NEWS & MEDIA

  Friday, April 2, 2021 | 2 - 3:15pm Biomechanical and Microstructural Characterizations of Tissue Leaflets for the Four Heart Valves Presented by Luke Hudson Luke Hudson is a Mechanical Engineering M.S. student in the Biomechanics and Biomaterials Design Laboratory at the University of Oklahoma. Upon the completion of...

 You can be on the forefront of aeronautics, technology and entrepreneurship. Join the Innovation District for an in-depth, virtual Symposium about Autonomous Systems, a cross-industry subject that impacts most areas of commerce in Oklahoma City. Speakers will encompass NASA engineers, professors from Oklahoma's esteemed universities and...

 The spark ignited by the Oklahoma City Innovation District just intensified, with the announcement of a 400,000+ sq. ft building development plan in the District’s core with construction set to begin in late 2021. Commercial real estate developers Mark Beffort, Robinson Park Investments, Richard Tanenbaum and...

[embed]https://vimeo.com/493809279[/embed]   Thursday, December 17th, 2020 | 2 - 3:15pm Autonomous Surveying of Water at the Surface Level Presented by Muwanika Jdiobe Muwanika Jdiobe is from Uganda, and he has a double major in mechanicals and aerospace engineering from Oklahoma State University. He recently completed his masters and will be...

[embed]http://youtu.be/gYuq5O8d6AU[/embed] Thursday, June 25th Evaluation of Arctic Stable Boundary Layer Dynamics During the 2018 ISOBAR Campaign Presented by Brian Greene Brian is a Meteorology Ph.D. student working with the Center for Autonomous Sensing and Sampling at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK. His primary project focuses on characterizing turbulence based...

[embed]http://youtu.be/kI2IX8uPVlM[/embed] Thursday, June 11th Improving Wind Speed Estimates from Weather Sensing, Rotary-Wing UAS  Presented by Tyler Bell Tyler is a Research Associate at the Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies and a Meteorology Ph.D. student working with the Center for Autonomous Sensing and Sampling at the University of Oklahoma...

Plans are in the works for an innovation district in northeast Oklahoma City that offers tremendous upside in the long term. Roy Williams, president of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, provides this simple example of its potential benefits: A symposium not long ago included a presentation...

From areadevelopment.com: Prosperous innovation districts have diversified economies and are integrated into the fabric of a community, drawing workers who seek out such environments and the companies that are trying to attract them. Read More>>...