Your Chance To Collaborate With NASA

Thursday, March 30, 2017
3:00 – 4:30 pm  Program
4:30 – 5:30 pm  Networking & Cocktail Hour

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
Austin, Texas

Hear from speaker Daniel Lockney, Technology Transfer Program Executive NASA Headquarters. Network with executives from NASA’s 10 field centers across the country who represent NASA’s technology in areas as diverse as life sciences, communications, nanotechnology, energy, Artificial Intelligence, space technologies, remote sensing, information systems, robotics, and so much more! Click Technology Areas tab below for the full listing.

Speaker

 

   

Daniel Lockney, Technology Transfer Program Executive

NASA Headquarters

NASA VIPs

   

Antoinette McCoy, Associate Tech Transfer Officer

Ames Research Center – Moffett Field, California 94035

   

Laura Fobel, Technology Transfer Office Chief

Armstrong Flight Research Center – 4800 Lilly Drive, Building 4839, Edwards, California 93523-0273

   

Harvey Schabes, Technology Transfer Officer

Glenn Research Center – 21000 Brookpark Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44135

   

Nona CheeksTechnology Transfer Office Chief

Goddard Space Flight Center – Greenbelt, Maryland 20771

   

Debbie Wolfenbarger, Innovative Partnerships

Jet Propulsion Laboratory – 4800 Oak Grove Drive, Pasadena, California 91109

   

Charlene Gilbert, Technology Transfer Office Chief

Johnson Space Center – Houston, Texas 77058

   

Dave Makufka, Technology Transfer Office Chief

Kennedy Space Center – Kennedy Space Center, Florida 32899

   

Kathy Dezern, Technology Transfer Office Chief

Langley Research Center – Hampton, Virginia 23681-2199

   

Terry Taylor, Technology Transfer Office Chief

Marshall Space Flight Center – Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama 35812

   

Duane Armstrong, Technology Transfer Office Chief

Stennis Space Center – Stennis Space Center, Mississippi 39529

Technology Areas

NASA Center Technology Transfer Offices:

ARC – Ames Research Center. Information technology, biotechnology, nanotechnology, aerospace operations systems, rotorcraft, and thermal protection systems.
http://technology.arc.nasa.gov

AFRC – Armstrong Flight Research Center. Aerodynamics, aeronautics flight testing, aeropropulsion, flight systems, thermal testing, integrated systems test and validation.
http://www.nasa.gov/offices/ipp/centers/dfrc

GRC – Glenn Research Center. Aeropropulsion, communications, energy technology, high-temperature materials research.
https://technology.grc.nasa.gov

GSFC – Goddard Space Flight Center. Planetary science, LIDAR, cryogenic systems, tracking, telemetry, remote sensing, command.
http://techtransfer.gsfc.nasa.gov

JPL – Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Near- and deep-space mission engineering, microspacecraft, space communications, information systems, remote sensing, robotics.
http://scienceandtechnology.jpl.nasa.gov

JSC – Johnson Space Center. Artificial intelligence and human-computer interface, life sciences, human space flight operations, avionics, sensors, communications.
http://technology.jsc.nasa.gov

KSC – Kennedy Space Center. Fluids and fluid systems; materials evaluation; process engineering; command, control, and monitor systems; range systems; environmental engineering and management.
http://technology.ksc.nasa.gov

LaRC – Langley Research Center. Aerodynamics, flight systems, materials, structures, sensors, measurements, information sciences.
http://technologygateway.nasa.gov

MSFC – Marshall Space Flight Center. Materials, manufacturing, nondestructive evaluation, biotechnology, space propulsion, controls and dynamics, structures, microgravity processing.
http://techtran.msfc.nasa.gov

SSC – Stennis Space Center. Propulsion systems, remote sensing, nonintrusive instrumentation.
http://technology-ssc.ndc.nasa.gov

Agenda

3:00 – 4:30 pm Program
4:30 – 5:30 pm Networking &
Cocktail Hour

 

Venue

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center

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