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A Non Credit Model For Real Life Technology Transfer Experience For Cross Disciplinary Student Teams

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Conference

2006 Annual Conference & Exposition

Location

Chicago, Illinois

Publication Date

June 18, 2006

Start Date

June 18, 2006

End Date

June 21, 2006

ISSN

2153-5965

Conference Session

IP and Supporting Student Startups

Tagged Division

Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation

Page Count

8

Page Numbers

11.88.1 - 11.88.8

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https://peer.asee.org/1034

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27

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Paul Swamidass Auburn University

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Paul M. Swamidass, Auburn University.
Dr. Paul Swamidass is Professor of Operations Management in the College of Business, and the Director of the Thomas Walter Center for Technology Management, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, Auburn University. Under his direction, the Center runs an Internship program for engineering and business graduate students who evaluate Auburn University inventions for commercialization. He has published over 80 papers and proceedings, two books and an encyclopedia. He has presented in national and regional ASEE conferences before.

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Brian Wright Auburn University

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Brian Wright, Auburn University.
Dr. Brian Wright is the Associate Director for Commercialization in the Office of Technology Transfer, Auburn University. As associate director, he works with and assists the technology transfer officers on various projects, oversees initiatives to reach out to industry and other research institutions, and markets, negotiates and licenses technologies from Auburn's research laboratories. For more than two years, he has worked closely with the Thomas Walter Center in commercializing selected Auburn inventions.

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2006-1798: A NON-CREDIT MODEL FOR REAL-LIFE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIENCE FOR CROSS-DISCIPLINARY STUDENT TEAMS

Paul M. Swamidass, Auburn University

Dr. Paul Swamidass is Professor of Operations Management in the College of Business, and the Director of the Thomas Walter Center for Technology Management, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, Auburn University. Under his direction, the Center runs an Internship program for engineering and business graduate students who evaluate Auburn University inventions for commercialization. He has published over 80 papers and proceedings, two books and an encyclopedia. He has presented in national and regional ASEE conferences before.

Brian Wright, Auburn University

Dr. Brian Wright is the Associate Director for Commercialization in the Office of Technology Transfer, Auburn University. As associate director, he works with and assists the technology transfer officers on various projects, oversees initiatives to reach out to industry and other research institutions, and markets, negotiates and licenses technologies from Auburn's research laboratories. For more than two years, he has worked closely with the Thomas Walter Center in commercializing selected Auburn inventions.

Swamidass, P., & Wright, B. (2006, June), A Non Credit Model For Real Life Technology Transfer Experience For Cross Disciplinary Student Teams Paper presented at 2006 Annual Conference & Exposition, Chicago, Illinois. https://peer.asee.org/1034

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