Nicole Nett

4th Friday at 444


Intended to match an Air Force Researcher with a regional partner, 4th Fridays at 444 is a speaker series designed to create introductions and collaborative efforts with non-traditional partners. In this loosely structured program, each participant speaks, followed by a joint question & answer session. Each session will be held on the 4th Friday at 444 E. Second St. in Dayton beginning at 3:00. We strongly encourage attendees to network and collaborate with each other and the speakers at a downtown Dayton establishment following the event. “Making Connection” - a dialogue on force multipliers Featuring: Matt Jacobsen, AFRL & Dr. Emily Fehrman Cory, University of Dayton Matt is a Project Manager and Systems Developer and Analyst for the Air Force Research Lab’s Materials and Manufacturing Directorate (RX). Matt and his team has developed and trademarked a software-based solution to help researchers collect, archive, search and share data seamlessly. The tool is a “total collaborative platform for the faster collection of scientific data and discovery of information.” His web-based tool can be implemented in virtually any scientific, commercial or education research environment and can usually be up and running within an hour or two. Matt’s broad technical and functional background allows for him to effective interact and direct developers, analysts, senior stakeholders and customers. Emily is a leader in the Maker Movement, and is co-founder of the Maker Faire Dayton and associated action group, Make It Dayton. Her background in advanced manufacturing,including additive manufacturing as the CTO of America Makes, led to her current role on the Dayton Manufacturing Task Force. Dr. Cory was the founding director of the AFRL Maker Hub, the first Air Force Research Laboratory makerspace, and currently advises the University of Dayton makerspace.

  • Friday, Oct 27, 2017
  • Location: 444 E 2nd St, OH
  • Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
  • Price: Free Event
4th Friday at 444
  • October 27, 2017 to October 28, 2017
  • 444 E 2nd St
  • Free Event