Priority sectors

The Subcommittee for Collaboration in Priority Sectors serves as a platform for finding and connecting U.S. and Polish partners to cooperate on innovative commercial projects in the sectors of defense, energy, health care, and science and technology. We are looking for companies, incubators, economic development agencies, institutions of higher education, and research organizations interested in pursuing joint research, development, and commercialization projects.

To find a partner, register your organization and its specialty or search our Company Profiles.

The Subcommittee will also provide support for finding funding opportunities either from US or Polish sources.
Contact your in-country representative today.


Prof. Miroslaw Miller, Deputy Director of Strategy and Development at International Laboratory of High Magnetic Fields and Low Temperatures,

George Handy, Managing Director, Activity for Innovation and Economic Growth (AIEG),


Mr. Marcin Sęk, Director of Innovations and New Technologies Office Polish Armaments Group plc (Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa S.A.)

Mauro Farinelli, Member of Executive Committee at National Defense Industrial Association,


Ms. Patrycja Zielińska, ARP - Agencja Rozwoju Przemysłu (Industrial Development Agency), Vice-Chairman,

Marjorie Chorlins, Vice President for European Affairs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce,

Science & Technology

dr Tomasz Perkowski, Fundacja Nauki Polskiej (Foundation for Polish Science), Deputy President of the Board,

Robert Peterson, Director of the IC2 Institute and the Bureau of Business Research, and Associate Vice President for Research at The University of Texas at Austin,

US Subcommittee Leader
Eric Stewart, U.S. Poland Business Council


PL Subcommittee Leader
Mateusz Gaczyński, Ministry of Science and Higher Education


Report on the Health working group’s progress


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