Belinda Gill 
Mississippi Enterprise for Technology 
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June 10, 2010 at 12:00 PM 
June 10, 2010 at 01:00 PM 

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Building 1103
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Herman C. Glazier Conference Room 130

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MsET Lunch & Learn - NASA Innovative Partnerships Program at Stennis Space Center

Seize this opportunity to find out more about NASA's needs, explore the abundant opportunities available at Stennis Space Center, and network with fellow entrepreneurs.

The Innovative Partnerships Program (IPP) at John C. Stennis Space Center (SSC) is responsible for research and development of new technologies, as well as the assessment, certification, and acquisition of technologies from the commercial, academic, and government sectors in order to improve safety, efficiency and the effectiveness of propulsion testing, earth science, and Stennis Space Center's institution.

Each year, technology needs are identified at Stennis for potential projects. The SSC IPP utilizes several types of programs to develop or enhance technologies to meet specific NASA needs.

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About the Speaker: John Lansaw

John Lansaw holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering with over 20 years of experience in Aerospace Rocket Propulsion.  John worked for Aerojet and Lockheed Martin before accepting his current position with the University of Southern Mississippi providing support in technology development and transfer at Stennis, currently known as the Innovative Partnership Program (IPP).  John has been involved in the administration of the SSC Dual Use Program since its inception in 1999 as well as involved in other technology development programs under IPP.

Register for this event by clicking the “Register Now!” link found below.  Seating is limited to 40 individuals and will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.

If you do not hold a Stennis Space Center security badge, please register for this event no later than Monday, June 7, 2010 in order to ensure that a visitor’s pass is authorized for you at the south gate security office in time for your arrival.

If you currently hold a Stennis Space Center security badge, please register no later than Tuesday, June 8, 2010.