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OAI, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Accelerating Innovation, Michael L. Heil, ASA, Aerospace States Association

OAI, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Accelerating Innovation, Michael L. Heil, ASA, Aerospace States Association

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  • 1. Michael L. Heil, Ph.D., P.E. President and CEOOhio Aerospace Institute michaelheil@oai.org (440) 962-3001 www.oai.org Overview for ASA Ohio Aerospace Institute Accelerating Innovation
  • 2. Accelerating Innovation 1OAI’s Mission To build Ohio’s aerospace economy throughResearch & Technology Education & Collaboration & Development Training Innovative Solutions
  • 3. Accelerating Innovation 3 History & Background•  Private, not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) founded in 1989•  First NASA-associated collaborative Institute chartered to foster relationships between universities, aerospace industries, and government organizations•  Strong support from: –  NASA Glenn Research Center –  Wright Patterson Air Force Base - Air Force Research Laboratory –  Ohio research universities –  State of Ohio OAI –  Aerospace industry Dayton•  More than $241M in secured funding•  More than 300 federal awards•  Revenue $17.3M (FY ’10)•  More than 70 employees in two locations –  Cleveland HQ (Adjacent to NASA Glenn) –  Dayton – adjacent to Wright-Patterson AFB
  • 4. Accelerating Innovation 4OAI Leadership Team Michael L. Heil, Ph.D., P.E. President and CEO Ann O. Heyward Donald W. Majcher Tony H. Smith, Sr. VP, Research and VP, Technology and VP, Finance andEducational Programs Innovation Partnerships Operations
  • 5. Accelerating Innovation 5 Revenue$ Millions C-399 9/23/02
  • 6. Accelerating Innovation 6FY10 Revenues $17.453M (Audited)
  • 7. Accelerating Innovation 7FY10 Expenses $17.148M (Audited)
  • 8. Accelerating Innovation 8Sources of Funds (FY10) Industry 7% Other 4% OAI Grant &State of Ohio Contract Funds: 1% 60.2% NASA (GRC, HQ, Goddard, Other) 32.9% DoD, DoC Grants/Contracts 88% 6.9% Non-Federal OAI does not receive operating support from NASA; All NASA funding is through procurement awards for specific programs or research efforts.
  • 9. Accelerating Innovation 9OAI Dean’s CommitteeSeptember 1988•  “The Engineering Deans of Ohio Universities recommend that the Ohio Aerospace Institute be established to focus and continue to improve and develop the state’s strengths and capabilities to play a major role in the evolving opportunities in the aerospace field. The institute is envisioned as a strong partnership of Ohio Universities, government laboratories, and industries…”
  • 10. Accelerating Innovation 10OAI Dean’s CommitteeSeptember 1988•  OAI is envisioned as a world class center devoted to aerospace related research, graduate and continuing education and industrial assistance and technology utilization… it will: –  Provide a shared facility for the state’s academic community promoting collaborative scholarly research and training in aerospace technologies •  Research performed by full time and visiting faculty, industry guest researchers working with NASA researchers •  OAI will offer aerospace-related grad level courses… acceptable for academic credit to participating universities. OAI will not grant degrees. •  Distance learning connections to NASA, AFRL, universities, industry •  Thanks to OAI, participating universities will be able to more successfully compete for projects and funding –  Accelerate aerospace technology transfer to industry –  Promote the development and growth of high technology enterprise
  • 11. Accelerating Innovation 11OAI Board of Trustees•  Up to twenty –  Six Academic Trustees serving three year terms from Ohio research universities: Universities of Akron, Toledo, Cincinnati, and Dayton; Cleveland State University, Ohio State University, Wright State University, Ohio University, Case Western Reserve University, and Air Force Institute of Technology (non-voting) –  Up to six Industry Trustees •  GE Aviation, Timken, Parker Hannifin, Goodrich, NetJets •  Battelle –  Up to three Independent Trustees –  Up to five Ex officio Trustees •  Ohio Board of Regents •  Ohio Department of Development •  NASA Glenn Research Center (non-voting) •  President
  • 12. OAI Members Industry SponsorsEADS (EADSNorth America,Airbus Americas)
  • 13. OAI Small Business Network SilicoAequant, LLC Mold Masters International Sparton ElectronicsApplied Technologies, Inc. Mound Laser & Photonics Center, Inc. Spectral EnergiesAuburn Twin Oaks (MLPC) TechmetalsElyria Manufacturing Corp. Nanovat Institute TechnigraphicsFiberSystems Group Polyflow LLC Terasphere LLCHuman Performance Consulting Precision Made Products, LLC Treble One, LLCGroup, LLC Precision Metalsmiths, Inc. Trec Industries, Inc.Invariant Laboratories LLC PRESCO, Inc. X-R-I TestingLake Shore Cryotronics, Inc. Quality Services, Inc. Zolo Technologies Sea Air Space Machining & Molding, LLC Sierra Lobo
  • 14. Accelerating Innovation 0 Partners & Members OAI membership includes: •  NASA Glenn Research Center •  19 market-leading aerospace companies •  53 small or emerging Research & Technology businesses Education & Training •  10 universities, all of whichNetworking & Information offer PhD degrees in Exchange aerospace-related engineering and research
