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Learn About Funding Opportunities with NASA’s SBIR/STTR Program

Wed, Jun 12 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Topic: Technology

Join Dr. Quenton Bonds, NASA SBIR/STTR Program Manager and serial entrepreneur as he discusses opportunities in the NASA SBIR/STTR program.

Dr. Bonds brings a unique skillset to the NASA/SBIR/STTR Program Management. He has extensive experience in R&D and entrepreneurship, having started for-and-non-profit businesses, and won competitive research awards for technology development across various sectors; automotive, biomedical, earth, et al. Before joining SBIR he developed microwave instruments for various applications. At NASA, his research has been focused on the design and development of Remote Sensors for Geoscience and various other Space and or Aircraft applications. In particular, he has been very involved in the research and development of radar & radiometric sensors and developing novel radiometer calibration algorithms. He has supported the Agency on a myriad of projects in various capacities, from Design Engineer & Instrument Lead, to providing Proposal Development and PDL type support, just to name a few. His projects have been awarded numerous distinguished awards at the Division, Directorate, Center and Agency levels.


This workshop will be an online Zoom event. You must complete the Zoom registration prior to the event in order to receive Zoom meeting access details. The Zoom registration link will be provided at the end of this registration process and in the confirmation email.

Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency will be provided when requested at least 1 week in advance at 302-831-1555.

Speaker(s): Dr. Quinton Bonds


Fee: No Cost

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