STROBE Knowledge Transfer Activities

Many of the new tabletop X-ray and electron sources, detectors, and imaging capabilities upon which STROBE is anchored are very new — providing capabilities that were not even imagined five years ago. Thus, there are many opportunities for knowledge transfer. STROBE seeks to –

  • Train students and scientists in advanced imaging science and prepare them for a full range of careers 
  • Disseminate or co-develop new imaging techniques to industry, National Labs and through commercialization
  • Facilitate robust student internship and personnel exchange programs
  • Increase knowledge and appreciation of the role of advanced imagery among the public, policy makers
  • Educate professional scientists and engineers in the latest advances in nanoscale imaging
  • Establish a program that facilitates access to the most advanced imaging techniques and instruments
  • Assess and disseminate innovative trans-disciplinary graduate and undergraduate curricula
  • Develop new imaging applets for enhanced learning and understanding

Current STROBE Knowledge Transfer Partners

  • Lawrence Berkeley National Labotatory
  • IBM
  • Intel
  • SRC
  • NIST
  • CU Boulder PhET
  • CU Boulder
  • Science Discovery
  • Lawrence Hall of Science
  • IMEC
  • Ball Aerospace
  • Berkeley Amplab
  • KMLabs
  • Anasys
  • Technion
  • Cambridge
  • Los Alamos National Labotatory
  • Global Foundries
  • SACLA
  • ARCNL
  • GlobalFoundries