This Forum, held biennially since 2008 at Kennesaw State University, aims to connect leaders from the academic and industrial sectors in the chemical sciences.This program is co-sponsored by the
Innovating with Sustainable Chemistry
When: Friday November 16th, 2018, 8:00 - 3:00 pm.
Where: KSU Center, Room 300, 3333 Busbee Drive, Kennesaw, GA 30144
8.00 am Registration and continental breakfast
8.30 am Welcome & Introduction: Mark Mitchell & Jason Lye
9:00 am Mary Kirchoff, Director, Scientific Advancement Division
Keynote Address – “Sustainability through Green Chemistry”
10.00 am Chris Luettgen, GA Tech, Institute of Paper Technology – “Forest Products Manufacturing, Breakthrough Technologies for Improved Sustainability.”
10.45 am Networking Break
11.30 am Bill Bryant, Allnex – “Sustainability from a Commercial Perspective”
12.15 pm Lunch
1.15 pm Robin Rogers, University of Alabama - What is an appropriate academic business model to drive commercialization of sustainable technology?
2.00 pm Dan Daly, University of Alabama - “Entrepreneurship in Chemistry”
2.45 pm Wrap Up
3.00 pm Adjourn
Registration Fee: $60 (includes Breakfast and Lunch), Free parking
Pre-Registration is required: Send name, affiliation, email address, telephone number to email@example.com
Concept to Commercialization: A One-Day Workshop
Nobember 16, 2016 (8 am - 4 pm). Hosted by Kennesaw State University
Insights, Creativity Tools & Innovation – Jason Lye, Lyco Works Incorporated
Value Innovation (Satisfying Market Needs) – Terry Say, Say Consulting, LLC.
Toll manufacturing – lab to pilot to production – Mark Terry, ICT
Contract analytical services – Lisa Detter-Hoskin, GT Material Analysis Center
Tim Vander Wood, MVA Scientific Consultants
Application testing laboratories – commercial & academia – Jason Lye
IP Protection – Brian Shortell, Ballard Spahr LLP
Regulatory Requirements – Dan Newton, SOCMA
Start-Ups and Funding – Kirby Black, Epic BioVentures, LLC.
Partnering for Success – Ventures that Work for both Academia and Industry
November 5, 2014 (8:00 am - 4:00 pm) at the KSU Center
How can Georgia's chemical industries leverage the state's superb academic technological resources? And how can academia benefit from the enrichment brought by the commercial application of their research?
We are planning an interactive learning day, with a mixture of hands-on deal-making workshops, interactive talks, and discussions designed to illuminate the perspectives of each partner, where and how to identify collaborators, and always great networking.
Presentation files (PDF) provided below:
Creation of the Chemical Entrepreneur
Emerging Technologies in the Chemical Sciences