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Export Controls

The University of Cincinnati Export Controls Office is responsible for protecting the transfer of US regulated information and technology, commodities, and software in the interest of national security and economic growth.

  • Man in Dublin Ohio Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Steal Trade Secrets to Sell to China

    01/15/2021

    A former Dublin, Ohio man pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in December 2020 to conspiring to steal exosome-related trade secrets from Nationwide Children's Hospital Research Institute.

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  • MIT Professor Faces Federal Charges for Allegedly Failing to Disclose Ties to China

    01/15/2021

    Gang Chen, the Director of the MIT Pappalardo Micro/Nano Engineering Laboratory and Director of the Solid-State Solar Thermal Energy Conversion Center, faces charges of wire fraud, making false statements to a government agency, and failing to file a foreign bank account report with his 2018 taxes.

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  • Illegal Exports of Carbon Fiber led to Jail and Fines

    07/02/2018

    Fuyi Sun of Philipsburg, PA, denied export privileges for 10 Years for knowingly and willfully attempting to export carbon fiber without licenses.

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Contact

Mailing Address

Export Controls Office 
University of Cincinnati
University Hall, Suite 540D
P.O. Box 210567
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0567

Street Address

University Hall, Suite 540D
51 Goodman Drive
P.O. Box 210567
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0567

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General Inquiries

Phone: 513-556-1426

Email: ExportCo@uc.edu