2014 Impact of Export Controls on Higher Education and Scientific Institutions

Georgia Institute of Technology is excited to host the

Second Annual

Impact of Export Controls on Higher Education & Scientific Institutions

When: May 5-7, 2014

Last year, the Impact of Export Controls on Higher Education and Scientific Institutions was hosted by the University of Pennsylvania and representatives from around 100 universities as well as government speakers and private sector attendees (2013 UPENN agenda). This year, Georgia Institute of Technology is excited to host the Second Annual Impact of Export Controls on Higher Education and Scientific Institutions and we hope this will become an annual conference.

Download the 2014 Impact of Export Controls on Higher Education & Scientific Institutions agenda with session descriptions.

The conference will focus on US Export Controls for the academic and scientific community. A goal of this conference is to bring together representatives from various US Government Agencies to engage the university community on the export control issues that specifically affect universities, clinical research centers, and other nonprofit research institutions.

May 5, 2014: 8am – 5pm

The Export Control 101 Workshop (EC101) is a full day basic level workshop. The intended audience consists of export control officers and other interested parties who are new to export controls or for those with more experience who want a refresher course.

May 6 & 7, 2014: 8am – 5pm

The 2014 Impact of Export Controls on Higher Education and Scientific Institutions is a two day conference that will focus on US Export Controls for the academic and scientific community. A goal of this conference is to bring together representatives from various US Government Agencies to engage the university community on the export control issues that specifically affect universities, clinical research centers, and other nonprofit research institutions.

Location: The conference will be held Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center, Atlanta, GA. Limited hotel rooms are available in the conference center. Reservations may be made online.

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We look forward to seeing you in May!