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Title: AAMURI General Presentation


1
ALABAMA AM UNIVERSITY
Capability Briefing By Dr. Dorothy W.
Huston Alabama AM University Army Small
Business Office Training ConferenceOrlando,
Florida July 1, 2004
2
BACKGROUND
  • Founded 1875
  • 1890 Land Grant University
  • Historically Black University
  • Enrollment of over 6500 students, over 1500
    Graduate Students, 4 Ph.D. programs
  • All programs fully accredited by the Southern
    Association of Colleges and Schools

3
  • Doctoral degree in physics Optics and
    Materials- Plant and Soil Sciences, and Food
    Science
  • Produced 6 of Top Scholars in 1997, 1998, 1999
    and 2000 USA Today Academic Teams
  • Oldest Computer Science Department in the State
    of Alabama (1968)
  • Programs in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Plant
    Soil Science, Food Science, Electrical,
    Mechanical, Civil Engineering and Computer
    Sciences

4
  • 1995-96 7,841,952
  • 1996-97 13,111,513
  • 1997-98 13,658,431
  • l998-99 20,578,217
  • 1999-00 22,389,746
  • 2000-01 24,379,401
  • 2001-02 25,219,604
  • 2002-03 25,222,014 Plus 4,000,000 _at_AAMURI

5
  • Nonlinear Optics Nonlinear Optical Materials
  • Hydrology, Soil, Climatology Remote Sensing
  • Irradiation of Materials
  • Small Business Economic Development

6
  • Center for Environmental Research Training
  • Center of Excellence in Forestry Ecology
  • North Alabama Regional Teacher Education Center
  • Alabama State Black Archives
  • Research Center Museum

7
Center for Irradiation of Materials
  • Operates a rare Tandem 2 MV Accelerator
  • Nanotechnology Science and Engineering
  • Surface and Interface Processing
  • Materials Processing
  • Radiation Damage
  • Ion Implantation
  • Materials Analysis
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Propulsion RD

8
Center of Excellence in Nonlinear Optics
Materials
  • 15M in Support from NSF Since 1987
  • World Class Center
  • Crystal Growth Theory Exp. Research
  • Nonlinear Optics
  • Optical Fibers
  • Lasers

9
Center for Hydrology, Soil, Climatology Remote
Sensing
  • Established in 1995
  • Soil properties (moisture retention, contaminant
    transport)
  • 9 million NASA support
  • GIS capability
  • Remote sensing capability
  • Hydrology

10
Alabama Center for Applications of Remote Sensing
  • Agricultural, Natural Resource Land Use Issues
  • On-line Interactive Remote Sensing
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Digitized Mapping
  • Satellite Imaging
  • Terrain Modeling

11
ALABAMA AM UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INSTITUTE (AAMURI)
Professor Daryush ILA, Executive Director Voice
(256)372-8703, Fax (256)372-8708
http//AAMURI.AAMU.EDU (256)372-8700
12
AAMURI MISSION
  • To pursue, negotiate, and enter into contracts
  • in a timely and professional manner
  • To act as a catalyst and provide opportunity
  • To draw upon the existing research
  • and educational capabilities
  • To develop and market AAMURI's
  • capabilities
  • To provide operating capital for
  • reinvestment in technology

http//AAMURI.AAMU.EDU (256)372-8700
13
ACTION ITEMS
  • Respond to the Needs of Government and
    Industry through Multi-Disciplinary Research
    Strategic Collaboration.
  • Help to retain high quality faculty and staff.
  • Help to recruit high quality faculty, staff,
    and students.
  • Help the faculty and staff to attract grants
    to AAMU.

http//AAMURI.AAMU.EDU (256)372-8700
14
Goals
  • Secure State Infrastructure Funding
  • Secure Federal Funding
  • Increase Contracts and Grants
  • Establish a Performance Measure in addition to
    the Bottom-Line ()
  • Maintain Low GA

http//AAMURI.AAMU.EDU (256)372-8700
15
Goal-1 Secure State Funding
  • A) Build AAMURI Operational Fund in the State
    Budget
  • Education Trust Funds
  • Economy Development Funds
  • Others (!?)
  • B) Informative Meetings with State Legislators

16
Goal-2 Secure Federal Funding Opportunities
  • Build Partnerships with Federally funded Labs,
    Centers, Universities and Offices,
  • Conduct Informative Meetings with Federal
    Representatives,
  • Conduct meetings at GOV labs, Centers, and
    Offices.
  • Become a source of information and partnership
    building

17
Goal-3 Increased Contracts and Grants
  • Build Partnerships with private and government
    agencies,
  • Conduct Informative Meetings with private and
    government agencies,
  • Help build Contract Based Infrastructure at AAMU,
  • Focus on ISIT, IERS and ATRD.

18
Goal-4 Performance Measure
  • Bottom-line (Jour. of Accountancy), Grants and
    Contracts at AAMURI and at AAMU,
  • Impacts on Scholarships, Fellowships, and Grants
    at AAMU and its RI,
  • Recruiting New Faculty, Staff and Students for
    AAMU and its RI,
  • Advocacy of AAMU and its RI,
  • Building Partnerships which impacts AAMU and its
    RI,
  • Help to Enhance the GC Infrastructure,

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Goal-5 Maintain Low GA
  • 1- Dual Responsibility for the Technical Managers
    (Training required)
  • Management Training for Tech Staff
  • Direct Marketing by Top Administrators and
    Managers
  • 2- Combine support service resources (as much as
    allowed)
  • 3- Monthly Monitoring/planning for the
    Budget/Finance/Bids (daily)

