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Economic Development hosts many conferences, symposiums and workshops.  Below is a partial list of major events upcoming.  For the updated full schedule, please go to SBUED home page and view Calendar of Events:  http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/ecodev/index.html

Energy Business Opportunities in NY State at CEWIT on October 5, 2017

The Center for Integrated Electrical Energy Systems (CIEES) at Stony Brook University and the Center for Future Energy Systems (CFES) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute will be holding a one day Workshop on   “Energy Business Opportunities in NY State”, on October 5, 2017. The event, starting at 10:30 AM will be held at the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT)*, 1500 Stony Brook Rd, Stony Brook, NY 11794.

CIEES and CFES are a part of the New York State (NYS) network of Centers for Advanced Technology (CAT). The goal of this workshop is to enable the New York State energy businesses to learn how to leverage CIEES and CFES resources to boost   economic growth in the upcoming energy environment.  The workshop will start with a morning session outlining   the benefits that an energy   CAT   could provide to businesses, by showcasing specific examples of successful CAT-industry projects.

The afternoon sessions will include a series of panel discussions on current status and opportunities   that the evolution of the different energy areas offers. The targeted audience is the NYS businesses, utilities, policymakers and academic faculty.

To register, please follow the link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/workshop-on-energy-business-opportunities-in-ny-state-tickets-34972759465?ref=ebtnebregn  

For more information about CIEES go to our website: http://www.sbuciees.org/ 

For directions to CEWIT, please go tohttp://www.cewit.org/contact/Directions 

AEC 2018 returns to the national and international stage March 26, 27 & 28, 2018

The 10th Conference in New York State's Advanced Energy Series will once again be held in New York City - this time on Broadway's Great White Way in Times Square at the beautiful Marriott Marquis.

The Future of Energy is Here - our theme for AEC 2018, will demonstrate how the decades of research and development in renewables, batteries and other technologies are realizing their potential - here today - as vibrant sectors of our economy. Join us and celebrate our industry's achievements in new areas of power generation, witness promising new areas of research, and network with the leaders who are exploring those technologies and shaping global energy policies.

Plan now to be part of this exceptional Conference, as an attendee, sponsor or exhibitor. For information on sponsoring and exhibiting, contact Alan Morris at alan.morris@aertc.org or 516.268.4533.

Visit aertc.org/aec2018 for information on registration, hotel rates, location information, agenda, etc.

CEWIT 2017 

The CEWIT International Conference & Expo on Emerging Technologies for a Smarter World

Co-sponsored by IEEE and Stony Brook University, the CEWIT Conference continues its tradition of providing the premier international forum for presentations of original research results as well as the exchange and transfer of innovative applications of emerging technologies in infrastructure, healthcare, and energy — three of the most critical components of a smarter global environment. The CEWIT Conference features multiple parallel sessions on major vanguard themes including the Internet of Things; Cybersecurity; Big Data Analytics and Visualization; Health Technologies and Medical Devices; Smart Energy; Smart Urban Systems; and Information Technology and Society, with a focus on the concept of the Internet of Everything as a means to drive the intellectual discussion and to explore new capabilities, richer experiences, and unprecedented economic opportunities that exemplify the qualities of a smarter global environment.

Click here for CEWIT Conference info

Incubator Showcase

June 8, 2017

A joint effort by Stony Brook University's Centers of Excellence, Centers for Advanced Technology, Business Incubators and Development Centers, showcases one of the nation's most comprehensive suite of economic development programs and the technological innovations and entrepreneurial advances of the University's burgeoning community of member companies.

The Incubator Company Showcase will feature over 50 company exhibits and displays at the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) in Stony Brook University's Research and Development Park, providing ample time for valuable networking and one-on-one conversations with  our scope of biotechnology, energy, and information technology companies.

Find out what hundreds of companies have already discovered: Stony Brook University is the place to help your business grow.

Registration required: http://www.cewit.org/news/events/incubatorshowcase.php

AERTC Energy Symposium Series: Offshore Wind

May 5, 2017

This one-day event at the Montauk Yacht Club aims at educating VIP guests to the advantages of and advances in Off Shore Wind, one of the hottest topics in the State of New York, with a series of plenary sessions in the morning.  The day culminates with a boat trip out of Montauk, NY, to the first off-shore wind farm in the United States located off the shores of Block Island.  This is an invitation-only event.  For more information, please contact Kathleen Ferrell at kathleen.ferrell@stonybrook.edu

Long Island Innovation Boot Camp

March 22, 23 & 30, 2017

The Long Island Innovation Boot Camp was initiated at Stony Brook University to propel ideas past these barriers to new venture creation.  The two and a half day event teams experienced patent attorneys, business professionals and MBA students with the researchers around whose patented technologies new companies might be built.  The teams work hands-on through a series of modules structured to probe the commercial potential of a technology, ending with presentations to a panel of entrepreneurs and early stage investors.  The researchers/inventors walk away with the answers to two threshold questions: Can this technology become a saleable product, and do I want to be the entrepreneur who builds a company around it?

