2021 Virtual Innovate New Mexico Technology Showcase

AGENDA

Tuesday, March 2, 2021 & Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Online (Zoom)

Technology Presentations (Click to Join Zoom Meeting)
March 2, 2021, 10:15am-11:45am
Moderated by Mary Monson, Sr. Manager, Technology Partnerships and Business Development, Sandia National Laboratories

  • 10:15am Fluid-Infused Elastomers for Improved Resistance to Degradation in High Temperature Applications, Erica Redline (Sandia)
  • 10:30 am Pressure-induced synthesis of highly uniform metal nanostructures, Hongyou Fan (Sandia)
  • 10:45am  Adaptimize: Smarter and Faster UAV/drone Radiation Mapping for Enhanced Decision Making, Tony Shin (LANL)
  • 11:00am Integrated Trigger PCSS, Joseph Teague (AFRL)
  • 11:15am Separation Unit for Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Remediation, Dr. Reza Foudazi, Associate Professor, Chemical and Materials Engineering (NMSU)
  • 11:30am In-line Angular Optical Multi-Point Scatterometry for Nanomanufacturing Systems, Juan J. Faria-Briceno, Post-Doctoral Fellow, (UNM) Click here to learn more.

Company Presentations (Click to Join Zoom Meeting)
March 2, 2021, 10:15am-11:45am
Moderated by David Kistin, Manager, Technology and Economic Development, Sandia National Laboratories

  • 10:15am Osazda Energy, Sang Han, Chief Technical Officer
  • 10:30am NASA White Sands Test Facility Technology Update, Joe Bullington, Commercialization Manager, Jacobs Technology
  • 10:45am Build with Robots Inc., Chris Ziomek, CEO and Matthew Ennis, CSO
  • 11:00am Identification of Volatile Organic Compounds using Tandem Differential Mobility Spectrometry, G.A. Eiceman, President, GP Ionics, LLC.
  • 11:15am SoniView: See the Unseen in your Production Processes, Eric Davis, LANL
  • 11:30am OptiPulse, Mathis Shinnick, COO

11:45am-12:00pm Brief Remarks by Jennifer Sinsabaugh, New Mexico MEP (Click to Join Zoom Meeting)

 

12:00-1:00 pm   Virtual Networking (Click to Join to Zoom Meeting) – Visit with presenters of technologies and companies (Open Conversations)

 

Virtual Networking will be done with Zoom breakout rooms by self selection. Please note you will need the Zoom Client.  Further instructions for participating in Zoom breakout rooms is available by clicking here.

Technology Presentations (Click to Join to Zoom Meeting)
March 3, 2021, 10:15am-11:45am
Moderated by Matt O’Brien, ‎Technology Business Specialist, Air Force Research Laboratory

  • 10:15am EnPeel: High Yield Recovery of Plastic Waste, Tatyana Elkin (LANL)
  • 10:30am Inhibition of Cellular Uptake to Treat Bacterial Infections, Larry Sklar (UNM) Click here to learn more.
  • 10:45am Multifunctional Central Pattern Generator-Based Neuromimetic Control Systems, Jeremy Wojcik (AFRL)
  • 11:00am Bio-inspired Cancer Vaccines, Rita Serda (UNM) Click here to learn more.
  • 11:15am Novel Vascular Access Device, Sam Pedrotty and Gus Pedrotty (UNM) Click here to learn more.
  • 11:30am ScFv Antibodies as Non-opioid Therapeutic for Pain Management, Karin High (UNM) Click here to learn more.

 

Company Presentations (Click to Join Zoom Meeting)
March 3, 2021, 10:15am-11:45am
Moderated by Mariann Johnston, Project Manager, Feynman Center for Innovation,  Los Alamos National Laboratory

  • 10:15am Nobhill Therapeutics, Yun Li, CEO
  • 10:30am BennuBio, Matthew Hess, COO
  • 10:45am Just Breathe Free LLC , Antonio ("Tony") García, Ph.D. & George W. Lucky Professor of Chemical Engineering, NMSU
  • 11:00am GPER G-1, John Elling, CEO
  • 11:15am RS21, Angelica Bruhnke, Division President, RS21 Health Lab
  • 11:30am BioSafe Defenses, David Whitten, CEO & Scientific Advisor

11:45am-12:00pm Closing Remarks by Lisa Kuuttila, CEO & Chief Economic Development Officer, UNM Rainforest Innovations (Click to Join Zoom Meeting)

 

12:00-1:00 pm   Virtual Networking (Click to Join Zoom Meeting) – Visit with presenters of technologies and companies (Open Conversations)

 

Virtual Networking will be done with Zoom breakout rooms by self selection. Please note you will need the Zoom Client.  Further instructions for participating in Zoom breakout rooms is available by clicking here.

Check out these technologies from NASA Johnson Space Center!

 

Innovate New Mexico Partners

Air Force Research Laboratory

Air Force Research Laboratory is the Air Force’s only organization wholly dedicated to leading the discovery, development and integration of warfighting technologies for our air, space and cyberspace.
http://www.afrlnewmexico.com

Arrowhead Center - New Mexico State University

The Office of Intellectual Property & Technology Transfer within Arrowhead Center protects, manages, and commercializes the creative products of NMSU.
http://arrowheadcenter.nmsu.edu/technologies/

NASA Johnson Space Center

Johnson Space Center (JSC) has unique expertise in many areas, including: Artificial Intelligence and Human-computer Interface, Life Sciences, Human Space Flight Operations, Avionics, Sensors, and Communications.
https://technology.jsc.nasa.gov/

NASA White Sands Test Facility

NASA's White Sands Test Facility is a component of Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. A self-contained facility with medical, fire and hazardous rescue personnel, we test and evaluate potentially hazardous materials, spaceflight components, and rocket propulsion systems for NASA centers, other government agencies, and commercial industry.
https://www.nasa.gov/centers/wstf/index_new.html

New Mexico Tech

NMT is a nationally-recognized research university.
http://www.nmt.edu

Los Alamos National Laboratory

LANL’s fundamental science activities include: high-energy and applied physics and theory, high-performance computing, dynamic and energetic materials science, superconductivity, quantum information, advanced materials, bioinformatics, theoretical and computational biology, chemistry, earth and environmental science, alternative energy systems, and engineering sciences and applications.
http://www.lanl.gov/projects/feynman-center/

Sandia National Laboratories

Sandia’s core capabilities reside in 4 broad areas: systems engineering and integration, high-performance computing and modeling and simulation, extreme-environment testing at unique facilities, and nanotechnologies and microsystems.
https://ip.sandia.gov

UNM Rainforest Innovations

University of New Mexico's Technology Transfer and Economic Development Arm.
https://innovations.unm.edu/technologies/technology-portfolio/