

 

SBIR at ARPA-E?

Matthew Dunne, ARPA-E

 

Army Initiatives

John Smith, United States Army

 

Air Force Initiatives

Augustine Vu, United States Air Force

 

A Prime’s Perspective

William Heisey, Lockheed Martin

 

NCI Initiatives

Michael Weingarten, National Cancer Institute**

 

NASA: Take-up of SBIR Technologies in NASA Missions

Joseph Parrish, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

 

** Unable to attend due to winter storm that struck the Washington area. Todd Haim of NCI delivered Mr. Weingarten’s presentation on his behalf.