Each presentation should cover the following topics:
- Brief Abstract of the Research Project
This abstract should include language referring to opportunities for transitioning your research into the field
How does your work advance the State of the Art? How is your work expanding upon or building upon existing products or solutions being worked on by others already in the market or in use? Who are the stakeholders who will care about this work and how will it impact them? Compare and contrast to the work of others referenced in your Other References section.
- Technical Approach
Add figures, pictures and examples of project work here. Make sure to include figures and/or examples that compare your work to the State of the Art, highlighting your work’s challenges and significance.
- Accomplishments up through Current Year
Include language referring to opportunities for transitioning your research to the customer or end user.
- Future Work
Include expected future work the group is planning related to this project.
- Opportunities for Transition to Customer
Highlight the quality of your research and explain its relevance to current technology and applications for use in the marketplace or homeland security venues. If you can, demonstrate a pathway from your research to a viable commercial opportunity or end-user.
- Publications acknowledging funding agency support
DHS support for ALERT posters, NIEHS support for PROTECT posters, etc.
- Other References