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Conference Papers

 

(2007)

Stone VI, " Product Evaluation from Theory to Practice: Lessons from Efficacy studies of Assistive Technology Products". Annual Meeting of the American Evaluation Association: Baltimore, MD, Nov. 5-10, 2007.

(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, "Transfer of Individuals with Motor Impairments," Technologies and Strategies for Physical Transfer of Individuals with Motor Impairments State of the Art Conference, Washington DC, September 10-11, 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)

Leahy JA, “Critical Success Factors for Inventors & Product Developers of Assistive Technology.” RESNA Conference: Phoenix AZ, June 15-19 2007.

(2007)

Lane JP, Stone VI "Research, Development & Commercialization: Critical Distinctions and Implications" RESNA 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)

Leahy JA, "University/Corporate Partnerships for Social Benefit," Improving Society: Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) Conference, March 2006

(2006)

Lane JP, "Overcoming Institutional Barriers for Social Benefit". Speaker & Session Moderator. Improving Society: The Association of University Technology Managers. Orlando, FL.

(2006)

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

(2006)

Lane JP, Leahy JA, "Partnering with Fortune 500 Companies for Social Benefit". (2006). Speaker & Session Moderator. Improving Society: The Association of University Technology Managers. Orlando, FL.

(2006)

Strobel W, Industry Profile: Learning Disabilities Technologies and Markets. Presented at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference, January 2006.

(2006)

Strobel W, Technology and Visual Impairment – Current Practice and Needed Technology Presented at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference, January 2006.

(2005)

Stone VI, Usiak DJ, Arthanat S, Assessing Efficacy of Assistive Technology Transfers: Validation of the T2RERC's Technology Transfer Model Paper presented at the joint conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society and the American Evaluation Association, October 24-30, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

(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)

Leahy JA,  "Participatory Development: Importance of Primary Market Research in Identifying Market Trends". Presented at the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America's (RESNA) Conference, June 2005

(2005)

Strobel W,  Collaborative Roles in Defining Needed Technology in Visual Impairment.  Presented at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference, January 2005

(2005)

Leahy JA, "Technology Transfer Do's & Don'ts" Presented at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference, January 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

(2004)

Stone VI, Effective Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Evaluation: Challenges, Lessons and Issues. Annual Meeting of the American Evaluation Association: Nov 3 -6, Atlanta, Georgia

(2004)

Lane JP, Bauer SM, Leahy JA, "Surviving the Darwinian Sea:  Evolutionary Adaptations among the Fittest" Technology Transfer Society 24th Annual Meeting. Albany, NY

(2004)

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

(2004)

Bauer SM, "Rehabilitation engineering research centers and technology transfer". ATIA Conference: Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

(2004)

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

(2004)

Leahy JA, Lane JP, Usiak DJ, "Improving accessibility of new mainstream consumer products through participatory development". RESNA Conference: Orlando, Florida.

(2004)

Leahy JA, "Transgenerational design and product differentiators in product development". RESNA Conference: Orlando, Florida.

(2004)

Strobel W. Technology and visual impairment: primary market research, current practice, and needed technology. RESNA Conference: Orlando, Florida. Also presented at CSUN Conference: Los Angeles, California.

(2003)

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.

(2003)

Bauer SM, "Mobile wireless communication for people with disabilities: Expanding the market", Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association: New Orleans, Louisiana.

(2003)

Bauer SM, "University-private sector partnerships", Elder Phone Summit: Arlington, Virginia.

(2003)

Bauer SM, Lane JP, "Meeting industry needs through technology transfer", RESNA Conference: Atlanta, Georgia.

(2003)

Bauer SM, Panchura CA, Stone VI, "The demand pull project: locating technology solutions", RESNA Conference: Atlanta, Georgia.

(2003)

Drenchek JA, Panchura CA, Bauer SM, "The stakeholders forum on communication enhancement", RESNA Conference: Atlanta, Georgia.

(2003)

Leahy JA, Lane JP, "Bringing new products to the marketplace", RESNA Conference: Atlanta, Georgia.

