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  • Intro for 2 new members Quick review of prior activity Four opportunities to present today for consideration of RDCAP funding.
  • These were the requests from September and December, who their prime proposal was submitted to and for what amount as well as what they received in the way of an RDCAP commitment. Only the GE/UD opportunity converted. The other three were awarded to Maine, Minnesota, Illinois and Clemson.
  • This is where we currently stand on RDCAP funding availability And today you’ll be presented with another $18 million in possible commitments.
  • Mention current IDCAST activity w/ regard to 8 univ., AFRL, and 30 companies
  • Summed up by 2 areas: Energy usage reduction through building components, building materials, and building systems Integrated energy sensors and information systems for better building and energy management.
  • This proposal was submitted to the same program as the previous proposal.
  • Insert summary from Word document
  • Jay was at the Feb. meeting 7 Tesla
  • Mention their charge as of late 2009 Emphasize parenthesis
  • I don’t know and Philips is reluctant to commit to impacts beyond the R&D hires. Certainly retention is an issue I don’t know much about what Phase II will look like
  • Mention that Cleveland is a contender because of current location and proximity to Case UH However, there are other locations with programs that could likewise assist

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  • Research and Development Center Attraction Program (RDCAP) Commitment Recommendations May 26, 2010
  • RDCAP Commitments-to-date
    • The Ohio State University – DOE Industry/Univ. Consortia Proposal
      • Center for Large Offshore Wind Turbine Technology
      • US DOE - $12 million and RDCAP - $1 million
    • The University of Toledo – DOE Industry/Univ. Consortia Proposal
      • Center for Advanced Concept Offshore Wind Turbine Development
      • US DOE - $8 million and RDCAP - $1.1 million
    • Edison Welding Institute – DOE Drivetrain Center Proposal
      • Large Wind Turbine Drivetrain Testing Facility
      • US DOE - $45 million and RDCAP - $7 million
    • GE Aviation Electrical Systems/University of Dayton
      • Electrical Power Integrated Systems Center
      • GEAS - $50.75 million and RDCAP - $7.6125 million
  • RDCAP Funding Available
    • $25 million originally available
    • $50 million commitment ceiling
    • Past commitments of $16.7125 million extended
    • $7.6125 million in commitments actually accepted
    • $17.3875 million in RDCAP funds still available
    • $35.75 million commitment ceiling
  • University of Dayton Research Institute Sensor, Surveillance, and Biometric Technologies Center of Excellence
  • UDRI – RDCAP Proposal
    • DOJ Program: National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Sensor, Surveillance, and Biometric Technologies Center of Excellence
    • UDRI/IDCAST – AFRL, City of Dayton Police/Fire Depts.
    • Activities
      • ID, test, evaluate, & demonstrate new technologies that support NIJ
      • Support the deployment & adoption of new technologies
      • Develop technology guidelines & standards
      • Provide assistance & support to criminal justice agencies in the use of these technologies
    • $6 million from NIJ, all of which stays in Ohio and will be used for personnel and operations of the national center at UDRI
    • $900,000 from RDCAP for additional instrumentation for IDCAST specific to NIJ activity
  • UDRI – RDCAP Proposal
    • NIJ is most interested in proposals that leverage existing centers/facilities/personnel. NIJ states it will evaluate proposed costs to NIJ relative to the project’s overall scope, impact and benefit
    • 15% of the evaluation is based on the cost proposal, to include cost share, and the above criteria
    • This will be the only NIJ center of its kind and, if awarded to UDRI, will move this activity from New York
    • Aligns extremely well with current work and capabilities of UD, UDRI, IDCAST and the Dayton region in remote sensing, wide area surveillance, chemical/biological sensing, environmental monitoring, and biometrics
    • Provides this group with an entirely new funding stream and sponsor type
  • University of Cincinnati The Building Works: Deploying New Technologies for an Energy Efficient Future
  • UC – RDCAP Proposal
    • DOE Program: Energy Efficient Building Systems Regional Innovation Cluster Initiative
    • DOE partnering w/ DoC EDA, DoC NIST, SBA, DoL, DoE, NSF
    • R&D and deployment/transfer of energy efficient building components, systems, & models that will reduce energy use, greenhouse gases, and catalyze an industry-wide shift to new technologies
    • Advanced energy, advanced materials, ICE
    • Cost share is encouraged from state/local government and is required for most project activities
    • Only one $130 million award over 5 years
  • UC – RDCAP Proposal
    • $122 million will come to Ohio
    • Structured around six thrust areas
      • Building components
      • Building envelope
      • Building testbeds & integrated system level building sensors
      • Multi-scale information management systems
      • Integration of energy sources & energy storage w/ building design
      • Policy studies
  • UC – RDCAP Proposal
    • University of Dayton, Miami University, Central State University, Wright State University, Ohio State University, Miamisburg Mound Community Improvement Corporation, EMTEC, TechSolve, AcuTemp, AFRL, Greater Cincinnati Workforce Network, Cornerstone Research Group, Duke Energy, Echelon, EPA, Greater Cincinnati Foundation, GE Global Research, LSI Industries, Melink, Mound Laser & Photonics Center, Ravenbrick, Waibel Energy Systems, Woolpert
