The Hitchhiker's Guide to Dayton Tech & Startups

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OFRN Industry Mixer

  • Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center at the University of Cincinati 151 Goodman Street Cincinnati, OH, 45219 United States

INDUSTRY MIXER March 30, 2017 

The Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN) seeks to leverage the strength of Ohio's world-class public and private research universities, industry, and its uniquely valuable federal labs, to help energize the state's economy for the 21st century.  

Registration is open for our event on March 30th featuring our C2PNT - Communications, Cyber, Positioning, Navigation & Timing; and C4ISR - Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance COEs.

INFORMATIVE SESSION
Ms. Stephanie Miller, Plans and Programs Technical Advisor at the Air Force Research Laboratory, has been confirmed as our keynote speaker.  Ms. Miller is responsible for contributing to the development of AFRL's strategic plans, optimizing the level of portfolio risk, and coordinating science and technology across the lab. 
 

This is a business-oriented event, focused on helping Ohio companies:Understand this new Statewide program and how it could benefit youNetwork with key federal lab representativesMeet world class researchers in the area of C2PNT and C4ISRPlease use the links below to get more information and/or register for this event.  There is no charge for this event, which includes pre-event lunch and post-event appetizers. 

Our first two events were highly attended, with registration for both closed before the event.  If you plan to attend this event, we suggest you register early.


REGISTRATION/FEES
There is no charge for this event, which includes a light lunch, along with post-event networking and appetizers. 
Register online at event page: http://tinyurl.com/j354pgf.

WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU? 
In 2016, OFRN deployed $15.6M into eighteen projects. OFRN anticipates significant additional public funding, is planning a funded “Challenge Problem” for 2017, and actively pursues ongoing Federal funding opportunities to augment our program portfolio. The collaborations the program has created are currently being leveraged to pursue over $180M in additional funding from Federal sources. All projects are required to have commercial partners.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS EVENT? 
Business Leaders/CTOs and Research Organizations interested in: 
 More information on this new statewide program connecting Ohio'sFederal labs, research universities and industry
 Exciting new technology with high commercialization potential
 Opportunities for partnership on Federally funded research initiatives
 Meeting world-class researchers willing to work with your company
 Details on future funding opportunities requiring commercial and research partners
 Networking with OFRN Leadership and Researchers, along with Ohio Military lab representatives