Vermont’s colleges and universities are some of the state’s most active innovation hubs. The high-level research taking place at the University of Vermont produces several patents each year and has resulted in a number of commercially viable enterprises. And the cutting-edge cyber security projects connected with Norwich University through its Applied Research Institutes are providing crucial training for governmental entities and the country’s financial services sector.
Two representatives from UVM and Norwich discuss these endeavors at this panel discussion at the Vermont Tech Jam, which arose from conversations with the Vermont Technology Council.
Friday, October 18, 4 p.m.
Panel: Out of the Ivory Tower (242 Main Stage)
Vermont’s institutions of higher learning spawn some of the area’s most exciting new innovations. Learn about a few of the latest high-profile projects at this discussion with Corine Farewell, Director of the University of Vermont’s Office of Technology Commercialization, and Andy Cutts of the Cyber Conflict Research Institutes at Norwich University’s Applied Research Institutes. Cutts’ team recently won a multi-million-dollar contract from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Seven Days associate publisher Cathy Resmer moderates.
The 2013 Vermont Tech Jam takes place on Friday and Saturday, October 18 and 19, at Memorial Auditorium in downtown Burlington. Admission is free, thanks to our generous sponsors.