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Health and Human Performance Research Summit - April 28-30, 2015
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The Health and Human Performance Research (HHPR) Summit is right around the corner - April 28-30! Don’t Delay — Register Today to secure a spot. Limited to the first 500! Filling up Fast!
The HHPR Summit is an international meeting supporting human systems research held in Dayton, Ohio with the objective of linking defense and academic research to the commercial domains. The Summit is a forum to generate research knowledge and ideas, recruit and retain key organizations and researchers in the human systems domain, and link research to entrepreneurial outcomes, and diffuse information.
Hear from our Featured Keynote Speakers
Commercial Outcomes of Health and Human Performance Research Panelists from Researchers, VC & Accreditation Investors, Large Business & Venture Capitalist’s
Broaden your knowledge by attending the In-Depth Technical Expert Series presentations on... 
  • Autonomy
  • Biomarkers and Bio-sensing
  • Neuroscience, Behavioral, and Cognitive Sciences
  • Data Analytics/Big Data/Application Development
Click on the AGENDA to obtain more details and view the wide array of Poster Presentations!
 
You will not want to miss this one of a kind Summit! 
 

More detailed information can be found on the Summit website
www.hhprsummit.com


Additional Events of Interest
Co-located with the Summit

Small Business Hub Collider: Speed Networking at HHPR Summit - Tuesday, April 28, 2015 Networking Reception 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM (Speed Networking Collider from 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM)

As part of the Health & Human Performance Research (HHPR) Summit, a Speed Networking Collider will take place during the evening social on the first day of the Summit.

This fun, faced-paced Speed Networking Collider will give attendees and members of the community the opportunity to explore partnership and collaboration opportunities in the HHPR domain. Participants will get the chance to connect with speakers and presenters of the HHPR Summit, as well as community and business leaders.

This Collider is sponsored by the Small Business Hub at the Wright Brothers Institute. An important resource the Small Business Hub utilizes is the Collider Project. Colliders engage government, academia, and businesses by fostering random collisions on topics of interest that range from working with the government, to innovative technologies, to start-ups, and more. More information on the Collider Project can be found atwww.meetup.com/collider.

Autonomous Aerial Vehicle Competition- April 28-29, 2015, www.flyaavc.org

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