Tech Briefs Technology Webinar
November 12 - 2 PM EST
The following proposals to SSC Subtopics were selected for negotiation of $700k Phase II STTR proposals:
Innovative Imaging and Research Corporation
Building 1103, Suite 140C
Stennis Space Center, MS 39529-0001
Mary Pagnutti (228) 688-2452
University of Houston Clear Lake
2700 Bay Area Boulevard
Houston, TX 77058-1002
Energy Efficient LED Spectrally Matched Smart Lighting
Sustainable Innovations, LLC
160 Oak Street
Glastonbury, CT 06033-2336
Trent Molter (860) 652-9690
The University of Connecticut
438 Whitney Road Ext. Unit 1133
Storrs, CT 06033-9018
Hydrogen-Based Energy Conservation System
The Office of Chief Technologist at John C. Stennis Space Center (SSC) is responsible for research and development of new technologies, as well as the assessment, certification, and acquisition of technologies from the commercial, academic, and government sectors in order to improve safety, efficiency and the effectiveness of propulsion testing, earth science, and Stennis Space Center's institution.
Each year technology needs are identified at Stennis for potential projects. The Office of Chief Technologist at Stennis Space Center utilizes several types of programs to develop or enhance technologies to meet specific NASA needs. Click on the links below to find out more information about each of these projects.
Technology Transfer has always been an important part of the space program. The goal of Technology Transfer is to facilitate at the earliest opportunity the development of NASA mission-related technology through joint-development partnerships with industry, academia, and other Government agencies in order to reduce NASA’s technology life-cycle costs and to transfer NASA mission-related technology into the private sector to maximize the return on NASA technology investment for the benefit of the U.S. taxpayer. From aeronautics to medical technology, from communications to information technology, from sensors to environmental monitoring, NASA transfers cutting-edge technology that creates a more secure world and improves the quality of life at home.
Intellectual Property Management and Technology Transfer
The Office of Chief Technologist is also responsible for the identification and documentation of innovations and technologies developed during the activities of fulfilling the NASA mission. The Intellectual Property Manager within that office has responsibility for licensing of technologies that are the property of NASA Stennis.
The Technology Transfer responsibilities of the Intellectual Property Manager are:
NASA's New Technology Reporting System