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DISCOVERIES
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Foundation
Foundation
Science
Science
National
National
I/UCRC for Agricultural, Biomedical and
Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology (CABPN)
IAB Meeting
November 16, 2011
Rathindra (Babu) DasGupta & Larry Hornak
I/UCRC , IIP Division
Dee Hoffman, Center Evaluator
National Science Foundation
Welcome to the Industry / University
Cooperative Research Centers
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
CABPN: An I/UCRC in its 1st Year
Your Center is in its critical and exciting formative stage
CABPN Status:
• University of Illinois – Phase I
– Center Lead Site Award in 2011 under NSF 10-595
• Center Evaluator – Dee Hoffman
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
1st Year of Center Operation
Establish a solid foundation upon which to build
• I/UCRC Program
• The I/UCRC Model
– NSF’s Role
• Successful I/UCRCs
– Characteristics
– Outcomes
• CABPN in Phase I
ENG Organization
Emerging Frontiers in
Research and Innovation
(EFRI)
Sohi Rastegar
Engineering
Education and
Centers
(EEC)
Theresa
Maldonado
Office of the Assistant Director
Thomas Peterson
Deputy Assistant Director
Kesh Narayanan
Chemical,
Bioengineering,
Environmental,
and Transport
Systems
(CBET)
John McGrath
Civil,
Electrical,
Mechanical, and Communications,
Manufacturing
and Cyber
Innovation
Systems
(CMMI)
(ECCS)
Steven McKnight
Robert Trew
Senior Advisor for
Nanotechnology
Mihail Roco
Industrial
Innovation and
Partnerships
(IIP)
Don Senich
(Acting)
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Industrial Innovation and Partnerships
Division Director
Donald Senich (Act)
Academic
Partnerships
Small Business
Partnerships
Donald Senich
Joe Hennessey
Grant Opportunities
for Academic
Liaison with
Industry
Donald Senich
Industry/University
Cooperative
Research Centers
Rathindra DasGupta
Larry Hornak
AAAS Fellow
Reeshemah
Burrell
Einstein Fellow
Robert Pauley
Mark Supal
Program
Support
Manager
Amanda May
Operations
Specialist
Greg Misiorek
Analysts
Alex Schwarzkopf,
Kevin Simmons
Experts/Special Topics
James Rudd, George
Vermont
Innovation Cluster
Cheryl Albus
Partnerships
for Innovation (PFI)
Sara Nerlove
Accelerating
Innovation Research
(AIR) Karlene Hoo
I-Corp
E. Arkilic, R. DasGupta,
R. Voyles (CISE)
Nanotechnology, Advanced
Material & Manufacturing
(NM)
Ben Schrag, Grace Wang
Biological and Chemical
Technology (BC)
Prakash Balan, Greg
Baxter, Ruth Shuman, Tony
Walters
Electronics, Information &
Communication Technology
(EI)
Errol Arkilic, Juan Figueroa,
Murali Nair
Education Applications (EA)
Glenn Larsen
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WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
I/UCRC: Mission and Vision
Mission:
• To contribute to the nation’s research infrastructure base by
developing long-term partnerships among industry, academe and
government
• To leverage NSF funds with industry to support graduate students
performing industrially relevant research
Vision:
• To expand the innovation capacity of our nation’s competitive
workforce through partnerships between industries and
universities
I/UCRC Bedrock: Trusted, long-term relationships
between industry and academia based on shared
value
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers:
National Scope, Impact
Academic-Industry partnerships meeting industry sector research needs
ENG CISE
61 Centers
168 I/UCRC Sites
Plus Participating
International Sites
Over 760 Member
Organizations (2010)
Sites
Centers
Over 760 Members
180
(2010 Survey)
160
168
157
140
116
120
100
83
87
80
60
52
45
95
96
99
77
45
97
75
82
56
44
42
40
39
34
34
37
61
42
20
INCREASE IN CENTERS AND SITES
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
0
01
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
Active I/UCRCs and Sites by Year
45 ENG
16 CISE
8
* Computer and Information Science and Engineering
ENG Multi-University Centers
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Advanced Forestry
Advanced Packaging and Processing (III)
Bio Energy R & D
Composites Infrastructure
Ceramics Composites Optical Materials
Center
Computational Materials Design
Design of Analog Digital Integrated
Circuits (III)
Dielectrics
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Energy Harvesting
Friction Stir Processing
Fuel Cells
Grid-Connected Adv Power Elec
Health Org. & Transformation
Integrative Joining of Materials for
Energy Applications
Laser and Plasma for Adv. Mfg.
