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Research & Entrepreneurship Day 2010: Engineering Innovation
Date:4/21/2010

HOBOKEN, N.J. -- Stevens Institute of Technology presents Research & Entrepreneurship Day on April 30th, 2010 in the Canavan Arena , Schaefer Athletic Center on Stevens campus.

R&E Day is a showcase of Stevens advanced technologies, including its array of startup companies and student based research programs. It is also a celebration of the Institutes' focus on entrepreneurship and success in engineering solutions for the betterment of mankind. R&E Day is intended to foster relationships with industry, investors, and researchers who can cooperate in commercializing these exciting new technologies.

Key note speakers for the day include:

Mitchell D. Erickson, Ph.D. Director, Northeast Operations, Science & Technology Directorate, Department of Homeland Security who will be discussing the DHS, with an emphasis on how technology can keep us secure.

Frank Fawzi, CEO & Chairman, IntelePeer, who will focus on entrepreneurship & innovation as it relates to both academia and industry.

Michael R. Singer, Executive Director, Security Technology, AT&T, will be discussing security and cybersecurity research.

Stevens Spinout Company Presentations:

  • Attila Technologies - Software and systems for dynamic multi-network wireless signal concatenation that dramatically increases bandwidth and spans the ever-changing landscape of improved wireless communication.
  • ID 8 Systems - Ideation software that employs and active stock market where ideas are traded and embellished through a platform of collaboration.
  • CADeyes - Advanced mobile mapping system designed to create dimensionalized site and contour maps, and as-built drawings of both exterior and interior of building structures.
  • Seahorse Power - Offshore wave energy company with a patented second-generation technology that triples wave power output versus traditional systems.
  • InStream Media - Sophisticated cybersecurity company focused on i
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Contact: Sandra Furnbach
sandra.furnbach@stevens.edu
201-216-8186
Stevens Institute of Technology
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