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Technology Ventures Corporation Deal Stream Summit 2012

  1. 1. TECHNOLOGY VENTURES CORPORATION’S DEAL STREAM SUMMIT serves as a vehicle to facilitate private invest- ment partnerships among developers of emerging technologies in the laboratory, private sector and investment community. Through the years, this conference—previously known as the Equity Capital Symposium—has provided opportunities for hundreds of companies to receive funding and has fueled the commercialization of laboratory R&D and IP. Of the companies that presented at this forum, some 30 percent have received funding, which is a remarkable record. WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Venture capitalists, corporate investors, startup executives, R&D scientists and researchers, DOE laboratory officials, tech transfer executives from federal laboratories, licensing officers, private equity investors, corporate develop- ment and new business development executives, corporate counsel. The Summit provides a stimulating platform for the presentation of intriguing and important new technologies as well as keynote addresses and pertinent panel discussions.PRESENTERS :Multiple Cellular Services and Small is Big Intelligence in the CloudIncreased Mobile Coverage HT Microanalytical, Inc. Rival Theory, Inc.Asgard Enterprises, LLC Commercializing the worlds smallest Pioneering cloud-based adaptive reusableCommercializing a multi SIM cellular electromechanical switches uniquely capable AI characters for smart toys, video games,telephone that will have multiple cellular of hot switch and harsh environment and interactive and increased mobile coverage survivability needed in the automotive,capabilities. medical, defense and industrial applications. A Green Solution to Paint and Adhesive RemovalA Boost For Your Ride A Machine to Clean Produced Tecknikem, LLCEnerPulse, Inc. Water RockinBoat, LLC brings a new coating andCommercializing a proven replacement for IX Power, LLC adhesive stripping solvent to the market thatengine spark plugs that delivers "plug-and- IX Power OrganiClear™ is a component- is safer and more environmentally friendlyplay" improvements in fuel economy, tailpipe based machine that eliminates organic with a wide range of applications.emissions and torque for OEMs and compounds from produced water withoutconsumers. increasing the waste stream. Revolutionary “Light Engines” Trilumina CorporationIdentifying Food Risks Safer and Higher Performance Our light engines revolutionize the wayFood Sentry, LLC Biomedical Devices humans and devices connect by deliveringFood Sentry’s suite of services gives the Original Biomedical Implants, Inc. information of exceedingly high speedsconsumer and corporate buyers decision OBI is commercializing a new generation of and power.aids to make safe food selections. biomedical devices that will provide longer, safer, and better implant performance for the healthcare industry.PARADE OF DOE LAB POSTERS : Oak Ridge National Laboratory • Scalable Technology for High-Quality Large Area Graphene Sheets • Wireless Charging System for Electric VehiclesArgonne National Laboratory • Carbon Fiber Manufacturing via Plasma and Microwave Processing• Enhanced Renewable Methane Production System • Screening Tool for Providers of Synthetic Double Stranded DNA• Technology for On-Site Detection of Bovine Mastitis-Causing Pathogens • Super Energy Saver Ground Source Heat Pump• The Economical Remediation of Plastic Waste into Advanced Carbon Nanotubes and Carbon Spheres Sandia National Laboratories• Compact, Economical, High-Yield Electron Linac for Mo-99 and Other • Surface Mounted Neutron Generators Medical Radio-isotopes• The Economical Manufacturing of Nano-Coatings on Ultra-Fine Powders Savannah River National Laboratory • BioTiger (Biological Enhancement of Hydrocarbon Extraction)Brookhaven National Laboratory • Suppressing Tin Whisker Growth in Lead-Free Solders and Platings• Room Temperature Radiation Detectors for Oil & Gas Exploration • Porous-Walled Hollow Glass Microspheres• Titanium Dioxide for UV-Protective Coatings• Inorganic Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells Y-12 National Security Complex • Omni Jaw 5; 5 Tons of Force, 1 Easy TriggerLos Alamos National Laboratory • Controlling Grain Structure in Nonferrous Metals Through Magnetic• A Novel Ultrasound-Based, Three Dimensional Tomography System with Manufacturing the Potential to Improve Overall Breast Cancer Screening and Assessment • TiBor Skin – High-Hardness Coating• Light-Up Nanocluster Probes for Nucleic Detection • IR Debonding: A Safer and Greener Way for DisassemblyFacilitating Technology Commercialization & Innovation from DOE Federal Laboratories
