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Sandia National Laboratories Informational Briefing


Sandia National Laboratories Informational Briefing

Did you know UT Austin and Sandia National Laboratories have a formal Academic Alliance partnership? The Sandia Academic Alliance (SAA) can help interested UT researchers navigate Sandia’s many labs and capabilities and facilitate new research connections. Sandia-UT PIs can collaborate on Sandia Laboratory Directed Research and Development (LDRD) proposal funding and respond together to external agency funding calls.

Join this OVPR hosted informational briefing on Wednesday, May 19 from 3-4 pm to meet Dr. Nadine Miner, Sandia’s UT Campus Partnership Manager (CPM), and Hannah Stangebye, Partnership Development Specialist, for an overview of Sandia and to learn about funding mechanisms and ways you can collaborate with Sandia researchers.

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Meet Sandia’s UT Liaisons


Dr. Nadine Miner is Sandia Labs’ Campus Partnership Manager for UT Austin. In this role, she seeks to develop and enhance collaboration, research, faculty and student connections between Sandia and UT. Dr. Miner’s Sandia 30 year career includes work in Robotics, Energy, Space Systems and National Security Programs with expertise in machine learning, virtual and augmented reality, modeling and simulation, systems engineering, and neural inspired computing. Dr. Miner holds a BS in Computer Engineering from UNM, an MS in Electrical Engineering from Cal Tech and a PhD in Computer Engineering/Virtual Reality from UNM.


Hannah Stangebye currently works as the Partnership Development Specialist for Sandia’s UT and Georgia Tech Academic Alliance teams. She has been at Sandia for five years and joined the Sandia Academic Alliance (SAA) team in October 2020. As the Partnerships Development Specialist for UT, Hannah helps identify areas of opportunity and facilitates connections between Sandia researchers and UT faculty. Prior to joining the UT SAA team, Hannah was the Program Development Specialist for Sandia’s core hypersonics programs, including the Autonomy for Hypersonics (A4H) Mission Campaign, and enabled several academic research partnerships in this role. Hannah has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of New Mexico and a Master’s Degree from Johns Hopkins University.

May 19, 2021
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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