Logistics and Distribution
Membrane Science, Engineering &
Technology
Minimally Invasive Diagnostics
Next Generation Photovoltaics
Particulate and Surfactants
Pharmaceutical Development
45 ACTIVE ENG CENTERS
ENG Multi -University Centers
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Precision Forming
Power Systems Engineering Research Center (III)
Resource Recovery & Recycling
Sensors and Actuators (III)
Smart Vehicles Concepts
Silicon Solar
Advanced Space Technologies
Connection One
Water and Environmental Technology
Water and Equipment Policy
Wood Based Composites
Metamaterials
Biophotonics Sensors and Systems
Advanced Non-Ferrous Structural Alloys
Energy Efficient Systems
Child Injury Studies
ENG Single-University Centers
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
Agricultural, Biomedical, and Pharmaceutical
Nanotechnology
Advanced Cutting Tools
Advanced Vehicle Electronics (III)
Biomolecular Interaction
Electronic Micro-Cooling
Non-Destructive Evaluation (III)
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers
CISE Multi-University Centers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14
15.
16.
Advanced Knowledge Enablement
Autonomic Computing
Dynamic Data Analysis
e-Design
Embedded Systems
Experimental Computer Systems
Hybrid Multicore Productivity
Identification Technology
Intelligent Maintenance
Intelligent Storage
Net-Centrics Systems
Reconfigurable Computers
Search & Rescue Robots
Security and Software Engineering Research Center
Surveillance Theory
Wireless Internet
16 ACTIVE COMPUTER AND INFORMATION
SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (CISE) CENTERS
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
The NSF’s Role in I/UCRCs
Facilitate a Center environment in which long-term
relationships between industry and academia can
thrive.
• Cooperative Agreement & Operational Framework
• Franchise of centers for collaboration
• Best practices based on decades of evaluation
• Funding Opportunities available to I/UCRCs
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
The I/UCRC Model
• IUCRC model moves beyond one-on-one contracts &
decision making
Shared portfolio
One-on-one
contracts
Disadvantages of
Affiliates Model:
- sub-critical mass projects
- no sense of community
- value << sum of projects
Industrial
Affiliates:
-one-on-one
decisionmaking
- collective
ownership
IUCRC:
- collective decisionmaking
- collective ownership
Advantages of the
IUCRC Model:
- Conversation validates
shared community needs
- Portfolio shaped, direction
aligned with member needs
- Value across the portfolio
Value >> sum of projects
Much more than collective ownership: Collective Value
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
I/UCRC Nucleus: A Cooperatively Defined,
Funded & Shared Research Portfolio
Industry
Industry Advisory Board
Pooled Member $’s
Shared
Project
Portfolio
Projects
• Cooperatively
defined, selected
• Governed by NSF
I/UCRC Agreement
Addresses
precompetitive
needs shared
by IAB
OH investment
Center, Sites
Universities
Leverages &
builds
university
strengths
Value
derived
from
portfolio
Value to IAB
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
Outcomes from a
cooperatively defined
and managed, shared
portfolio of
precompetitive
research.
•
•
IAB
Research
Needs
• New research and education program
dimensions
• Leveraging of POC results from IUCRC
projects
• Trusted relationships with industry
• Ready partners for translation of discoveries
• Student recruitment, retention and
placement
• Means to achieve institutional mission and
meet constituency expectations.
•
•
•
•
•
Industry driven research projects
Investment leveraging via
cooperative
Networking with industry peers
and customers
Access to intellectual property
Pre-publication access to research
World class researchers &
facilities
Access to students
I/UCRC
Research
Academic Value
National Science Foundation
What value does an I/UCRC offer?
