The Feynman Center at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the New Mexico Start-Up Factory present the 6th Annual DisrupTECH, celebration of the disruptive technology created by the great minds of Los Alamos scientists.
At this signature innovation event, carefully selected entrepreneurial-minded scientists will present their ideas in the tech areas with the goal of introducing the latest groundbreaking technology from Los Alamos and their inventors to entrepreneurs, investors, regional leaders, policy makers, and industrial partners.
As a participant in DisrupTECH, you will be the first to see and experience the work of these featured scientists, and have the first shot at engaging in tech transfer opportunities. This is a unique networking event; one that we hope will spark transformative relationships between Los Alamos and our many stakeholders!
There will be two sessions, the first on October 15th and the second on October 22.
Session I: Hard Tech
October 15th, 2020 | 2:00pm - 4:30pm
Eric Davis: Acoustic multiphase flow sensor
Ben Karmiol: Corrosion and biofouling solutions
(Mohammad) Omar Ishak: Ready Skin: Human relevant skin culturing test platform
Carl Iverson: Transparent shielding polymers
Juan Leal: Enhanced plastics recycling
Tatyana Elkin: Nanocaged enzymes for plastics recycling
Session II: Software
October 22nd, 2020 | 2:00pm - 4:30pm
Michael Hunter: MEMO computational architecture
Nitin Daphalapurkar: Biofidelic head model that captures live brain dynamics
Zhou Lei -HOSS: Hybrid optimization software suite
Neil Loychik: Industrial Internet of Things: Sensors and AI
Kari Sentz: MAMA: Morphological Analysis of Materials
Tony Shin: ADAPTIMIZE: An Adaptive Optimizer for Autonomous UAV-Sensor Controls