2022 NRIC event, April 14, focuses on commercializing quantum science in Nebraska

February 14, 2022

Nebraska EPSCoR is sponsoring its annual Nebraska Research and Innovation Conference (NRIC) to provide our research community the opportunity to elevate their work with expert speaker sessions plus networking during lunch and a poster session.

The 2022 NRIC theme is Commercializing Quantum Technologies in Nebraska: From Research To Licensing. This year’s event will take place April 14 at Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown Lincoln; the cost to attend is free but pre-registration is required, no later than March 24, at nric.nebraska.edu.

Thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation to Nebraska’s Emergent Quantum Materials and Technologies research collaboration (OIA-2044049 / equate.unl.edu), Nebraska EPSCoR is pleased to welcome Dr. Matthew Hull, a technology entrepreneur with Virginia Tech, and Dr. Michael Flatté, a University of Iowa professor and chief scientist with QuantCAD LLC, as NRIC22 featured speakers. The program also includes panel presentations by representatives from NUtech Ventures and the Nebraska Business Development Center. For more information on the agenda, please visit nric.nebraska.edu.

Questions about the NRIC event can be directed to Nebraska EPSCoR: epscor@nebraska.edu or 402-472-8946.

2022 Nebraska Research & Innovation Conference (NRIC) event is April 14 at Lincoln's Embassy Suites hotel. Sessions' topics focus on "Commercializing Quantum Science in Nebraska." Registration closes March 24 at nric.nebraska.edu. 

The 2022 NRIC event, conducted by Nebraska EPSCoR, is a one-day conference focusing on Commercializing Quantum Technologies in Nebraska.