Time/Place: March 10, 2:30-5 p.m., Covell 117 with a reception beginning at 5 p.m.
RSVP Please Register
All interested OSU faculty are invited to participate in an HP/OSU Technology Forum on March 10, 2:30-5 p.m., Covell 117 with a reception following.
Goal: Inform a broader group at OSU about HP and uncover areas of mutual interest and capability between HP and OSU that have good potential for collaborative research. Areas of interest include microfluidics, life sciences, materials, and sensors.
Format: HP presentations on capabilities, example research projects, technology roadmaps, and open research questions with active Q&A/discussion from both OSU and HP participants.
Forum Topics (draft):
· Introduction – overview and objectives (10min)
· HP-Corvallis technology capabilities – microfluidics and beyond (30min + 10min Q&A/discussion)
· Current/recent research projects (25min + 10min Q&A/discussion)
· Technology roadmaps and research questions (20min + 10min Q&A/discussion)
· Summary and open discussion (20min)
Follow up: In the weeks following the forum HP would like to hear from PIs with ideas for joint-proposals that we can refine together with a goal of securing federal funding. Direct funding from HP could be used to accelerate work and to build stronger proposals.
At the forum, all attendees will hear research presentations from HP leading technologists, then have an opportunity to ask questions and discuss potential collaborations. HP currently has three funds available for research projects.
1. HP Seed Grants
2. HP & OSU Research Collaboration Fund – Life Sciences and Microfluidics
3. HP & OSU Sustainability Fund (we will not be discussing this particular fund at this gathering)
Please Register by March 6th.
This is an excellent opportunity to network with key HP technologists and leadership.
Brady J. Gibbons
Associate Dean for Research
Professor of Materials Science
College of Engineering
Oregon State University