(2003)

Panchura CA, Bauer SM, "The demand pull project on technology for visual impairment", RESNA Conference: Atlanta, Georgia.

(2003)

Stone VI, Bauer SM, Leahy JA, "Ensuring effective technology transfer through evaluation", RESNA Conference: Atlanta, Georgia.

(2002)

Bauer SM, Lane JP, Stone, VI, Buczak J, "A four-year retrospective on RERC on technology transfer - FLC collaboration". Northeast Federal Laboratory Consortium Regional Meeting: Newport, Rhode Island.

(2002)

Bauer SM, "A systematic process for successful technology transfer", RESNA Conference: Minneapolis, MN

(2002)

Lane JP, "Keys to success in technology transfer & product commercialization", International Conference on Computers and Handicapped Persons: Linz, Austria

(2002)

Leahy JA, Lane JP, "Paths to market", RESNA Conference: Minneapolis, MN, 204-206

(2002)

Panchura CA, Usiak DJ, "Effective participation of persons using AAC in a mixed group of users and non-users of AAC", RESNA Conference: Minneapolis, MN

(2002)

Stone VI, Lane JP, "Critical success factors in technology transfer", Proceedings of the 25th International Conference of RESNA at Minneapolis, MN. Arlington, Va: ResnaPress, 207-209

(2002)

Stone VI, "Evaluating technology transfer: a case study in technology for persons with disabilities", Annual Meeting of the American Evaluation Association: Washington, DC

(2001)

Lane, JP, "Opportunities for Collaboration in Technology and Disability."  Actes Du Colloque – Version Intégrale Pour Une Technologie Branchée sur la Diversité.   Québec, Canada.

(2001)

Bauer SM, Stone VI, "Stakeholders forum on hearing enhancement", RESNA Conference: Reno, Nevada

(2000)

Bauer SM, Lane JP, "The demand pull project on wheeled mobility", RESNA Conference: Orlando, Florida

(2000)

Lane JP, "Applications for a technology transfer model", RESNA Conference: Orlando, Florida

(2000)

Lane JP, "A model of assistive technology transfer: theory and practice", Tsukuba College of Technology: Tsukuba, Japan

(2000)

Lane JP, "A working model of technology transfer", Technology Transfer Society: Austin, Texas

(2000)

Lane JP, "Opportunities for collaboration in technology & disability", Symposium on New Information and Communications Technologies and Persons with Disabilities: Montreal, Canada

(2000)

Lane JP, "Rehabilitation engineering research center on technology transfer", World Congress of Rehabilitation International: Rio de Janeiro

(2000)

Leahy JA, "Fundamentals of inventing", RESNA Conference: Orlando, Florida

(2000)

Stone VI, "Enhancing evaluation capacity in projects: implications of collaborative evaluation", Annual Meeting of the American Evaluation Association: Honolulu, Hawaii

(2000)

Stone VI, "Establishing best practices for technology transfer- preliminary findings", RESNA Conference: Orlando, Florida

(1999)

Kohler JA, O'Neill K, "The commercialization of the reversible toilet/transfer seat", RESNA Conference: Long Beach, CA.

(1999)

Lane JP, "A model of technology transfer for industrial competitiveness", Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE) Conference: Dusseldorf, Germany (90-95).

(1999)

Lane JP, Bauer SM, "Assistive technology, technology transfer and ergonomics", Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference: Houston, TX.

(1999)

Lane JP, "Constraints on the u.s. assistive technology marketplace", Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AATE): Dusseldorf, Germany.

(1999)

Lane JP, "Overview of RERC on technology transfer for industrial competitiveness", RESNA Conference: Long Beach, CA.

(1999)

Leahy JA, "Critical factors for evaluating and commercializing inventions", RESNA Conference: Long Beach, CA.

(1998)

Grubbs RL, Usiak DJ, "Customer orientation: the emerging role of independent living centers in participatory research in assistive technology", RESNA Conference: Minneapolis, MN.

(1998)

Kohler JA, Kon BD, "A survey on the presentation of new assistive technologies to manufacturers", RESNA Conference: Minneapolis, MN.

