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DATES: September 27-28, 2022

VENUE: Coming Soon

REGISTRATION: Coming Soon

WHAT IS STCC?

MAIN GOAL

To promote knowledge exchange between academia and industry, in order to strengthen the cooperation and transfer of innovations from research labs into industrial exploitation that will boost the economy for Armenia and benefit its citizens.

It provides platform for:

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Establishment of formal collaboration schemes with leading universities in Europe and the US and creating joint research labs with local tech companies

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Community building in niche directions to share knowledge and foster collaboration 

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Building a ground for potential repatriation of required talent from leading universities among them Postdocs, Principal Investigators, Professors and Research Scientists

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Discussions of international best practices on science funding mechanisms and their possible replication in Armenia

FOCUS AREAS

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Physics, Engineering and Space

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Computational Biology and Healthcare

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Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, and Autonomy Research

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BENEFICIARIES

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Government representatives of the Republic of Armenia

Professors from high-ranked universities

Executives and researchers of Armenia based universities and research labs

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Executives and scientists from local and international tech corporations and established startups

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Professors from high-ranked universities

ABOUT US

STCC22

STCC19

WHAT IS STCP?

STCP is an initiative that aims to accelerate and facilitate the collaboration between local science, industry, academia, government, and donor community representatives

We want to contribute to the establishment of the strong fundamentals for the local scientific and tech environment

STCP develops technology transfer practices and science funding possibilities in Armenia

STCP intends to convert STCC from a single event into a continues process 

 

HOW IT WORKS? 

STCP, who teams up different players and supports:

  • To get grants and equity financing

  • With talent growth and relocation of experts

  • In designing projects aligning science, IP, legal, and business strategies

  • With community building and nurturing

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Universities and Research Labs, who are looking for:

  • Funding programs

  • New talents

Funding programs, who are looking for:

  • Research labs and universities

  • New talents

Entrepreneurs, who want to

  • Reach out the market

  • Design Products

  • Acquire funds

Entrepreneurs, who want to:

  • Reach out research labs

  • Know the state of the art

  • Get new talents

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WHY
DO WE
NEED
STCP?

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STCC22

DATES: September 27-28, 2022

VENUE: Coming Soon

REGISTRATION: Coming Soon

The Conference is a unique opportunity to bring together representatives of science and technology infrastructures, government representatives, international donor community, and other major stakeholders to address the issues that are essential for the progress of Armenian research and technology transfer activities.

In the tech hustle of October 2019, #STCC19, organized with the support of “Support to SME Development in Armenia(EU-SMEDA) project, became a hot spot for the science and technology industry and gave a new wave to future ideas and collaboration initiatives.

 

The conference brought over 50 speakers and more than 800 participants together in one platform and facilitated discussions on:

  • Creating a roadmap towards the establishment of a robust Machine Learning Ph.D. program in Armenia

  • Involving postdocs from leading universities to Armenia and discussing avenues for potential repatriation

  • Establishing joint research labs with the collaboration of US and European universities, and local established tech companies

  • Establishing effective cooperation with European and US university labs

 

The attendees were from among:

  • Local scientific and university communities, 

  • Tech corporations, 

  • Emerging local deep-tech startups,

  • Leading research institutions (Stanford, UIUC, Tampere, etc.). 

 

The conference included:

  • 20 individual presentations given by keynote speakers 

  • 7-panel discussions

  • Two poster sessions, where emerging local deep-tech startups presented their ideas for in-depth technical discussions.

Some of the Featured Speakers Were

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Michael Kass

Distinguished Engineer at NVIDIA, PhD Stanford University

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Karen Egiazairian

Professor at Tampere University of Technology

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Al Eisaian

Co-founder and CEO IntelinAir

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Sergey Kuprienko

General Manager of Research at Ring

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Garegin Papoian

Monroe Martin Professor at the University of Maryland

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Ara Markosian

Head of Armenia Operations at Xilinx

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Ashot Papoyan

Associate Director at Tetragenetics

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Jovan Stojanovic

CEO at ELOON, lead of Belgrade AI

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Sos Agaian

Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at the City University of New York (CUNY)

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Aram Adourian

Partner at Flagship

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Will Zeng

Adjunct Lecturer at Stanford University, initiator of Unitary Fund

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Christophe Zoghbi

AI Consultant at Ticketless, lead of Beirut AI

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Naira Hovakimyan

Grafton and Wilkins professor of MechSE at UIUC and Co-founder & Chief Scientist at IntelinAir

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Ogsen Gabrielyan

Principal Scientist Bioinformatics at Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma

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Anthony Miller

Managing Partner at Verify Markets

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Bagher BabaAli

Assistant Professor at the University of Tehran

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Phone: +374 94 98 93 43  |