Center
Faculty
Research
30+ year commitment to integrating evaluation with program planning,
implementation and operation . Local Evaluation – Global Assessment
CENTER INPUTS AND OUTPUTS ASSESSMENTS
CENTER LIFE CYCLE*
80
IP EVENTS
80
01
70
60
02
80
03
70
60
20
50
0
40
-20
30
08
-40
20
09
30
10
20
04
10
-60
Invention
Patent
Disclosures Applications
10
08
06
04
02
00
98
96
94
92
90
88
86
84
82
-100
60
06
50
UNIVERSITY
OTHER (FED. NONFED., & OTHER CASH)
STATE
OTHER INDUSTRY
INDUST. MEM. FEES
OTHER NSF
40
IUCRC
10
0
-80
05
07
FUNDING SOURCES
90
40
80
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
I/UCRC Evaluation & Assessment
Patents
Granted
Software
Licensing
Copyrights Agreements
Royalties
Realized
0
80
82
84
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
01
03
05
07
09
TARGETED ASSESSMENTS AND RELATED WORK PRODUCTS
IUCRC GRADUATION STATUS
100
Post Graduation Status
Breakthrough Compendium
Gray & Walters Director’s Guide
Current Status
80
60
40
20
0
Sustained
Not Sustained
Operating
Not Operating
Plus publication in open literature: > 80 publications in journals, national & international
conferences: Research Policy; AAAS; Journal of Technology Transfer; Sc. Public Policy; New
Directions in Evaluation
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
Building Innovation Capacity
TOTAL FUNDING BY SOURCE BY YEAR IN DOLLARS
$ Millions
90
UNIVERSITY
80
70
OTHER (FED. NONFED., & OTHER CASH)
STATE
60
OTHER INDUSTRY
50
INDUST. MEM. FEES
40
OTHER NSF
30
20
10
IUCRC Program
0
80
82
84
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
01
03
05
07
09
Spurred Approx $100M in Member
Internal R&D (07-08)
2011
FY 2009-2010 NSF-I/UCRC Center
Structure Database
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Aggregate Cases: 3 Centers
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
PHASE II Center Study
• Realized impacts total nearly $1.27B, with a net present value
of $1.25B.
• Each dollar invested by NSF-I/UCRC generated an estimated
64.7 dollars in impacts.
IUCRC investments & Impacts
TOTAL
IMS
BSAC
IUCS
Estimated impacts (present value)
$1267.1M
$846,738,946
$410,727,849
$9,638,633
Total investments (present value)
$19.6M
$3,133,857
$13,250,712
$3,203,057
64.7:1
270.2:1
31.2:1
3.0:1
$1247.5M
$843,605,090
$397,477,137
$6,435,577
Benefit:Cost Ratio
Net Present Value
IMS: Intelligent Maintenance Systems
BSAC: Berkeley Sensors and Actuators Center
IUCS: Industry-University Center for Surfactants
May 2011
IUCRC Evaluation Team (D. Gray, et al.)
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
Accelerating Innovation Research
(NSF 10-608)
Option 2 Goals
•
The Research Alliance [Option 2] competition - a collaborative effort
between an NSF-funded innovation research alliance (including consortia
such as ERC, I/UCRC, PFI, STC, NSEC, MRSEC grantees) and at least one
partner entity to form a synergistic relationship that will accelerate the
innovation of a product, a process or system.
•
The ideal partnership would be one that ultimately leverages the
collaborative relationship developed under the grant to strengthen the
innovation ecosystem. (how the partnership will enable innovation that
neither party could do as well or rapidly alone)
•
The collaboration would link multiple entities such that research results are
more rapidly moved into marketable products through the creation of
new start-up businesses or partnerships with existing businesses.
OUTCOME of 2010 Pilot:
• Panels Held and Awards Announced: 7 Awards Made
– 4 I/UCRCs (one center recently formed from graduated STC)
– 3 PFI Awardees
New Solicitation now posted!
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
NSF I/UCRC Funding Opportunities
Facilitate a Center environment in which long-term
relationships between industry and academia can thrive.
• Fundamental Research Program – New RFP Posted
– Due February 1, 2012, Up to $200K for 2 years
– Portfolio Expanding Project, defined and executed with IAB
– Letter from IAB Chair, commitment to effort
• MIPR - Federal Gov Interagency Exchange of Funds
• Supplementary Funding (Contact NSF)
– Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU), Teachers (RET), and
Veterans (REV)
– SBIR/STTR Phase II Grantee Membership
– CORBI Projects – Between I/UCRC Centers (NSF matching!) – New Dear
Colleague Letter
– International Collaboration/Projects
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
NSF Innovation-Corps
Content
• A public-private partnership connecting NSF-funded scientific research
with the technological, entrepreneurial and business communities to
help create a stronger national ecosystem for innovation that couples
scientific discovery with technology development and societal needs.
