Are you seeking solutions to your Air Quality challenges?
Are you developing or interested in new Air Quality technologies?
Are you looking for Air Quality collaboration partners?
This event will include presentations and panel discussions on new innovations and challenges in Air Quality technologies and opportunities for new partnerships. Presentations will be from experts representing the space, energy and medicine communities, across industry, academia and government.
8:00 Networking and Light Breakfast
8:30 Welcome and Announcements
8:45 Panel Session 1
Air Quality Monitor on the International Space Station – NASA JSC/Wyle
Air Sampling Method Development and Evaluation – Battelle
Indoor Air Purification Technology – Transformair
NASA’s New Capabilities for Air Purification – NASA JSC
New Spectroscopic Techniques for Trace Gas Measurements – Rice University
Single Channel Radiation Detection Circuit – NASA JSC
10:15 Networking Break
10:30 Technology Collaboration Center of Houston Overview
10:45 Panel Session 2
Air Quality Challenges in the Energy Industry – Shell
Gas Cloud Imaging Technology – Rebellion Photonics
High Performance Real Time Continuous Mercury Emissions Monitor – nanoRANCH
Innovative Air Conditioning and Climate Control – NASA JSC
NASA Developments in Personal Protective Equipment – NASA JSC
Understanding Temporal and Spatial Variability of Ozone in Houston – Rice/University of Houston
1:00 Panel Session 3
Air Quality Technology Assessments and Application - Battelle
Environmental Health in Manned Spacecraft – NASA JSC
Grid Powered Pumping Units, an Impactful CO2 Reduction Process – Baker Hughes
Multi-Gas Monitor – NASA JSC/Wyle & Vista Photonics
Portable Leak Detector – NASA JSC/Wyle
Solar Occultation Flux – HARC
Anyone with an interest in new innovations in air quality technologies or solving air quality challenges should participate in the event.
The TCC Air Qualities Technologies event will be held on Thursday, March 26, from 8AM to 2:30PM,
sponsored by and held at the Houston Technology Center. Organizations with an interest in new innovations
in air quality technologies or solving air quality challenges should participate in the event. The event agenda
will be sent to registered attendees and presenters prior to the event.
The TCC events are a continuation of the JSC Connect event series previously organized through a partnership of the Houston Technology Center, Gulf Coast RCIC, Texas Emerging Technology Fund and NASA Johnson Space Center. Five JSC Connect events were held on water quality & purification, robotics, telemedicine, RFID, and batteries. Topics for the other 2015 TCC events will be announced soon.