In this talk, Milton Chang will discuss his work as an entrepreneur, and as an angel investor. He will outline a simple logical procedure that has worked effectively for more than a dozen companies that he has incubated.
In this talk, Rosemary Coates will discuss how her work in evaluating the possibilities of reshoring manufacturing in the U.S. led to creation of the Reshoring Institute.
This talk will address what the future of work could look like by examining technological, ecological, societal and economic factors regarding how automation, security, personal technologies and infrastructure can leverage these factors to revolutionize the nature of work.
As virtual events are happening all the time these days, this virtual event will discuss the optimal may to create a comfortable home office environment.
Storage devices connect to computer systems through interfaces that have evolved over time. This event will explore this evolution, which has largely taken place in Silicon Valley.
In this talk, Dr. Matt Francis will describe the design of hardware able to operate at up to 500˚ C.
Trade secrets are the "secret sauce" upon which companies depend to ensure their competitive edge. They encompass any and all information that a company would want to keep out of the hands of its competitors, including customer databases, marketing and business plans, financial information, and technological developments.
This talk will discuss incorporating MRI modelling into neural network architectures to allow Deep Learning image reconstruction, and how this is reducing patient stress by dramatically shortening MRI exam times.
An international event recognizing how massive antennas in the US and Italy confirmed Einstein's 1916 prediction about the nature of gravity.
Piezoelectricity is the basis of much of modern technology, including for various uses in your cell phone. This talk will provide an overview of its operation, and will discuss applications such as ultrasonic surgical transducers, transformers, and ultrasonic motors.