Mark Stomski, Director of Export Controls;
John Jenkins, Asst. Director of Export Controls
Duke University Office of Research Support
Love Auditorium [map]
The United States government regulates the export of high technology items such as night vision or satellite equipment. Similarly, U.S. regulations limit the amount of information that may be released to foreign nationals regarding how to design, develop, or produce "controlled" technologies. This session will be an overview of complex laws and regulations on export controls and how they apply to university research. Physical exports, working with foreign nationals, and international travel will be explored. Students will have an opportunity to review the export control list to determine if their research may be export controlled. Researchers who anticipate work with U.S. military agencies (DOD, etc.) are highly encouraged to attend this session.
- Professional Development