Join us for a discussion on launching green technology startups. Two New Green Tech Startups (Window Power Cube and 510nano) will be speaking.
510nano is a renewable energy technology and business development firm. The company has over 60 MW of solar power plants under development. Additionally, 510nano developed a solar technology which reduces the cost of solar deployment by more than 50%. The technology can be market ready within 14 months of investment. New technology will improve ROI on power plants and provide additional revenue generation through technology licensing.
Dr. Reginald Parker is the President, CEO, Founder and Board Member for 510nano, Inc. 510nano is a technology and business development firm. Dr. Parker has over 15 years of experience in technology design and management. He has developed or co-developed 30 green technologies. He has commercialized new technologies, developed and implemented successful business plans, and optimized manufacturing products and processes. He has commercialized over $60 million in new products and optimized technology for a $600 million business unit. He was a consultant on a successful B2C implementation strategy for a major airline.
Dr. Parker developed a nanobiocomposite and an associated manufacturing process which can be used as a semiconductor, solar material, conductive paste, and a structural enhancer. He has experience in chemical treatment and design of materials to improve their properties and usefulness in a final product design.A former University Professor at Morehouse, FAMU, FSU, and UND for 8 years, Dr. Parker has distinguished himself as a teacher and technologists. Dr. Parker graduated one Ph.D. and four MS students, managed a 14-person research group, was a co-PI on a $2.5 million IDIQ research contract with the Army Research Laboratory, and received several awards for his work as an academician. He was a GEM Fellow, NASA Fellow, NCEA Fellow, Kodak Fellow, Beta Gamma Sigma Inductee, Delores Auzenne Fellow, GA Tech Tower Awardee, GA Tech PPA Fellow, Moot Corp Fellow, MIT’s Karl Taylor Compton Awardee, MIT’s William L. Stewart Awardee, Mobil Scholar and a 3M Scholar. Recently, he was selected as Who's Who Worldwide. Dr. Parker holds three (3) degrees in Chemical Engineering and one in Business Administration.
Wind Power Cube has a new patent pending design for microgeneration. This design uses a little NASA technology with some innovative concepts to produce power from the wind at ALL speeds. All cost effective, safe and quiet. They are building our second generation prototypes now that we have our patent pending. Work has started on the manufacturing details for our rooftop wind power cube!
L. John Chadwell is a petroleum engineer with an extensive IT background that has worked extensively in Federal Government, Energy and Web technology sectors. His main area of work is in Linux System Administration but dabbles in as many other areas as possible. In a consultative role, he works with Wind Power Cube providing engineering advice on design and material aspects of their wind turbine design and provides services to Oil&Gas/Mining companies around the world.
John currently contracts into DHS/FEMA as a Principal Linux System Administrator in their Testing and Development Lab after coming from AOL where he played a significant role in deploying AOL's product into 30 countries. Other work experience in the IT field includes: Intel, Fannie Mae, and FAA (ATCSCC). In the energy sector he has worked as a petroleum engineer for: Schlumberger, Pennzoil, Conoco and a variety of independent O&G operators.
John holds a BS in Petroleum Engineering from Marietta College and is working towards entering the Masters in Technology Management at GMU. In the meantime he passes the time by taking Arabic and Graduate Physics classes at Mason.
Michael Morrison currently works for Hi-Tech Solutions, a telephony services and software development firm, located in Chantilly. His position in the company is senior software developer, with over 7 year’s development experience, specializing in Java and web services in a Solaris UNIX environment.
Since November of last year, Hi-Tech Solutions has been working on a newly patented wind generator, Wind Power Cube. Michael’s secondary job role is Autocad engineering, 3D CNC machine operations, and light sheet metal machinist. He also maintains the web sales and social media for Wind Power Cube.
Michael has a bachelor degree in Information Technology with a minor in Business from George Mason University. In his spare time he plays ice hockey, works around the house, and enjoys his love for exotic cars.
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Capital Technology Management Hub
CTMH is a networking organization for technology management professionals in the Washington metropolitan area. Founded and run by alumni of the Technology Management Master program at George Mason University, CTMH provides a forum where professionals can effectively network, learn, recruit, and search for new career opportunities. Technology Management professionals can have a wide variety of roles but in essence they design, implement, support, or manage technology and are decision-makers or decision-influencers in their respective organizations.
CTMH vision is creating of a network of professional where technology management talent is discovered and developed and where good business ideas are encouraged and supported.
CTMH mission is to provide a forum for technology management professionals operating in the public and private sector to network, recruit, learn, and share information so to increase their knowledge on products, trends, challenges, and opportunities in the technology management field.