  • 15. Accelerating Innovation 1 Research & Technology: Sponsored Research •  OAI’s specialized Research Teams: –  Computational Modeling –  Materials –  Structures –  Turbomachinery & Propulsion SystemsResearch & –  Space Science and Exploration TechnologiesTechnologyEducation & Training OAI ResearchersNetworking & Information DEGREES Exchange Other Areas of expertise include: B.S. 5.2% aerospace engineering, 15.8% materials science, chemistry, M.S. mathematics, physics, and 7.9% electrical, mechanical and chemical engineering, and Ph.D. other disciplines. 71.1%
  • 16. Accelerating Innovation 2 Success Story: AeroAcoustics Research Consortium (AARC) •  Pre-competitive research on –  Engine noise prediction –  Mitigation & measurementResearch &Technology •  Boeing, Honeywell, Education & NASA Glenn, Pratt & Whitney Training and Rolls-RoyceCollaboration & Information Exchange •  5:1 leverage for all partners •  In its 10th successful year •  Sponsored 44 research efforts and 11 workshops to date, nationally/internationally
  • 17. Accelerating Innovation 3Ohio Aerospace Day – March 10, 2011
  • 18. Accelerating Innovation 4Ohio Aerospace Working Group•  Informal collaboration of eight Ohio regional economic development organizations, OAI, and ODOD•  Goals:1.  Collect feedback from the Ohio Congressional Delegation on aerospace challenges and opportunities that are important to the Delegation2.  Increase the awareness of the importance and capabilities of aerospace in Ohio, and the impact of aerospace on economic growth in Ohio3.  Provide assistance and serve as a resource to make the Ohio Congressional Delegation as effective and influential on aerospace challenges and opportunities as other benchmark states4.  Achieve unified, coordinated bipartisan support on critical cross-regional aerospace challenges and opportunities in Ohio
  • 19. Accelerating Innovation 5Regional Aerospace Leadership Greater Cleveland Toledo Regional Youngs- Partnership Growth Partnership town Warren Regional Chamber Heath-Newark-Licking County Port Authority Dayton TechGROWTH- Development Columbus Athens Coalition PartnershipCincinnati USAPartnership TechGROWTH- Athens
  • 20. Accelerating Innovation 6 Education & Training Helps partner and member organizations Research & TechnologyEducation & TrainingCollaboration & Fill the gaps Secure & Build critical Information Exchange in Ohio’s develop skills among current future workers aerospace workforce workforce
  • 21. Accelerating Innovation 7 Success Story: Education & Training The Ohio Space Grant Consortium •  23 Ohio institutions of higher learning –  More than $4.1M in scholarships and fellowships to date •  Supports students pursuing degrees in Research & Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Technology and allied educationEducation & Training •  Over 500 undergraduate scholarshipsCollaboration & awarded since inception Information Exchange •  Over 150 graduate fellowships awarded since inception •  OSGC has touched every Ohio county and Congressional district •  www.osgc.org
  • 22. Accelerating Innovation 8 Education & Training: Inspiring Future Aerospace Workforce •  Student internships •  Scholarships/Fellowships •  Research in residency Research & TechnologyEducation & TrainingCollaboration & Information Exchange
  • 23. Accelerating Innovation 9Collaborative Projects:OhioView•  Consortium of 12 Ohio Universities formed in 1996 to: - Discover/create new remote sensing applications from satellite data - Create new education programs in remote sensing - Disseminate remote sensing knowledge to local government organizations, industry & public - Funded by NASA, USBR, USDA - $850K to date in support of participating universities
  • 24. Accelerating Innovation 10 Student and Faculty Development: Ohio Aerospace Internship Program •  OAI’s “Ohio Aerospace Internship Program” is funded as an Ohio Third Frontier Internship Program – now entering its 5th year •  Over 100 Ohio college/university/resident students have been placed in aerospace-focused internships throughout the State of Ohio •  OAI leverages its activities in Ohio Space Grant Consortium, NASA Internship Program to recruit and build awareness“The Third Frontier Internship program has allowed us to accelerateour company’s progress toward getting ISO-certified. The fundingprovided by the state gave us the flexibility we needed to hire twointerns for the summer. We got many of our manufacturing processesdocumented and made improvements in our automation software.The students also benefited--with experience in manufacturing andquality control to augment their resumes and guide their careers.This program is invaluable to small manufacturers like ourselves, andIt provides meaningful jobs to engineering students in ouruniversities…We were very pleased to participate, andwill continue to take advantage of this program.”Priscilla Diem, P.E.Business Development, COTS
  • 25. Accelerating Innovation 11 Networking & Events •  Over 300 regional, national and international events, gatherings and seminars hosted annually –  Solve problems and promote the exchange Research & of ideas Technology Education & –  Secure funding and build partnerships Training •  Expand capabilitiesCollaboration & Information Exchange –  Produce tangible results •  Create marketable research & technology
  • 26. Accelerating Innovation 12 SupplierAllan McArtor Summit Senator, Sherrod BrownChairman, Airbus Monday, December 7, 2009Americas, Inc. Hosted by: The Ohio Aerospace Institute 22800 Cedar Point Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44142