Export Controls

What is an Export?

What are the applicable export control regulations?

How do these regulations specifically impact the UChicago's research
activities?

  • Outbound shipments
  • Laboratory access to controlled equipment and technical data
  • International Collaborations
  • Teaching/lecturing abroad and participating in international conferences
  • Travel abroad
    • The UChicago Travel Toolkit
      http://www.traveltoolkit.uchicago.edu/
      This toolkit provides assistance to University faculty, students and staff for travel planning and managing a project or research abroad. Whether traveling to a laboratory at a partner institution or conducting research at UChicago’s Center in Hong Kong, this site aims to provide the tools and information necessary to enhance your safety, reduce risks, and prepare you for a seamless journey.

  • Hosting foreign national visitors (Non -US persons)
  • Research activities not covered by the Fundamental Research Exclusion (FRE)
  • Fabrication contracts and spin-off entities
  • Private consulting or advisory services

Export Control Policy- University Memo from Don Levy

Export Control Contacts

Stefan Jellicoe, J.D., Export Control Compliance Officer
(773) 702-3793
jellicoe@uchicago.edu

Activities in China, Cuba, Iran, Syria and Sudan:
Glenn McKeown, Associate General Counsel
(773) 702-5799
gmckeown@uchicago.edu