Technical Conference:
5-10 June 2016
Exposition:
7-9 June 2016

2015 Technology Transfer Program

The Technology Transfer Program includes a Keynote presentation, a Technology Transfer Tutorial and a Pitch Panel.

The Technology Transfer Tutorial provides attendees an opportunity to learn more about the licensing process; funding, entrepreneurship, technology transfer, and intellectual property. In addition, organizations will feature their license ready technologies at tabletop displays in the exhibit hall.

The Pitch Panel provides entrepreneurs an opportunity to showcase their technology, explain why it's valuable and discuss the next steps to commercialization.

Preparations for the Technology Transfer Program at CLEO: 2016 are currently underway.

Technology Transfer speakers at CLEO:2014

Tabletop Display — FREE for Organizations to Present License Ready Technologies; Start Planning for 2016.

A designated space near the Program area will be reserved for tabletops for interested organizations to showcase license ready technologies.

The free space is available on a first-come, first served basis.   Please email industry@osa.org to request an application, which will be reviewed and approved by CLEO management and the CLEO Technology Transfer Program Committee.
 

Program Schedule (2015)

Keynote Presentation

Milton ChangMilton Chang,
Managing Director, Incubic, LLC, USA
Technology Transfer Tutorial

Technology Licensing - Finding the Killer App: Labs know about Technology but not Much about Markets, so what do we do?
Roger W. Werne, Deputy Director, Industrial Partnering Office, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), USA

Technology Transfer Tutorial
Brent Whitlock, Patent Attorney, Drinker Biddle & Reath, LLP, USA
Pitch Panel
 
Chipscale Microresonators Frequency Combs
Tobias Kippenberg, Professor of Physics, EPFL, Switzerland

BeamWise Bridges the Gap between Optical and Mechanical System Design
Sean Murphy, Vice President of Business Development, BeamWise, Inc., USA

Next-generation Visible Lasers for High-brightness and Low-noise Applications
Michelle L. Stock, Director of Business Development, Norlase, USA

A Polarization-based Fiber-optic Intrusion Detection System
Pramode Verma, Professor and Director, Telecom. Eng., The University of Oklahoma-Tulsa, USA

Ultra-High-speed Pump-probe Imaging System for Real-time Graphene Characterization
Pu Wang, Chief Technology Officer, Vibronix, Inc., USA
 
Panelists:
Milton Chang, Managing Director, Incubic, LLC, USA
Jason Eichenholz, CEO, Open Photonics, Inc., USA
Rick Plympton, CEO, Optimax Systems, Inc., USA

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