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Report of the University of Maryland EURECA Program : Center for International Cooperation in Tech Transfer ‘ Team Maryland’: Brian Darmody, Associate VP for Research and Economic Development Martha Connolly, Director, Maryland Industrial Partnerships

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Report of the University of Maryland EURECA Program:

Center for International Cooperation in Tech Transfer

‘Team Maryland’:

Brian Darmody, Associate VP for Research and Economic Development

Martha Connolly, Director, Maryland Industrial Partnerships

Ronnie Gist, Associate Director, Maryland Industrial Partnerships

Robert Walker, Assistant Secretary, Department of Business and Economic Development

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Both United States and Russia are looking for ways

to generate more job creation, improve university/industry relations, and increase technology transfer

United States:

Start Up America

Russia:

Enhancing University Research and Entrepreneurial Capacity Program

(EURECA)

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Join us to hear about the EU's new, €2.5 billion support program for small companies, government procurement, university incubators and other new approaches to entrepreneurship in the works in Brussels.

3 December 2012, 14:00-15:30, Mission of Norway to the EU, Rue Archimede 17, Brussels

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Large National Research University

  • More that 37, 000 students
  • More than $500 million annual research
  • Over 120 countries represented in student body
  • Located within 10 km of US National Capital
  • Significant and long term relationship with Russia
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The White House

The Russian Embassy

U.S. Capitol

The University of Maryland is located within

12 Kilometers of all these Institutions

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OVERALL GOAL OF UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND/UNN MODULES IN EUREKA:

ESTABLISHMENT OF BI-LATERAL , ‘ROUND TRIP’ INDUSTRIAL, RESEARCH AND COMMERCIALIZATION RELATIONSHIPS; NOT ‘ONE-WAY’

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Maryland International Incubator

The Maryland International Incubator (MI2) is the result of a collaboration between the University of Maryland, College Park, and the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED). The mission of the International Incubator is to connect Maryland and International companies for successful joint ventures through a targeted array of business services, state-of-the-art facilities, and world-class resources.

america russia innovation corridor and incubator
America-Russia Innovation Corridor and Incubator
  • Managed by UM’s International Incubator
  • Accelerate and incubate companies from Russian universities interested in US markets
  • Link resources to other universities in US and other resources in DC-Maryland region
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Mission of American-Russian Innovation Corridor and Incubator

Support development of international research programs and cluster development between US universities and Russian universities

Develop ‘mini-multinational’ companies from US and Russian university spin outs

Link angel, VC and institutional support for spin out companies

Provide legal, business , mentorship and administrative support to provide soft landing for technology spin out companies.

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INVEST MARYLAND INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGE

  • $100,000 to winning start up company
  • Must have less than $1M in revenue and less than 25 employees
  • 51% of grant must be spent in Maryland
  • Apply by December 13, 2012, with $100 application fee
  • www.investmarylandchallenge.org
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Thank You!

Brian Darmody

Associate VP for Research and Economic Development

Director of Corporate Relations

University of Maryland

College Park, Maryland 20742

bdarmody@umd.edu

301-405-1990

301-928-0527