NASA Technology Transfer Network

T2 Program Network

NASA Headquarters

Daniel Lockney
Technology Transfer Program Executive
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Daniel Lockney
Phone: (202) 358-2037
E-mail: daniel.p.lockney@nasa.gov
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NASA Official: Daniel Lockney

Daniel Lockney is the Technology Transfer Program Executive at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC, responsible for Agency-level management of NASA intellectual property and the transfer of NASA technology to promote the commercialization and public availability of Federally-owned inventions to benefit the national economy and the U.S. public. Lockney oversees policy, strategy, resources, and direction for the Agency’s technology commercialization efforts.

NASA has had a long history of finding new, innovative uses for its space and aeronautics technologies, and Lockney is the Agency’s leading authority on these technologies and their practical, terrestrial applications.

Lockney studied American Literature at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and creative writing at Johns Hopkins University. He started his NASA career as a contractor in 2004, converting to civil service in 2010. He lives in University Park, Maryland, with his wife and two space pups, Astro and Cosmo.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration 300 E Street, SW Washington, DC 20546

Licensing Inquiries
Phone: (202) 358-7432
E-mail: Agency-Patent-Licensing@mail.nasa.gov
 
Spinoff Program Office
Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, Maryland 20771
E-mail: spinoff@nasa.gov
Spinoff Editor-in-chief
Ann Harkey
Phone: (256) 335-1397
E-mail: ann.m.harkey@nasa.gov
 
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Kimberly Hines, ARC
Ames Research Center
Technology Transfer Office Chief:
Kimberly Hines
Phone: (650) 604-5582
E-mail: kimberly.k.hines@nasa.gov
 
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Benjamin Tomlinson, AFRC
Armstrong Flight Research Center
Technology Transfer Office Chief:
Benjamin Tomlinson
Phone: (650) 276-2190
E-mail: benjamin.h.tomlinson@nasa.gov
 
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Harvey Schabes, GRC
Glenn Research Center
Technology Transfer Office Chief:
Harvey Schabes
Phone: (216) 433-8047
E-mail: harvey.l.schabes@nasa.gov
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Darryl Mitchell, GSFC
Goddard Space Flight Center
Technology Transfer Office Chief:
Darryl Mitchell
Phone: (301) 286-5169
E-mail: darryl.r.mitchell@nasa.gov
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Daniel Broderick, JPL
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Manager, Office of Technology Transfer at JPL:
Daniel Broderick
Phone: (818) 354-1314
E-mail: daniel.f.broderick@jpl.nasa.gov
 
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Leonard Yowell, JSC
Johnson Space Center
Technology Transfer Office Chief:
Leonard Yowell
Phone: (281) 483-2811
E-mail: leonard.yowell-1@nasa.gov
 
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Trent Smith, KSC
Kennedy Space Center
Technology Transfer Office Chief:
Trent Smith
Phone: (321) 867-7492
E-mail: trent.m.smith@nasa.gov
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Krista Jensen, LaRC
Langley Research Center
Technology Transfer Office Chief:
Krista Jensen
Phone: (757) 864-3346
E-mail: krista.y.jensen@nasa.gov
 
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Sammy Nabors, MSFC
Marshall Space Flight Center
Technology Transfer Office Chief (Acting):
Sammy Nabors
Phone: (256) 544-5226
E-mail: sammy.nabors@nasa.gov
 
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Dawn Davis, SSC
Stennis Space Center
Technology Transfer Office Chief:
Dawn Davis
Phone: (228) 688-3012
E-mail: dawn.m.davis@nasa.gov
 


 

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NASA’s Technology Transfer Program pursues the widest possible applications of agency technology to benefit US citizens. Through partnerships and licensing agreements with industry, the program ensures that NASA’s investments in pioneering research find secondary uses to support the economy, create jobs, and improve quality of life.

NASA HQNASA Headquarters provides leadership, policy, strategy, resource allocation, and media relations for technology transfer activities agency-wide.

 

NASA field centersThe Technology Transfer Office at each of NASA’s 10 field centers represent NASA’s technology sources and manage center participation in technology transfer activities.

 

NASA Center Technology Transfer Offices

ARC – Ames Research Center. Information technology, biotechnology, nanotechnology, aerospace operations systems, rotorcraft, and thermal protection systems.
http://technology.arc.nasa.gov

AFRC – Armstrong Flight Research Center. Aerodynamics, aeronautics flight testing, aeropropulsion, flight systems, thermal testing, integrated systems test and validation.
http://www.nasa.gov/offices/ipp/centers/dfrc

GRC – Glenn Research Center. Aeropropulsion, communications, energy technology, high-temperature materials research.
https://technology.grc.nasa.gov

GSFC – Goddard Space Flight Center. Planetary science, LIDAR, cryogenic systems, tracking, telemetry, remote sensing, command.
http://techtransfer.gsfc.nasa.gov

JPL – Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Near- and deep-space mission engineering, microspacecraft, space communications, information systems, remote sensing, robotics.
http://scienceandtechnology.jpl.nasa.gov

JSC – Johnson Space Center. Artificial intelligence and human-computer interface, life sciences, human space flight operations, avionics, sensors, communications.
http://technology.jsc.nasa.gov

KSC – Kennedy Space Center. Fluids and fluid systems; materials evaluation; process engineering; command, control, and monitor systems; range systems; environmental engineering and management.
https://technology-ksc.ndc.nasa.gov

LaRC – Langley Research Center. Aerodynamics, flight systems, materials, structures, sensors, measurements, information sciences.
http://technology.nasa.gov/larc

MSFC – Marshall Space Flight Center. Materials, manufacturing, nondestructive evaluation, biotechnology, space propulsion, controls and dynamics, structures, microgravity processing.
http://techtran.msfc.nasa.gov

SSC – Stennis Space Center. Propulsion systems, remote sensing, nonintrusive instrumentation.
http://technology-ssc.ndc.nasa.gov

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