Highlighting Science and Engineering at OSU and UO
Wednesday, April 15 from 8:30am-12:00pm
Innovations are R&D results that are effectively translated to practical use as solutions to market needs. Deep understanding of market needs, combined with technical sense, can unleash an innovator’s imagination. Oregon’s economy grows with the success of scientists and engineers, as they produce transformational products and services that meet market requirements. Please join us for the Innovation Showcase where we will share how basic scientific and engineering research is being informed and influenced by a market lens; how this approach results in excellence both in science and commercialization; how successful industry-standard approaches to market validation are being incorporated into the educational process to train the innovator; and how you can participate in a thriving innovation ecosystem.
Join us via webinar or in Corvallis at Oregon State University. The event details will be emailed upon registration. If you do not receive these details within 1-2 hours, let us know.
|Networking and refreshments|
Brian Wall, OSU Assistant Vice President for Research, Commercialization & Industry Partnering
Why innovation, why now, why Oregon?
Douglas Keszler, Director, Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry
Oxide Transistors for Apple: John Wager
|Innovation education and the STEM graduate experience|
Brenda McComb, Dean of the Graduate School, Oregon State University
|Developing innovators and the Lens of the Market|
Judith Giordan, ecosVC
|Suprasensor: Dr. Calden Carroll |
|10:30-11:50||Lens of the Market teams|
|Team Piezo - autofocus actuators for cameras.|
Michelle Dolgos, Jenn Amador and Dylan Fast.
|Team EC - transparent conductive thin-film coating for electrochromic windows.|
Deok-Hie Park, Juan Carlos Ramos and Ryan Mansergh.
|11:50-12:00p||Skip Rung, Executive Director, ONAMI|