(1997)

Bauer SM, Lane JP, "The product team in technology transfer", 20th Annual RESNA Conference: Pittsburgh, PA, p. 133-135.

(1997)

Jain AK, Usiak DJ, "Consumer orientation: a blueprint for action", 20th Annual RESNA Conference: Pittsburgh, PA.

(1997)

Lane JP, "Roles for the technology transfer intermediary", Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE) Conference: Thessaloniki, Greece. (357-362).

(1997)

Lane JP, "The technology transfer intermediary -- roles in the assistive technology marketplace", Technology Transfer Society: Denver, CO, p. 165-169.

(1997)

Lane JP, "The technology transfer process: towards a consensus on terms and elements", 20th Annual RESNA Conference: Pittsburgh, PA, p. 130-132.

(1997)

Lane JP, Usiak DJ, Moffat JA, Scherer MJ, "Consumer evaluation criteria for assistive devices: guidelines for design, development and marketing", 20th Annual RESNA Conference: Pittsburgh, PA.

(1997)

Leahy JA, "Technology transfer via invention review: year 3 progress report", 20th Annual RESNA Conference: Pittsburgh, PA.

(1997)

Scherer MJ, Usiak DJ, Kon BD, "Consumer ratings of key characteristics of five "ideal" mobility-related assistive devices", Proceedings from the 20th Annual RESNA Conference: Pittsburgh, PA.

(1996)

Bauer SM, Shankar V, Lane JP, "Technology transfer: the virtual product model", 19th Annual RESNA Conference: Salt Lake City, UT, p. 154-156.

(1996)

Jain AK, Usiak DJ, Lane JP, "Customer orientation: key to delivering useful assistive devices", 19th Annual RESNA Conference: Salt Lake City, UT, p. 143-145.

(1996)

Kohler JA, Mencer R, "Valuing assistive technologies", RESNA: Salt Lake City, UT.

(1996)

Lane JP, "Incorporating the customer in technology transfer: directions in the field of assistive technology", Proceedings of the Technology Transfer Society, 21st Annual Meeting: Cleveland, OH.

(1996)

Lane JP, "International technology transfer in assistive technology: United States and European Union links", Proceedings of the Technology Transfer Society, 21st Annual Meeting: Cleveland, OH.

(1996)

Lane JP, Usiak DJ, Moffat JA, "Consumer criteria for assistive devices: operationalizing generic criteria for specific ABLEDATA categories", 19th Annual RESNA Conference: Salt Lake City, UT, pp. 146-148.

(1996)

Leahy JA, Lane, JP, "Technology transfer via invention review: a progress report", 19th Annual RESNA Conference: Salt Lake City, UT, pp. 128-130.

(1995)

Lane JP, "Improving technology transfer: three priority areas", 18th Annual RESNA Conference: Vancouver, CAN., pp. 228-230.

(1995)

Lane JP, "Toward a single global market for assistive technology: U.S. electronic links", Proceedings of the 2nd TIDE Conference: Paris, France.

(1995)

Lane JP, Evanco MS, "Evaluation and commercialization support to assistive devices for persons with disabilities: The RERC-TET and AZtech" Proceedings of the Technology Transfer Society, 20th Annual Meeting: Washington, DC.

(1994)

Lane JP, "Assistive technology evaluation and transfer", Combined Annual Conference of the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists: Boston, MA.

(1994)

Lane JP, "RERC on technology evaluation and transfer: a cross-sector partnership", Proceedings of the Technology Transfer Society, 19th Annual Meeting: Indianapolis, IN.

(1994)

Lane JP, "RERC-TET: program access and value added", Proceedings of the 17th Annual RESNA Conference: Nashville, TN.

(1994)

Lane JP, "Toward a single global marketplace for assistive technology", 4th Annual International Conference on Computers for Handicapped Persons: Vienna, Austria, pp. 195-197.

(1993)

Lane JP, "A collaborative model for technology evaluation and transfer", 16th Annual RESNA Conference: Las Vegas, NV

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