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Nanotechnologies: How the Very Small Is Making a Very Large Impact... & Why You Should Care

MIT Enterprise Forum of the Central Coast

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PST)

Nanotechnologies: How the Very Small Is Making a Very...

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Nanotechnologies aim to modify macroscopic properties through observation, control, and manipulation of individual atoms and molecules. It has begun to have profound implications for science fields, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, computing and engineering. Santa Barbara is a hub for research and development of nanoscience including quantum computing.

The California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) at UCSB serves as a national research and education center, and houses the CNSI Technology Incubator, created to promote technology translation and local economic development by providing physical lab space to technology-based startups.

This program showcases companies that are already leveraging nanotechnology in their product, as well as those companies looking to new applications and new research in the field. Companies that are represented on the panel are from start-up, to mid-stage, to Google!

Panelists:

Luke Theogarajan, CTO and co-founder, Laxmi Therapeutic Devices. 

Craig Prater, CTO, Anasys Instruments

Evan Strenk, CEO Milo Sensors, Inc.

John Martinis, UCSB

 

Moderator: Tal Margalith,     Executive Director of Technology, California NanoSystems Institute, UCSB

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When & Where


Santa Barbara Women's Club
670 Mission Canyon Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93105

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PST)


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MIT Enterprise Forum of the Central Coast

The Central Coast MIT Enterprise Forum hosts the region’s top business and technology events. Each month, we bring together veteran business leaders and experts to host events designed to educate, inform and inspire entrepreneurs.

Our Mission
To promote a unique process and atmosphere to develop and strengthen the entrepreneurial community in the Central Coast through interaction with experienced executives who have successfully navigated the challenges of building an organization.

In 1986, the MIT Enterprise Forum of the Central Coast was established to serve the coastal business communities of Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Enterprise Forum has 25 chapters worldwide, each offering unique programs and networking opportunities for entrepreneurs.

Presentations
Early stage businesses face many common challenges. In case presentations, the Forum provides local entrepreneurs the opportunity to present their business plans during an open meeting before a panel of specially chosen business experts and an audience of peers and other people interested in business development. This Forum format provides the presenting companies an opportunity to receive feedback and suggestions for their businesses from experienced professionals.

Selected Topics
Special topic presentations address current and specific challenges facing early stage businesses. A special panel of entrepreneurs and industry experts is assembled for an in-depth “round table” discussion of the issue.

 

MIT Enterprise Forum of the Central Coast is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization registered with the state of California, supported by individual and community contributions. Tax ID/EIN# 77-0248019 

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