Registration is Free for this year's Ohio Innovation Sensor Summit
The Ohio Innovation Sensor Summit is designed to maximize the interactions among scientists and engineers from government, industrial and academic technology innovation groups. In the past these interactions have created new collaborations and business opportunities that accelerate research and development and provide the impetus for additional regional economic development.
June 25th and 27th are dedicated to sessions in various areas of interest to sensor development. Sessions include data to decisions, biomarkers, Ohio Third Frontier/economic development projects, sensors in human factors, photonics, thin film and surface research, sensors in cyber, and machine learning emerging applications.
June 26th is dedicated to emerging technology discussions, demonstrations and an opportunity for networking at the Summit Mixer where the Joe Sciabica Award winner will be announced.
General Les Lyles "Challenges and Opportunities in Technology Investments in Today's Fiscal Environment"
Joe Shaw (NASA Glenn) "NASA Glenn's Approach to Supporting Regional Economic Development in the Midwest"
Dr. Brian Kent, Fellow, IEEE, AFRL, AMTA, Chief Scientist, Sensors Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory "Back to the Future" - What History Tells Us About Contemporary S&T Sensing
Attention emerging technology companies
If your company or institution wants to present in the "Emerging Technologies Discussion", send a title and speaker name to email@example.com
If your company or institution wants to present a Demonstration, Click on the Demonstration button on the top of the home page and fill out the form.
If your company wants to exhibit, Click the Exhibition button on the top of the home page and fill out the form.
Special Night Time Demonstration and Reception: Elbit Systems Optical Gating Method for Laser Gated Imaging June 25th, 711 E. Monument IDCAST Tech Town Building Reception/Demonstration
Sensor Summit Sponsored by:
Ohio Innovation Sensor Summit
1700 S. Patterson Blvd and
711 E. Monument Ave./ 444 E. Second St.