  2. 2. THE PROGRAM : REGISTER NOW AT TECHVENTURES.ORGTuesday, April 312:00 – 3:00pm Registration and Networking 12:15 – 1:30pm Luncheon Reception & Keynote Presentation Paul Hommert, Ph.D. (invited), President and Laboratories3:00 – 4:00pm Inventing the Future: Accelerating Lab Science Director, Sandia National Laboratories into Commercial Products Members of the corporate innovation and venture Government’s Position to Cultivate Innovation community and DOE technology transfer experts and Drive Investment Partnerships identify their best practices for partnering to adapt The Honorable Bart J. Gordon, U.S. House of Representa- laboratory technologies for the marketplace. tives, Chairman, Science and Technology Committee (Retired) Moderator: James F. Groelinger, Executive Director 1:30 – 3:00pm Corporate Case Study Illustrations: DOE Innova- Clean Energy Alliance tion Partnering at Work Panelists: Kim Sanchez Rael, General Partner, Flywheel Each study includes one corporate panelist and one DOE Ventures • Thomas A. Berg, Director, Commercializa- laboratory expert who discuss successful innovation tion and Partnerships, Y-12 National Security Complex partnership models. • John Mott, Team Leader, Licensing Group Los Alamos National Laboratory • Steve McMaster, Moderator: Amy Cosper, Editor-in-Chief, Entrepreneur Magazine Director, Technology Deployment, Idaho National Study #1: Argonne National Laboratory and ADM Laboratory • Thomas Gillspsie, Partner, In-Q-Tel Seth W. Snyder, Ph.D., Section Leader, Energy Systems, Argonne National Laboratory4:00 – 5:00pm Technology Parade of DOE Lab Posters Rishi Shukla, Ph.D., Global Technology Leader, ADM Study #2: Brookhaven National Laboratory and R3 Sciences5:00 – 7:00pm Reception Kimberley Elcess, Ph.D.,Principal Licensing Specialist, Remarks by Mayor RIchard Berry Brookhaven National Laboratory David O. Trahan, President and CTO, R3 Sciences Study #3: Sandia National Laboratories and EmcoreWednesday, April 4 Jerry A. Simmons, Ph.D., Senior Manager, Semiconductor and Optical Sciences, Sandia National Laboratories7:00 – 8:30am Registration and Breakfast Hong Hou, Ph.D., President and CEO, Emcore8:30 – 8:45am Opening Remarks 3:00 – 3:30pm Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break Russ Frew, Vice President, Programs and Technology Lockheed Martin 3:30 – 5:30pm Presenting Company Showcase8:45 - 9:15am Opening Keynote Presentation 5:30 – 7:30pm Cocktail Reception Pamela Contag, Ph.D., CEO, Cygnet Biofuels Founding Director, Startup America Thursday, April 59:15 – 9:45am Views From The Valley - Keynote Presentations Cleantech Investing: Truths and Realities 7:30 – 9:00am Breakfast Reception Will Colman, General Partner, Mohr Davidow Ventures 9:00 – 9:45am Keynote Presentation:9:45 – 10:15am Lean Investing in Fat Industries Skunkworks®: Breaking the Rules and Igniting Randy Hawks, General Partner, Claremont Creek Ventures Innovation Alton D. Romig, Jr., Ph.D., Vice President and General10:15 – 10:45am Morning Networking & Refreshment Break Manager of Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics10:45 – 11:30am Keynote Presentation: Increasing Our National Laboratories 9:45 – 10:30am Sowing The Seeds of Technology Commercialization: Innovation Potential Angel Investing Examined Curt Carlson, Ph.D., President and CEO, SRI International Moderator: Richard Miller, Vice President,11:30 – 12:15pm Fueling Commercialization: Partnership National Association of Seed and Venture Funds Approaches to Accelerate Innovation Charles Russomanno, Program Manager, SBIR Phase III Panelists will speak on investment approaches in Xlerator Program, DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and federally funded laboratories. Renewable Energy John Chavez, President, New Mexico Angels Panelists: Louis P. Berneman, Founding Partner, Osage University Partners • Dennis Merens, Managing 10:30 -11:15am Closing Keynote Director, Dow Venture Capital, The Dow Chemical Co. • Andrew Garman, Partner, New Venture Partners • 11:15am Conference Adjourns Erik Stenehjem, Ph.D., Director, Industrial Partnerships, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory REGISTER BY MARCH 16TH $595 A $200 DISCOUNT For further information, call Michelle Mang at 505.843.4110. The event hotel, Hyatt Tamaya Resort, near Albuquerque fills up quickly. Please visit to register and to reserve Mang at 505-843-4110. of $125.00. Visit for more information. Or, call Michelle your hotel room group rate
  3. 3. PRESENTED BY TECHNOLOGY VENTURES CORPORATION IN STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS FORUM, INC.THE SPONSORS: GOLD SILVER MEDIA SPONSOR SUPPORTING PARTNER BRONZE ARCHANGEL ANGEL Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck • Clean Energy Alliance • New Mexico Angels New Mexico Community Capital • New Mexico Venture Capital Association • Santa Fe Business Incubator, Inc. Savannah River National Laboratory VENTURER Please visit to register