IN3 Chairman and CEO General Gene Renuart, USAF (Ret.) talks with Inside INdiana Business host Gerry Dick about the organization’s announcement of its new collaboration space at the WestGate@Crane Technology Park, its new consortium and its commitment to economic development in Indiana.
The Indiana Innovation Institute (IN3), is today opening a new collaboration space in the WestGate@Crane Technology Park in Odon, Ind. IN3 is also announcing its new consortium to help solve the most challenging technical problems in microelectronics, hypersonics and electronic warfare for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and industry.
The Indiana Innovation Institute (IN3) is once again expanding its team. IN3 has named Mike Dodd, Director of Business Development, Jeff Tucker as Senior Program Manager and Leslie Wolfe as Director of Business Operations.
The Indiana Innovation Institute (IN3) and Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) have joined forces with Purdue University and Indiana University in a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) to develop trusted microelectronics.
The Indiana Innovation Institute has named Julie Griffith as executive vice president for strategy, partnerships and outreach. In addition, the institute has promoted Bill Kiser PhD to executive vice president for science and technology.
The Applied Research Institute is unveiling a new name and brand identity and will now be known as the Indiana Innovation Institute (IN3). It has also awarded its first contract to Purdue University.
General Gene Renuart USAF (Ret.), Chairman and CEO of the Indiana Innovation Institute, participated in an event in January 2018 at Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane which hosted General David Goldfein, the highest ranking officer in the Air Force and a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Leaders from Indiana government, the state’s largest military asset, industry and research universities have established the Applied Research Institute (ARI). At its meeting, the ARI Board of Directors approved up to $3.5 million over the next two years for its first major project.