|Present||Former Director, Thomas Walter Center for Technology Management, Auburn University|
|Present||Thomas Walter Professor, Harbert College of Business, Auburn University|
University technology transfer, Technology commercialization, and University startups or spinoffs
- New product and new business development
- Intellectual property protection and patent application drafting
Dept of Systems and Technology
Harbert College of Business
Auburn University, AL 36849
University technology transfer (4)
The case for actively seeking startup companies for “technology-push” inventions ...
Stanford University Ventures Program's Round table on Entrepreneurship Education (REE) (2009)
Google Inc. began as a startup when all the large players in the industry turned down the opportunity to license ...
A NON-CREDIT MODEL FOR REAL-LIFE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIENCE FOR CROSS-DISCIPLINARY ...
Annual Conference of ASEE 2006 (2006)
This paper addresses several major issues of interest to ASEE’s Entrepreneurship Division. It covers (1) university technology transfer; (2) introducing ...
Economic and technological competitiveness (1)
Patenting, independent inventor and the US patent office (2)
Pedagogical Innovations (2)
Succeeding in a Cross-Disciplinary, international, Student Design-Team Project: Auburn University ...
Proceedings of the 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference.& Exposition (2005)
Globalization has turned product design upside down. Members of a single design team in multinational firms may be located in ...
Teaching entrepreneurship and business plans preparation to engineering and business students (3)
PRODUCT CONCEPT TO COMPLETE BUSINESS PLAN IN THREE MONTHS IN ...
Decision Sciences Institute National Conference (2010)
sophomores/juniors work in multi-disciplinary teams to conceive and select a technology-intensive product, develop a project schedule, conduct market research and ...
The Effect of Auburn University’s Business-Engineering-Technology Program on the ...
NCIIA 9th Annual Meeting (2005)
The unique Business-Engineering-Technology (BET) minor at Auburn University trains business and engineering students in teamwork and entrepreneurship. All eleven graduates ...