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Ohio State Appoints Vice President of Economic and Corporate Engagement Ohio State has named Scott Osborne to the ongoing role of vice president of economic and corporate engagement. Osborne has led the Corporate Engagement Office (CEO) as interim vice president since August 2018. The office focuses on strategic partnerships, technology commercialization, new ventures, Smart Cities and economic development. Scott has led the office as it achieved a number of record-setting
Talk commercialization with the experts; visit office hours at CCTS and TDAI Have a question about protecting your invention, forming a startup or other parts of the commercialization process? Technology commercialization licensing managers have established office hours at various locations around campus to help answer your questions. We are here for you. Translational Data Analytics Institute (TDAI) 172 Pomerene Hall | Tuesdays from 1 – 3 p.m. Upcoming
The Ohio State University Smart Cities Research & Innovation Series Smart = Energy: How Energy is Related to Smart Mobility Join the energy and mobility experts from Ohio State for an inspired evening of interactive dialogue around the questions driving innovation in smart energy and mobility. What renewable energy sources are being used in transportation? How can we effectively move large numbers of people with electric vehicles? What technologies help
Corporate Engagement Office Appoints Associate Vice President of Technology Commercialization Kevin Taylor has joined The Ohio State University as associate vice president of technology commercialization in the Corporate Engagement Office. In this role, he leads Ohio State’s technology transfer team and works with researchers across the university to translate their innovations into commercial opportunities that will positively impact people’s lives and benefit the global community. Taylor’s career has spanned all
Smart Campus: Digital Transformation for Higher Ed Come learn ways higher education institutions can benefit from adopting smart campus strategies from institutions already planning in this space. Mike Hofherr, vice president and chief information officer Ohio State, will be joined by counterparts from Arizona State, Oral Roberts and Florida State, discussing each university’s smart campus initiatives. The event is hosted by Ohio State’s Corporate Engagement Office in partnership with Deloitte.
The Office of Research and the Corporate Engagement Office invite nominations for The Ohio State University 2018 Innovator of the Year awards. These awards recognize and celebrate outstanding innovation accomplishments of faculty, staff and students. Nominations are sought in the following categories: Innovator of the Year, Early Career Innovator of the Year and Next Generation Innovator of the Year. One award will be given in each category. The Innovator of
Educate, Engage and Empower Yourself During Mobility Week Mobility Week, being held October 15-19, is a coordinated effort to educate, engage and empower the campus community around the current options and future of mobility on campus and beyond. There are several opportunities provided throughout the week to get in on the movement to drive less and drive electric. As the winner of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) first-ever Smart
(Columbus, Ohio) – The Ohio State University is just one of eight universities worldwide to receive a gift of a 3D printer as a part of the GE Additive Education Program. The Concept Laser Mlab cusing R metal printing machine will be used to benefit students and education in the Welding Engineering program in Ohio State’s College of Engineering. Ohio State celebrated the transformative gift on April 30 by hosting
The U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) National SBIR Road Tour is coming to The Ohio State University on June 20, giving small businesses a coveted opportunity to learn firsthand about America’s largest seed fund. Through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, the Federal Government awards more than $2.5 billion annually to small businesses developing groundbreaking, high-risk technologies while taking no equity. The SBIR/STTR
For the past several years, the Committee on Intellectual Property, Patents, and Copyrights (IPPC) has been drafting a revised intellectual property policy for the university, its faculty, staff and students to help modernize a policy that has not been substantially updated or revised in several decades. The University’s Board of Trustees recently approved the updated policy – now called the Intellectual Property Policy – which will go into effect on