Since its inception in 2008, the Boot Camp – the Long Island event of the Pre-Seed Workshop (www.preseedworkshop.com), originated by Mark Wilson and Judy Albers – has analyzed over sixty technologies with the help of more than 130 regional professionals, and assisted in the formation of numerous technology start-up companies on Long Island.  The Boot Camp’s annual kickoff event is held in conjunction with the Long Island Technology Hall of Fame dinner every March to introduce the technology entrepreneurs of the future to their most successful predecessors.

Incubator CEO Rountable – CEWIT breakfast

April 13, 2017

8:00am-10:00am

The Incubator CEO Round Table Breakfast Series is designed in conjunction with our core Centers to accelerate business development and entrepreneurship within the Stony Brook University Incubator Program. Each session will be comprised of two components, a Stony Brook University incubator company CEO will speak on behalf of his/her most notable experiences as an entrepreneur, and outside experts to elaborate on topics that are of mutual interest to companies. Speakers will facilitate a discussion on both shared experiences and expertise and in turn, educate fellow entrepreneurs to grow better, more efficient, business models. The Series will act as a forum to connect our community of Stony Brook University entrepreneurs to exchange ideas while building more mutually beneficial relationships.

Session III Agenda:

  • 8:00amContinental Breakfast & Networking
  • 8:30am: Incubator CEO Talk: Challenges in Creating a New Enterprise; David Hershberg, CEO & Chairman, STS Global, Inc.
  • 9:00am: What is Patentable? When Not to Patent?; George Likourezos, Partner, Carter DeLuca Farrell & Schmidt LLP

Speakers:

  • David E. Hershberg, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, STS Global Inc.: David Hershberg, a telecommunication industry leader has over 40 years of experience in the telecommunication. He has recently sold Globecomm Systems Inc. which he founded in 1994 and was CEO for 19 years for $340 Million. During his tenure as Globecomm CEO, David Hershberg significantly grew the company infrastructure and service business and receive multiple entrepreneurial achievement awards. Previously he was also CEO of Satellite Transmission Systems a company he founded in 1976 that was sold for $120 Million when he left in 1994. Both companies employed over 400 people when he left.
  • George Likourezos, Partner, Carter DeLuca Farrell & Schmidt LLP: George Likourezos is a partner who joined the firm in 2002. His practice encompasses all aspects of patent, trademark and copyright law. He has expertise in analyzing patents and IP portfolios in connection with litigation, mergers and acquisitions, product clearance investigations, patentability studies, preparing legal opinions, and for advising R&D teams.  His clients are involved in a wide range of technologies from communication systems and computer architecture to the electromechanical arts and software. His trademark practice includes all phases of trademark prosecution, including preparing trademark opinions, non-disclosure, and licensing agreements. Mr. Likourezos has over 20 years of experience procuring IP protection for inventors, small businesses, universities and corporate clients, including many Fortune 500 companies. Naturally talented in math and science, his studies led him to simultaneously earn a B.S. in electrical engineering and an M.S. in Operations Management at Polytechnic University (now NYU Tandon School of Engineering). Mr. Likourezos earned his J.D. at Touro Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center.

Long Island Innovation Boot Camp

March 22, 23 & 30, 2017

The Long Island Innovation Boot Camp was initiated at Stony Brook University to propel ideas past these barriers to new venture creation.  The two and a half day event teams experienced patent attorneys, business professionals and MBA students with the researchers around whose patented technologies new companies might be built.  The teams work hands-on through a series of modules structured to probe the commercial potential of a technology, ending with presentations to a panel of entrepreneurs and early stage investors.  The researchers/inventors walk away with the answers to two threshold questions: Can this technology become a saleable product, and do I want to be the entrepreneur who builds a company around it?

Since its inception in 2008, the Boot Camp – the Long Island event of the Pre-Seed Workshop (www.preseedworkshop.com), originated by Mark Wilson and Judy Albers – has analyzed over sixty technologies with the help of more than 130 regional professionals, and assisted in the formation of numerous technology start-up companies on Long Island.  The Boot Camp’s annual kickoff event is held in conjunction with the Long Island Technology Hall of Fame dinner every March to introduce the technology entrepreneurs of the future to their most successful predecessors.

Hack@CEWIT  - IoT & MICROSERVICES

FEBRUARY 17-19, 2017

In celebration of the upcoming National Engineers Week and George Washington's birthday, the nation's first engineer, the New York State Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology will host its inaugural region-wide, interdisciplinary student hackathon, Hack@CEWIT, focusing on industry-relevant internet of things (IoT) and microservices challenges in the Center’s 100,000 s.f., next-generation research and education facility — at Stony Brook University.

As strengthening the technology and engineering workforce pipeline is an integral component of CEWIT’s three-fold mission, Hack@CEWIT will bridge university brainpower with regional industry priorities, investigating innovative, next-generation solutions while advancing tech literacy and fostering new enterprise development.

Hack@CEWIT is designed in conjunction with our core industry partners, sponsors, and member entrepreneurs to select scenarios that will have a direct, real-world application to their product portfolios. A lab-to-marketplace approach that is largely representative of CEWIT and one that provides a valuable educational resource for our students and regional business community.​  More Information: http://www.cewit.org/hack/

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