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Title: NASA Langley Partnership Development 2006


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NASA Langley PartnershipDevelopment 2006
  • Federal Lab Consortia
  • Mid Atlantic Annual Meeting
  • September 21, 2006
  • R. P. Turcotte
  • NASA Langley Research Center

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NASA Mission 2006
  • Renewed focus on human space exploration
  • shuttle replacement by 2012
  • Moon landing 2020
  • Mars landing 2030
  • Hardware systems engineering and procurement
    emphasis
  • Decreasing RD
  • Increasing need for leveraged collaborative RD
  • Technology infusion if near commercial readiness

4
NASA Innovative PartnershipProgram
  • Technology transfer ?
  • Licensing, know-how transfer
  • Technology acquisition
  • Leveraged collaboration

5
NASA Langley Outreach Initiatives
  • NASA-wide outreach
  • Trade Shows (1996- 2004)
  • Symposia (2001-2004)
  • Advanced Materials, Sensors, Medical technology
  • Reached 400 new companies in 2-day meetings
    largely NASA technology push
  • Not good venue for center partnership development
    or technology infusion
  • Topical Workshops at Langley Research Center
    (2006- enduring?)
  • Timed to be near preplanned, 2-day Peer Reviews
  • Branch Centric (discipline oriented 35-70 staff)
  • Serve multiple needs

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Topical Workshops
  • Capability/ Discipline focus
  • Morning
  • NASA technical overviews (4-5 topics)
  • Industry 7-minute briefs (10-15)
  • Afternoon tailored to perceived opportunities
  • NASA RD Opportunities
  • Licensing Opportunities (depending on technology
    area)
  • Private one-on-one meetings (15 minutes)
  • Roundtable discussion (example consortia
    discussion)
  • Facility tours

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Topical Workshops
  • 2006
  • July Nondestructive Evaluation Sciences
  • (44 visitors)
  • September Electromagnetic Sciences
  • (24 visitors)
  • November 7 Nanotechnology for Energy Conversion
    and Storage
  • 2007
  • January Acoustics for Aerospace Applications
  • February Advanced polymeric composites
  • MarchTBD

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Topical Workshops
  • Initial resultspositive feedback from industry
    and from research groups
  • Attendees from across country, mainly smaller
    companies ( criteria gt 3M sales, plus some SBIR)
  • Government lab attendancetwo each in first two
    workshops, more would be better!
  • Attendance mix about right
  • Bus Dev/ Sales- 14
  • President/VP- 33
  • Director, Gen Mgr, Group Leader- 24
  • Technologist- 29

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Topical Workshops
  • Lessons learned
  • Need Project Manager from the lead technical
    group to organize/ expedite getting presentations
    organized
  • Internal event support staff important asset
  • Knowledgeable business facilitator assists
    one-on-one discussionsand follow-up
  • Organizer/ management effort 5-10 days actual
    time over 2 month period, depending on internal
    cooperation
  • Invitations 5-6 weeks before event seem to work
  • 4-8 acceptance rate ? target mailing is 500
    best, ¾ east of Mississippi.
  • Future workshops will get easier--10/year goal

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Joint Workshops?
  • One of desired partnerships is increased
    collaboration with other agencies
  • May be interesting to co-sponsor some technology
    areas
  • Advanced Materials
  • Sensor technology
  • Industrygovernment collaboration and licensing
  • Contact
  • Ray Turcotte 757 864 8881 r.p.turcotte_at_lar
    c.nasa.gov
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