25 Oct Fall Technology Showcase Recap
THANK YOU to all who attended our Fall Technology Showcase.
About 100 local researchers, inventors, and representatives were in attendance for a technology showcase highlighting some of the latest developments in Blue Technology. Organizations such as Naval Undersea Warfare Center, NASA Tech Transfer Office, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and the University of Rhode Island presented to a roomful of attendees from local innovation companies including Raytheon, Jaia Robotics, Kraken Robotics, Lockheed Martin, Guill Tool, Symmetrix Composites and many others! It was an excellent opportunity to learn more about some of the exciting projects underway and to connect with members of our BlueTech ecosystem.
See below for links to the various inventions & presentations shared during the event and stay tuned for more events like this from 401 Tech Bridge.
- Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
- Dr. Abraham Katzen Business Development Associate – Office for Technology Transfer
- NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
- Ms. Samantha Kilgore, Technology Transfer Expansion Lead
- NUWC Presentation
- Jim Kasischke, Supervisory Patent Counsel
- James Hagerty – Optimized, Automatic Impedance-Matching System
- Kristina Kamensky (presented by Aren Hellum) – Water-Based Bernoulli Pad for Biofouling Mitigation
- Lynn Antonelli (presented by Megan Driggers) – Non-Invasive System for Measuring Blood Pressure
- Russell Sylvia – Automatic Passive Variable Pitch Propeller
- URI Presentation
- Dr. Vinka Craver Associate Dean of Research, College of Engineering
- Dr. Geoffrey Bothun University of Rhode Island, Department Chair, Chemical Engineering – Developing Deployable Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Sensors
- Dr. Helio Matos University of Rhode Island, Mechanical, Industrial & Systems Engineering – Structural Systems in Complex Environments
- Dr. Stephen Licht University of Rhode Island, Department of Ocean Engineering Graduate Director – Soft Robotics and Additive Manufacturing for Marine Robotic Systems
- Dr. Jason Dwyer University of Rhode Island, Department of Chemistry Professor – Nanofluidic Electronic Sensors for Single-Entity Detection and Filtering