U.S. - FSU Partnering Models

Wednesday 6 August
10:00 am to Noon
SPIE Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA - August 3-8, 2003

The CRDF will highlight grants programs and activities that build on the broad support for all disciplines of science and technology throughout the former Soviet Union (FSU). The CRDF's Industry Programs permit a U.S. company and FSU organization to explore new opportunities, establish partnerships, and develop commercial ventures through cooperative Research and Development (R&D). The CRDF runs programs that introduce FSU scientists to U.S. companies and funds more substantial R&D collaborations. This session will feature several successful R&D collaborations from current and past U.S. and FSU grant participants.


Christopher Hilton, Program Manager, Industry Travel and Training Programs, U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation, Arlington, VA, "Overview of Industry Funding Opportunities for U.S. Companies and FSU Scientists"

Dr. Aris Silzars, Winsor Corporation, Seattle, WA and Dr. Alexander Rakhimov, High Technologies Ltd., Moscow, Russia, "CRDF as a Tool for Developing Technology to Meet the Market"

Drs. Marvin Klein, Lasson Technologies, Inc., Culver City, CA and Dr. Konstantin Shcherbin, Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences, Kyiv, Ukraine, "Adaptive Receivers for Laser Ultrasonics Using Photorefractive CdTe"

The U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization authorized by the U.S. Congress and established by the National Science Foundation in 1995. The CRDF supports scientific and technical collaboration between the United States and the countries of the former Soviet Union through grants, technical resources, and training. The foundation also promotes the transition of weapons scientists to civilian work to help reduce the global spread of weapons of mass destruction. The CRDF is based i

Contact: Jenee Petersen
U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation

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