• The NSF I-Corps program will identify NSF-funded researchers to receive
additional support - in the form of mentoring and funding - to accelerate
the translation of knowledge derived from fundamental research into
emerging products and services that can attract subsequent third-party
funding.
• I-Corps team: Entrepreneurial lead, I-Corps mentor, Principal Investigator
•
Desired Outcomes:
1) a clear go/no go decision regarding commercial viability of the effort;
2) should the decision be to move the technology forward to market, a
transition plan to do so; and
3) a technology demonstration for potential partners.
SEE NSF WEBSITE FOR SOLICITATION AND INFORMATION
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
CABPN in Phase I
Establish CABPN’s I/UCRC Processes, Rhythm
• Establish Effective, Consistent Center Operations
– Meetings, financials, cooperative portfolio selection,
communications
– Member recruitment and retention
– IAB Operation, Bylaws
• Implement a Strategic Research Roadmap
• Build Project Lifecycle Processes that Maximize Value
– New proposal cultivation process consistent with strategic
roadmap
– Project Meetings/Reporting that maximizes input, engagement
at and between center meetings
– Project final reporting
• Hone Center’s Value Proposition
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
The IUCRC Shared Portfolio Cycle
Biannual IAB Meeting
Review
Discuss
Adapt
L.I.F.E.
Industry
Advisory
Board
Needs
IAB
Portfolio
Engagement
Research Roadmap
Center Site
Strengths
New Proposals
Cultivation Process
IAB
Portfolio
Engagement
L.I.F.E
Review
Discuss
Adapt
Select
Biannual IAB Meeting
The cooperative
process rapidly
aligns the
Shared
Portfolio with
Member Needs
and University
strengths
Evaluation, IAB engagement & center operation grounded in good project
management principles can yield value >> membership fee
Example LIFE Results
Project 2
2
Project 3
1/2
Project 4
1
Project 5
1/1
1
2/1
3
2/1
2
Center Research
Roadmap
Spring Mtg
(Final Rpt)
2
4
4
3
2
(Awarded)
3/1
Project 6
Project 7
2/2
Project 8
3/2
Project 9
4/1
Incorporate Comments, Adapt
projects, Work with IAB, Mentors
1
2nd Selected
Project Set
Project 1
Fall Mtg
(Progress)
Incorporate Comments, Adapt
projects, Work with IAB, Mentors
Spring Mtg
(Awarded)
Incorporate Comments, Adapt
projects, Work with IAB, Mentors
(# of Members Very Interested or Interested / Interested with Change )
Inaugural Project Set
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
I/UCRC Process: Maximizing Value
Program wide,
members are
Very Interested
or Interested in
40-50% of the
projects in their
Center
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
I/UCRCs and ERCs: Complementary
Programs
Industry $
University
NSF
Solicitation
has RFP in
defined
areas
NSF $
Industry signs on to
research direction
FUNDING
SOURCES
NSF
Solicitation
outlines
partnership
requirements
Research & Education
Program follows
proposed plan
Academic
Configuration
remains
essentially
constant
Industry,
Agency $
University
NSF $
Agreements vary
across centers
Cooperatively
Defined, Sector
Relevant Research
Industry & Center shape
research direction, plan
Uniform cooperative
agreements in all centers
Academic
sites,
members
may
evolve in
time
WHERE DISCOVERIES BEGIN
National Science Foundation
National Science Foundation I/UCRC Contacts
Listed alphabetically by last name
Rathindra (Babu) DasGupta, I/UCRC Program Director - [email protected]
Larry Hornak, Program Director, [email protected]
Rita Rodriguez, CISE Program Director – [email protected]
Alex Schwarzkopf, Consultant – [email protected]
Denise Hundley, Program Assistant, [email protected]
for more information:
http://www.nsf.gov
and:
http://www.nsf.gov/eng/iip/iucrc
Program phone:
(703) 292-8383
Note: The best way to contact us is via e-mail. Many are on the road frequently
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