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Tue, Apr 09



French Tech Tuedays

US Universities' wealth of innovation and its transfers to the industry & The success journey of an AI company

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French Tech Tuedays
French Tech Tuedays

Time & Location

Apr 09, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Boston, 321 Summer St, Boston, MA 02210, USA

About the event

Dive into the heart of innovation with French Tech Boston’s Tech Tuesday  🎉

📆 April 9th, 6:30 – 8:30pm

📍 Shift Technology’s office, 321 Summer Street, Boston

Prepare to step into the dynamic world of Shift Technology’s office, generously opening its doors to our tech-savvy community. Join us for an exhilarating exploration of Tech Transfers, where groundbreaking ideas take flight 🚀

Kicking off the evening, we are thrilled to host Jeremy Jawish, the visionary CEO of Shift Technology (NEXT40) and a cherished member of French Tech Boston. Delve into Shift's remarkable journey, from inception to a unicorn with its awe-inspiring Series D milestone, and glean insights from its ventures into the US market.

Brace yourself for a riveting panel discussion on Technology transfers, featuring experts from MIT and visionary entrepreneurs who have harnessed academia's wealth to forge new ventures. Dive into the realm of #Greentech entrepreneurship while unraveling the universal process across diverse tech sectors.

🎙️ Tech Transfer Speakers:

- Leon Sandler: Strategic Advisor, MIT Deshpande Center for Technological Innovation

- Maher Damak: CEO & Co-founder, Infinite Cooling (MIT spin-off, Cleantech, Forbes 30 under 30)

- Sidney McLaurin : CEO & Co-founder, Fleet Robotics

- Emily Stoler : Principal Scientist, Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering (Harvard)

- Audrey Philippot-Dahan, Moderator, Social and Climate entrepreneur

🍷 And what's an unforgettable evening without indulging the senses? Treat yourself to a delectable catering buffet from La Voile, perfectly complemented by exquisite French wines that promise to elevate your evening.

RSVP now! ⬇️

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