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Presentation by Dr. Dave Brown at the NSF ATE PI conference 2013 on how community colleges can benefit from working with NSF SBIR phase II awardees.

Presentation by Dr. Dave Brown at the NSF ATE PI conference 2013 on how community colleges can benefit from working with NSF SBIR phase II awardees.

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    Sbir phase iicc   d brown - 2013 ate pi conference Sbir phase iicc d brown - 2013 ate pi conference Presentation Transcript

    • NSF SBIR Phase IICC Supplements in Action David R. Brown Department of Chemistry, Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA Division of Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • The College and the Department of Chemistry The College • Located in southern San Diego County, CA (8 miles from US-Mexico border) • Enrollment of ~20,000 students; Average age = 26; 57% Female; 43% Male • 63% Hispanic; 17% Asian/Filipino/Pacific Islander; 5% African-American The Department • Four full-time faculty members; 1.5 laboratory technicians • Typically 6-9 part-time faculty members in a given semester • Serves ~1000 students annually across the curriculum ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • In the Beginning... NSF grant (DUE 9850951) from the Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement (ILI) program: Instrumentation to Enhance the Chemistry Curriculum at Southwestern College • Acquired NMR, GC/MS, FTIR, UV-Vis and HPLC • Also catalyzed construction of a new laboratory ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Technician Education and Workforce Development Received an NSF ATE grant to establish program in Chemical Technology (Grant No. DUE 0101729) ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Selected Publications 2000-2006 ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Collaborations Between SWC and Ondax, Inc. and Sierra Medical Technology, Inc.     Mid-Infrared Characterization of Volume Holographic Gratings (NSF Award IIP 0710696) Nanofabrication of Optical Structures (NSF Award IIP 0710697) Synthesis of High Quality Antimony Electrodes (NSF Award IIP 0900987) IR Characterization of a Polyurethane Polymer Coat (NSF Award IIP 0900988) ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Ondax, Inc. ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Students Working in the Lab ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • 2008 CUR Posters on the Hill ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Other Selected Presentations ACS Western Regional Meeting – Oct. 2007 ATE PI Conference – Oct. 2007 ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Sierra Medical Technology ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Students Working in the Lab ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Conference Presentations 186th 2YC3 Conference – Nov. 2009 239th ACS National Meeting – April 2010 ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Lessons Learned/Caveats    Small Businesses and SBIR/STTR Program emphasize commercialization and marketing. Entrepreneurship can’t be taught. Identify a “service” you can provide the company that may lead to discovery of new product(s) or process(es) and/or opportunities to streamline current activities.  Effective communication is beyond essential.  Face-to-face meetings work wonders. ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013
    • Acknowledgments  National Science Foundation  ILI Award DUE 9850951  ATE Award DUE 0101729  SBIR Phase IICC Awards IIP 0710696 and 0710697  SBIR Phase IICC Awards IIP 0900987 and 0900988  Juan Figueroa  Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Act of 2006  Christophe Moser, CEO, Ondax, Inc.  Jeffrey Schipper, CEO, Sierra Medical Technology, Inc. Chona dela Cruz Manuel Alingog Héctor Eduardo Mendoza Solano Ana-Patricia López Ferrer Gerardo Castillo Ramón Ayala ATE PI Conference Washington, DC – October 24, 2013 Mark Gianino Jennifer Stokes Sabrina Lugo Saraí Escalante Arthur Miramontes