20
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MANAGEMENT TEAM
Dr. D. ILA, Exec. Dir. of AAMURI Dr.
Gladies Herron, Associate Director Ms. Edith
Carrigy, Administrative Secretary Dr. Leslie
Evelyn, GC Specialist TM Mr. Stan Stanford,
PM_at_ GC, (MP) Ms. Annie Watts, GC
Administrative Assistant Col. James Johnson,
Security Manager (Logistics, MP/FSO/SO/TM)
Ms. Linda Frazier, PM _at_ DC (MP) Mr. Ron
Hamm, Governmental Relation _at_ DC ( 100
External Contracts, 90 Ext. Contracts)
22
MANAGEMENT TEAM
Ms. Vannessa McGlathery, Account
Administrator Ms. Chandra Ray, Accounting
Clerk Ms. Veena Sharma, Management Assistant
Mr. Joe Magee (GS), Inventory and IT Assistant
Ms. Lois Thompson, HR Consultant Mr. Wayne
McDonald, Ms. Jan Wong (GS), Ms. Tracy Meng
(GS), Dr. C. Muntele, IT/Database
Comptroller, Internal Control, Audits
(Consultants)
http//AAMURI.AAMU.EDU (256)372-8700
23
STRATEGIC RESEARCH AREAS
1
2
3
http//AAMURI.AAMU.EDU (256)372-8700
24
Mentor/Protégé Program At Alabama AM
University Research Institute
http//AAMURI.AAMU.EDU/M-P.HTM
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26
Civil Emergency Reaction and Responder Training
Exercise ( CERRTX )
A cooperative development of advanced Domestic
PreparednessTools and Training
An initiative of the funded by theArmy Space
and Missile Defense Command
27
Marketing Areas (I)
  • Propulsion Materials and Systems
    (NASA-SMDC-Air Force)
  • Nanotechnology (DOD, NASA, DOE, NSF, NIH, DOC)
  • Information Technology Training and Services
    (DISA-SAIC-DIA-AMCOM-NASA, DOJ)
  • IERS (DOE, USACE, EPA, HSV)
  • SBIR/STTR Small Business Training
  • Inform legislators in Montgomery and Washington

28
Marketing Areas (II)
  • Propulsion Nanotech Increase partnerships
    between AAMURI and NASA (MSFC-Dryden, GRC)
  • IT Build in-house training capability, expand
    off-site services, distance leaning and
    operation.
  • IERS Increase partnerships between AAMURI and
    Businesses, DOE, USACE, and HSV community.
  • Mentor-Protégé Expand M-P services and perform
    self training as well.

29
Proposals/Awards In FY02 FY03
Does not include ID/IQ contracts
30
Funding Awards 1999 to Sep 2003
FORECAST
Does not include ID/IQ contracts
31
Awards In FY02 FY03 By Category
FY02
FY03
Does not include ID/IQ
32
Submitted Proposals In FY02 By Agency
FY02
FY03
33
AAMURI ECONOMIC ACADEMIC IMPACT, FY 1999-2001
AAMU Student Employees 38 Faculty and Staff
Employees 56 Total 94
34
  • Nanotechnology Science and Engineering Program
    (NASA, DoD, DOE NSF) 03-
  • Mentor-Protégé Program, 02-
  • Propulsion Materials Center, 03-
  • Partnership Building, 02-
  • IERS/MPaC facility renovation/expansion, 02-
  • I2 Infrastructure Progress, 00- (New Props
    Submitted)
  • ASGC, EPSCoR, DoD EPSCoR, NSSTC-SSTA, Student
    Launch Initiative/Experiments, Moon buggy, KC 137
    Experiments, 01-
  • Joint SEU, Joint Proposals with HBCUs
  • Mentoring SB/SDBs, HBCUs, and Tribal Colleges

35
Last Month Highlights
  • SBIR/STTR/HBCU/MIs meeting _at_ AAMU
  • (26-28 Jan. 04, 161 attendees, 56 AAMU, 19 more
    from HBCU/MIs, VP of U. of Alabama, VP of TSU, 86
    from Industries and Government Agencies).
  • The North Alabama Nanotechnology Networking
    Workshop at AAMU (The First Nanotechnology
    Conference in North Alabama, 85 registered)
    2-10-04

36
North Alabama Nanotechnology Networking Workshop
February 10, 2004 at 900 A.M. March 3, 2004
at 800 A.M. April (TBA) August 2004 (National
Meeting AAMU) Attendees Tennessee Valley
Academia, Industry, and Government Agencies
POC Dr. Daryush ILA (ILA_at_CIM.AAMU.EDU
) (256)372-8700, http//AAMURI.AAMU.EDU
37
Department of Defense STTR/SBIR and
HBCU/MI Technical Assistance Conference
Hosted by Alabama AM University Research
Institute (AAMURI)
Sponsored by U.S. Department of Defense,
Co-sponsored by SAIC, Boeing, CEED and
SEA January 26 28, 2004, Alabama AM
University http//AAMURI.AAMU.EDU
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Department of Defense STTR/SBIR and
HBCU/MI Technical Assistance Conference
Hosted by Alabama AM University Research
Institute (AAMURI)
January 24 26, 2005 Alabama AM
University http//AAMURI.AAMU.EDU
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Alabama HBCUs Research and Development
Alliance, Established April 2002
AAMU
ASU
TU
BSCC
TC
CC
SC
GSCC
SSCC
HCTS
SU
OC
JFDS
MC
LSCC
State of Alabama and AAMURI (256)372-8700 http//a
amuri.aamu.edu/Alabama-HBCUs/HBCU.htm
 
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