Commercializing SDI Technologies (inbunden)
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Commercializing SDI Technologies (inbunden)

Commercializing SDI Technologies

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This highly specialized volume examines the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) for the first time, with critical emphasis on the impact SDI will have on technologically based industries. It reviews the policies and structures in the government, academia, and industry necessary to take full advantage of the commercial potential of the benefits-to-come from the SDI research program.
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STEWART NOZETTE is the founding Vice-President of the Large Scale Programs Institute, faculty member of The University of Texas at Austin Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, and IC2 Institute Senior Research Fellow. ROBERT LAWRENCE KUHN is a strategist, scientist, author, and lecturer specializing in corporate strategy, financial strategy, commercializing high technology, and creative and innovative management.


Acknowledgments A Point of Departure by Robert Lawrence Kuhn Foreword by Hans Mark Introduction by Stewart Nozette Part I: The Strategic Defense Initiative Program Defense R&D and National Competitiveness: Past, Present, and Future Prospects by John McTague The Strategic Defense Initiative Research Program: Conception and Execution by Gerold Yonas The Strategic Defense Initiative: What, Why, and How by Major General Robert R. Rankine, Jr., USF Part II: The Commercialization of Technology: President Public Policy Technology and World Leadership by D. Bruce Merrifield The Department of Defense Policy Environment on Technology Transfer by Gerald D. Sullivan Perspectives on Technology Transfer by George Gamot Part III: Private-Sector Requirements for Successful Commercialization Collaborative Research and Development by Admiral Bobby R. Inman Investment Banking Requirements by Wayne G. Fox Innovative Financing for Emerging Technology Companies by Mark Lancaster Part IV: SDI Technologies and Spin-Offs Telecommunications Markets by Gilbert Rye Automation and Expert Systems by Bruce Bullock Space Robotics: Commericial Opportunities and Challenges by Ronald L. Larsen Supercomputer Systems Markets by Lloyd M. Thorndyke Kinetic Energy Technology by William F. Weldon Optical Technology by Robert R. Shannon Advanced Materials for SDI: Promises and Prospects by Stanley I. Weiss Biotechnology, Bioprocessing Research, and Space: Ingredients for New Health Care Products by Baldwin H. Tom Part V: Perspectives on Commercialization Views on SDI Commercial Potential by William Gregory Perspectives of Commercialization by Richard A. Givens Collaborative Aspects of Commercialization by Eugene E. Stark, Jr Case Examples of Commercialization by Robert P. Stromberg International Technology Transfer Issues: The SDI and Eureka by Rodney W. Jones Comprehensive National Security: The Power of American Science by Robert Lawrence Kuhn Summing Up Initiatives for Commercializaing SDI Technologies by George Kozmetsky Appendix: The SDI Office of Education and Civil Applications by Colonel Joseph Rougeau