This event is part of the Community Science & Technology Seminar Series at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Kannan Krishnaswami will be the speaker at the seminar.
PNNL has a mission to move innovations from the Laboratory to industry. We develop novel solutions to address our nation’s critical challenges of energy independence, environmental sustainability, and national and homeland security. PNNL has long history and a successful track record of collaborating with and transferring technology to industry – from security scanners at airports that keep millions of passengers safe every day to producing plant-based commodity chemicals at industrial scale. PNNL has a vast portfolio of patented and copyrighted technologies available for licensing coupled with several contractual mechanism for industry and academia to efficiently engage with the Laboratory.
Kannan Krishnaswami is a technology commercialization manager at PNNL. In this role, Krishnaswami stewards a portfolio of technologies that includes sensors, instruments, cybersecurity, and data analytical innovations. He is responsible for identifying and capturing intellectual property and its development and demonstration, ultimately leading to its transfer to industry for productization and implementation to enhance the security of our nation and its critical assets. Krishnaswami joined PNNL in 2004 as research scientist working on infrared remote sensing technologies for nuclear nonproliferation applications and subsequently transitioned to managing the internal research investments portfolio for the National Security Directorate. He earned his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, MA, and his MBA from the University of Washington in Seattle, WA.
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