Early stage technologies hit the road for 2019 Innovation Summit

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Early stage technologies hit the road for 2019 Innovation Summit

By | 2019-07-03T21:43:16+00:00 July 3rd, 2019|News, News & Events, Partnership|Comments Off on Early stage technologies hit the road for 2019 Innovation Summit

From July 8th-10th, Sandia National Laboratories staff and researchers will be available at the 2019 ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit in Denver, Colorado to discuss new and innovative energy-related technologies as well as technologies that have potential commercialization opportunities.

The event assembles experts from diverse technical disciplines and professional communities, aimed at moving transformational energy technologies out of the lab and into the market. The event includes ARPA-E’s popular showcase, where attendees can see, interact with, and experience ARPA-E technologies.

ROOTS, a program that hopes to develop better crops — super plants that are drought-resistant, use less fertilizer and remove more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere—is one of many projects showcased at the 2019 Summit. Photo by Randy Montoya

ROOTS, a program that hopes to develop better crops — super plants that are drought-resistant, use less fertilizer and remove more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere—is one of many projects showcased at the 2019 Summit. Photo by Randy Montoya.

Sandia’s 2019 ARPA-E lineup includes current and previous ARPA-E technologies with applications that span enhanced crop production to improved power electronics for the electrical grid.

To learn more, join Sandia National Laboratories at the following times:

Monday, July 8th

Technology Showcase Opening & Reception

4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. | Aurora Hall

Sandia National Laboratories – Booth 301

Sandia is representing ARPA-E funded projects that are new and innovative energy related technologies as well as technologies that have potential commercialization opportunities such as Turf Algae and Twistact. 

 PNDIODES – Booth 925

Learn about the ARPA-E PNDIODES project from project representatives.

ROOTS – Booth 226

Learn about the ARPA-E ROOTS project from project representatives.

6:15 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. | Aurora Hall – Tech Demo Stage

Tech Demo: Multi-Modal Plant Root Monitoring

Sandia’s microneedle and sensor technology will be on display at this demonstration to show their effect on a real plant-based environment.

Tuesday, July 9th

Technology Showcase

12-2:50 p.m. | Aurora Hall

Sandia National Laboratories – Booth 301

Sandia is representing both ARPA-E funded projects that are new and innovative energy related technologies as well as technologies that have potential commercialization opportunities such as Turf Algae and Twistact. 

PNDIODES – Booth 925

Learn about the ARPA-E PNDIODES project from project representatives.

ROOTS – Booth 226

Learn about the ARPA-E ROOTS project from project representatives.

Technology Showcase

4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. | Aurora Hall

Sandia National Laboratories – Booth 301

Sandia is representing both ARPA-E funded projects that are new and innovative energy related technologies as well as technologies that have potential commercialization opportunities such as Turf Algae and Twistact. 

PNDIODES – Booth 925

Learn about the ARPA-E PNDIODES project from project representatives.

ROOTS – Booth 226

Learn about the ARPA-E ROOTS project from project representatives.

Wednesday, July 10th

Technology Showcase Opening & Reception

11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. | Aurora Hall

Sandia National Laboratories – Booth 301

Sandia is representing both ARPA-E funded projects that are new and innovative energy related technologies as well as technologies that have potential commercialization opportunities such as Turf Algae and Twistact. 

PNDIODES – Booth 925

Learn about the ARPA-E PNDIODES project from project representatives.

ROOTS – Booth 226

Learn about the ARPA-E ROOTS project from project representatives.

In addition to viewing technologies and meeting the project researchers, attendees can attend sessions where they learn directly from the agencies about their research interests and their approach to helping transition technology from the lab into real world application (“DOE’s Federal Companions: Intergovernmental Research and Tech Transition Opportunities” Tuesday, 9:00am) and also attend networking events.

For the latest session times and locations, visit the 2019 ARPA-E Summit Agenda. To see highlights from this and other events, follow Sandia’s energy programs on Twitter.