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DP2: Demand Pull Program

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Proceedings from the Stakeholder Forums

(2003) Technology Transfer Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center. Proceedings from the Stakeholder Forum on Visual Impairment. Buffalo, NY: University at Buffalo.

(2002) Technology Transfer Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center. Proceedings from the Stakeholder Forum on Communication Enhancement. Buffalo, NY: University at Buffalo.

(2000) Technology Transfer Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center. Proceedings from the Stakeholder Forum on Hearing Enhancement. Buffalo, NY: University at Buffalo.

(1999) Technology Transfer Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center. Proceedings from the Stakeholder Forum on Wheeled Mobility. Buffalo, NY: University at Buffalo.

Conference Presentations

(2007) Bauer SM, "University Based Technology Transfer," State of the Science Conference: RERC on Advancing Cognitive Technology, Denver CO, October 25-27 2007

(2007) Bauer SM, Flagg J, "SBIR Programs and Assistive Technology Development: Part I & Part II" RESNA Annual Conference, Phoenix AZ, June 19-25 2007

(2007) Bauer SM, "Emerging Assistive Technologies," NSF Emerging Technologies Panel, RESNA Annual Conference, Phoenix AZ, June 15-19 2007

(2007) Bauer SM, “Tracking Assistive Technology Development Using the ICF: Case Study of Small Business Innovation Research Grants,” Sharing Knowledge through ICF: 13th Annual North American Collaborating Center Conference on ICF, Niagara Falls NY, June 5-7 2007

(2007) Strobel W, Schlueter E, "Developing Accessible Telehealth Technology". Presented at the Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Conference, Toronto ON, June 2007

(2007) Bauer SM, Flagg J, “SBIR Development in the Assistive Technology Industry,” Assistive Technology Industry Association 2007 Annual Conference Orlando, January 24-27.

(2006) Bauer SM, Stone VI "Improving Data Quality through Two Dimensional Surveying: the Kano Method," American Evaluation Association: The Consequences of Evaluation, Portland OR, November 1-4, 2006

(2006) Bauer SM, "TTO Role in University / Corporate Partnership," Improving Society: Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) Conference, March 2006

(2005) Strobel W, Bauer SM, Goodwin D, Technology transfer: Using wheeled mobility to exemplify the process. Workshop / Half day instructional course presented at the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America's (RESNA) Conference, June 2005

(2005) Usiak DJ, "Consumer Participation in Product Development via Alpha and Beta Focus Groups" Presented at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference, January 2005.

(2005) Bauer, SM, “Consumers, public policy and business opportunity,” Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference, Orlando Florida

(2005) Strobel W., Bauer, S.M., Goodwon, D. Using Wheeled Mobility to Exemplify the Process. Half Day instructional course presented at the RESNA Conference, June 2005.

(2004) Bauer SM, "Home health technology: parallels from the assistive technology market". Thought Leaders Workshop: Rochester, New York.

(2004) Bauer SM, "Transfer of technology solutions to the marketplace for persons with disabilities". Federal Laboratory Consortium Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting: Cumberland, Maryland.

(2004) Arthanat S, Lenker JA. Evaluating the ICF as a Framework for Clinical Assessment of Persons for Assistive Technology Device Recommendation. Paper presented at the 10th North American Collaborating Center (NACC) Conference on ICF, Halifax, Nova Scotia

(2004) Strobel W. Technology and visual impairment: Primary market research, current practice, and needed technology. Proceedings of RESNA 27th International Annual Conference: Orlando, Florida. Available September 22, 2004 at: http://www.resna.org/ProfResources/Publications/Proceedings/2004/Papers/Research/TCS/TechTransfer.php Note: Also presented at 2004 CSUN Conference: Los Angeles, California.

(2003) Bauer SM, Panchura CA, Stone VI. The Demand Pull project: Locating technology solutions. Proceedings of the RESNA 26th International Annual Conference: Atlanta, Georgia. Available September 22, 2004 at: http://www.resna.org/ProfResources/Publications/Proceedings/2003/Papers/PP/Bauer_PP_Demand%20Pull.php

(2003) Drenchek J, Panchura CA, Bauer S. The stakeholders forum on communication enhancement. Proceedings of the RESNA 26th International Annual Conference: Atlanta, Georgia. Retrieved September 22, 2004 from RESNA website.

(2003) Panchura CA, Bauer SM. The Demand Pull project on technology for visual impairment. Proceedings of the RESNA 26th International Annual Conference: Atlanta, Georgia. Retrieved September 22, 2004 from RESNA website.

(2003) Stone VI, Bauer SM, Leahy JA. Ensuring effective technology transfer through evaluation. Proceedings of the RESNA 26th International Annual Conference: Atlanta, Georgia. AvRetrieved September 22, 2004 from RESNA website.

(2002) Bauer SM, Lane JP, Stone VI, Buczak JP. A systematic process for successful technology transfer. Proceedings of the RESNA 25th International Conference: Minneapolis, Minnesota. pp. 309-311.

(2001) Bauer SM, Stone VI. Stakeholders forum on hearing enhancement. Proceedings of the RESNA 2001 Annual Conference: Reno, Nevada. pp. 20-22.

(2000) Bauer SM, Lane JP. The demand pull project on wheeled mobility. Proceedings of the RESNA 2000 Annual Conference: Orlando, Florida. pp. 285-287.

Journal Publications

(2006) Bauer SM, Lane JL, Convergence of assistive devices and mainstream products: Keys to university participation in research, development and commercialization. Technology and Disability 18, 2, 67–78.

(2006) Strobel, W., Fossa, J., & Arthanat, S. Technology for Access Text and Graphics for People with Visual Impairment and Blindness. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 24,(2).

(2006) Arthanat S, Strobel W, Wheelchair ergonomics: Implications for vocational participation. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 24(2) p. 97-109.

(2003) Bauer, SM. Demand pull technology transfer applied to the field of assistive technology. Journal of Technology Transfer, 28(3-4), pp. 285-303.

(1998) Bauer SM, Lane JP, et al."The voice of the customer - Part 2: Benchmarking battery chargers against the consumer's ideal product," Assistive Technology,10(1) pp. 51-60.

(1998) Stone VI, Bauer SM, Lane JP, Usiak DJ, Khan Z, Prabhu C. "Wheelchair tie-downs: Ideal features and existing products". Technology and Disability, 8(3), pp.159-178.

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