    • RDCAP $7 million will go to UC for a test facility at MMCIC capable of building scale type models of technologies related to building efficiency and building controls
  • NorTech/University of Akron Tech Belt Energy Efficient Building Systems Regional Innovation Cluster
  • NorTech/UA – RDCAP Proposal
    • DOE Program: Energy Efficient Building Systems Regional Innovation Cluster Initiative
    • DOE partnering w/ DoC EDA, DoC NIST, SBA, DoL, DoE, NSF
    • R&D and deployment/transfer of energy efficient building components, systems, & models that will reduce energy use, greenhouse gases, and catalyze an industry-wide shift to new technologies
    • Advanced energy, advanced materials, ICE
    • Cost share is encouraged from state/local government and is required for most project activities
    • Only one $130 million award over 5 years
  • NorTech/UA – RDCAP Proposal
    • Consortium of PA, OH, and WV institutions and companies
    • PA will lead the project w/ a systems integration facility in PA
    • Ohio activity will focus on an engineering & prototyping center in Warren, OH
    • The engineering & prototying services supplied in Warren will serve all PA, OH, and WV partners
    • Ohio partners will get $45 million
    • PA will receive $76M and WV will receive $9M
  • NorTech/UA – RDCAP Proposal
    • OH partners are Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Kent State University, Ohio State University, University of Akron, Youngstown State University, University of Illinois, University of Pittsburgh, West Virginia University, Cuyahoga Community College, Eastern Gateway Community College, Lorain County Community College, Alcoa, Bayer Materials Science Inc., Catalyst Connections, Eaton Corporation, Energy Focus Inc., Innovation Works, JumpStart, MAGNET, NorTech, Pittsburgh Gateways, PPG Industries, Sustainable Structures, Sherwin Williams, Tremco
    • RDCAP $5 million will go to UA, YSU, & KSU for a demonstration center for efficiency technologies as well as equipment & instrumentation for the Warren prototyping center
  • Philips Healthcare
    • Global Advanced Imaging Innovation Center
    • (GAIIC)
  • Philips – RDCAP Proposal
    • Philips-Cleveland is a research, product development, assembly, training, and product showcase hub.
      • 1,100 employees (300 R&D)
      • Global HQ for Philips computed tomography and nuclear medicine businesses
      • NA HQ for Imaging System’s Refurbishment business
      • Field Service Academy and Training facility – 5,000 people per year
      • Existing partnership with OSU and CWRU through a Wright Center of Innovation
  • Philips – RDCAP Proposal
    • Philips partnering with University Hospitals and Case
    • Center could be based within both a renovated space of UH and within UH’s new cancer hospital
    • Both prototype and newly released equipment would be sited for clinical feedback and enhancement
    • Clinicians and researchers from UH and Case would be co-located with Philips product development personnel
    • Such a Center would:
      • Test and evaluate prototype and new-to-market technologies
      • Develop and test investigational molecular imaging agents on various instrumentation
      • Help secure development of new imaging technologies for Philips
      • Provide research access to and collaboration around new, highly advanced imaging technologies
    • (R&D, product development, manufacturing/assembly, and clinical partnerships are currently scattered globally, requiring extensive travel)
  • Philips – RDCAP Proposal
    • Philips will set R&D direction, both clinical and technological. Philips will also supply equipment, engineers, and product development expertise to the Center
    • UH will provide space and supply both patients and clinicians from Neurology, Cardiology, Pathology, and Oncology to alpha and beta test new devices
    • Case will provide research personnel, technology evaluation, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, research services, students and additional equipment/instrumentation
  • Philips – RDCAP Proposal
    • Phase I
      • Philips $33.4 million ($6.8 million for Philips & UH personnel, $10.65 million for equipment, and $15.9 million for R&D services).
      • Initially 5 new high-level Philips senior R&D staff
      • RDCAP $5 million to UH, and Case as fiscal agent, for equipment for the center
    • Possible Phase II
      • Additional Philips investment equal to or greater than Phase I
      • The potential of an additional 20 Philips R&D positions
      • Targeted Industry Attraction ?
      • Traditional incentives ?
  • Philips – RDCAP Proposal
    • Other GAIIC Possibilities
      • Eindhoven, The Netherlands – Philips headquarters, and location of the Center for Translational Molecular Medicine and partnerships with 4 medical centers/hospitals in the Netherlands and Germany
        • Qualifies for support through Europe’s $50 billion Framework 7 program
      • Haifa, Israel – over 200 R&D employees and partnerships with 3 medical centers/centers of excellence
        • Qualifies for support through Israel’s Office of the Chief Scientist
      • Suzhou, China – Imaging Systems Industrial Campus, 11/09
      • Additionally, Israel and China are both better located to serve emerging, and ultimately dominant, markets
  • RDCAP Commitment Recommendations
    • The University of Dayton Research Institute
      • US DOJ/NIJ $6 million – RDCAP $900,000
    • The University of Cincinnati
      • US DOE $130 million – RDCAP $7 million
    • NorTech/University of Akron
      • US DOE $45 million – RDCAP $5 million
    • Philips/University Hospitals
      • Philips $33.4 million – RDCAP $5 million