October 4th, CenSSIS held its annual Research and Industrial Collaboration
Conference (RICC). The goal of this conference is to foster in-depth
dialog between members of the academic, industrial and government
The topic of this year's RICC was Technology Transfer. In the morning
presentations on several successful joint proposals
that CenSSIS has spearheaded over the past year, such as the suicide
bomber detection project currently under negotiation with the Department
of Homeland Security, were given.
A panel on advanced optical technology followed the first session. CenSSIS
researchers and industry members discussed recent advances in
optical technology and directions for future work.
A naming ceremony in honor of the $20 million gift that CenSSIS received this summer from Bernard
Gordon, founder of Analogic Corporation and co-founder of NeuroLogica
Corporation concluded the morning.
afternoon focused on student research. Potential industrial applications of student research were reflected in oral and poster presentations.
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