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NIST Boulder Labs Technology Showcase

The National Institute of Standards and Technology Boulder Labs is hosting a Technology Showcase on Sept. 13 in the Building 1 Auditorium to show off select technologies, discuss how interested companies can make use of those technologies, illustrate the process for licensing or sharing those technologies and providing brief lab tours.

While NIST does not patent a lot of its novel and groundbreaking technologies, they do share that knowledge with businesses. Providing a framework to share their technologies, as well as explain the process of gaining access to their work, is the primary purpose of this Showcase.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011 (subject to change)

8:00 a.m. Receive Visitor Badges at Visitor Center (Allow 15 minutes)
Continental Breakfast in Foyer
9:00 Welcome and NIST Overview
Kent Rochford, Acting NIST Boulder Labs Director
9:20 NIST Technology Partnership Opportunities
Paul Zielinski, NIST Director of Technology Partnerships Office
9:40 Chip-scale atomic clocks and magnetometers
John Kitching, NIST Time and Frequency Division
10:00 Magnetic particles for Biosciences Research
John Moreland, NIST Electromagnetics Division
10:20 Research cryostats: precision, pulse-tube coolers for infrared spectroscopy and alpha particle detection
Joel Ullom, NIST Quantum Electrical Metrology Division
10:40 Laser spectroscopy methods for trace impurity analysis in electronic specialty gases
Mark Raynor, Matheson Advanced Technology Center R&D Director
11:00 Review of Agenda and Tour Logistics
Jim Burrus, NIST Public Affairs
11:05 Posters
12:15 p.m. Lunch
1:30 NIST Boulder Lab Tours (destinations tentative)

1 - Chip Scale Magnetometer
2 - NIST F1 Atomic Clock
3 - Metamaterials Research
4 - Quantum Devices

3:30 END

Millennium Harvest House Hotel, Boulder
1345 28th Street
Boulder, CO  80302
Phone: 303-443-3850

Created August 19, 2011, Updated September 27, 2016