Technology Transfer Days (TTD) NY 2020 has been rescheduled to Monday September 20 through Friday September 24 2021. There is currently an open call for participation until May 1 2021. Submit your presentation proposals to: technologytransferdays (@) gmail.com .
Technology Transfer Days (TTD) Innovation Symposium Days include TechTalks, IntroTalks, Mentor Round Tables, Workshops, Demos, Posters, Open Networking, Facilitated Networking, Break Out Meetings.
Technology Transfer Days (TTD) are community volunteer, participatory, collaborative learning "driving innovation" opportunities, often week-long marathon meetups where guest participant technology transfer, innovation, research, mentors, entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, inventors, emerging technology, subject matter experts (SME), and Science & Technology (S&T) Communities from industry, academia, government, nonprofit, public-private partnerships, and community groups meet to discuss and learn about challenges, requirements, needs, new developments, and opportunities in technology transfer innovation ecosystems.
Technology Transfer Days (TTD) Meetup is where you will find program information, message board, discussion forum, and mailing list.
We invite guest participants from industry, non profit, government, universities, public-private partnerships, incubators, accelerators, generators, and individuals working in innovation, technology transfer, commercialization, Science & Technology (S&T), Technology Transfer, Innovation, and entrepreneurship communities to present their known needs and requirements. We also invite participants interested in learning about opportunities and addressing known and unknown solutions to the needs and requirements in an inclusive urban collaborative learning experience. TTDs are not conferences or trade shows. TTDs are designed as participatory inclusive collaborative learning experiences driving innovation, inspired and modeled in part by Technology Transfer, Innovation, Science & Technology (S&T) Communities, and NPS JIFX program including their fundamental tenets:
• Austere by Design
• Collaboration is Expected
• Bounded, Not Controlled
• Inclusive by Default
• Develop. Now.
In addition to borrowing from above NPS JIFX tenets, we added the following for own TTD tenets: