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LSIG - TSIG: Living and Working with Wearables
Mitchell International
6220 Greenwich Drive
San Diego CA, 92122
Thursday, September 28, 2017, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM PST
Category: SIG Events

Athena's LSIG and TSIG Presents: Living and Working with Wearables

Wearable devices reflect the intersection of two strengths within the San Diego Community – life sciences and technology. Athena’s Life Sciences and Technology Special Interest Groups (LSIG and TSIG) invite you to hear from San Diego entrepreneurs who are developing wearable devices to augment everyday life, as well as improve health and well-being.  The wearable device industry is an area of high-growth and interest, both in terms of products and careers.  Not only will our excellent panel of speakers share their innovative technology and the path to development, but they will also provide insights into their companies’ hiring plans and needs.  Please join us to learn more about this unique market that is poised to transform lives and the job market in San Diego.

When: Thursday, September 28 

Time: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

6:00 PM:  Welcome and introductions

6:15 PM - 7:15 PM: Speaker presentations

7:15 PM - 8:30 PM: Following the presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to network and meet with speakers who will demonstrate their products and discuss their companies’ current and future hiring needs. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be provided during the networking social. 

Where: Mitchell International, 6220 Greenwich Drive, San Diego, 92122 

Cost: Members: $30 & Non-Members: $40

 Space is limited, save your place and register here

To receive a name badge at the event please register by 10:00 AM on September 18th

 

Speakers: 

Stanley Kim

CEO, NGoggle

NGoggle is developing a portable, non-invasive neurodiagnostic headset that integrates a wearable, wireless, dry electroencephalogram (EEG) system and a head-mounted display that objectively monitors the electrical brain activity associated with visual field stimulations. 

Stanley Kim is a seasoned entrepreneur who has founded and launched several companies in diverse industries, including pharmaceutical/biotechnology, medical device and software. His first startup, SoftMax, whose signal processing technology now resides on a standard on many of the current smartphones, was acquired by Qualcomm in 2007. His second startup, Emotient, developing an adaptive (e.g., machine learning) system to recognize facial expression and emotion, was one of only eight startups acquired by Apple Inc. in the year 2016.

 

Troy Otillio

COO, Aira.io 

As COO Troy focuses on scaling the abilities of our business functions including marketing, sales, engineering and agent services. I am actively seeking talent and collaborators in the areas of AI, NLP, IoT, Marketing, QA and Security.

With 25+ years in software, technology split between 5 startups and Intuit I have a proven history and deep passion for bringing creative, innovative and disruptive concepts to market through entrepreneurial leadership with emphasis on vision, aligning technology with business or stakeholder needs. I have a reputation for deeply engaging in problems, people, innovating, mentoring and having my finger on the pulse of technology and relevant industry trends.

 

Joshua Windmiller

CTO, Biolinq

Joshua currently serves as the CTO of Biolinq, a startup that he co-founded devoted to the development of the novel biosensing modalities he has invented for application in the personal wellness and healthcare domains. Leveraging groundbreaking research at UC San Diego, Biolinq’s intradermal device allows for needle-free, pain-free continuous glucose monitoring. Biolinq’s approach is designed to improve the experience and affordability of glucose monitoring for people with diabetes.

Dr. Joshua Windmiller is an internationally-recognized expert in electrochemical biosensor technology. His Ph.D. research, funded by a Powell Foundation fellowship, focused on the development of printed biosensors, bioelectronics, and biofuel cells. He has published over 50 manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings and has eighteen US patents issued or pending. Dr. Windmiller, a Gordon Fellow, NIH SHIFT awardee, and two-time NIH Lab-to-Marketplace awardee, is the recipient of the Printed Electronics USA 2010 Academic R&D award for his developments in textile-based printed bioelectronics. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Laboratory for NanoBioElectronics at UCSD in 2013, where he was supported by the von Liebig Center for Entrepreneurism and led a commercialization grant sponsored by the DOE. For his successful product development activities leading to the commercialization of novel printed bioelectronic paradigms, he received the Printed Electronics USA 2014 Product Development award. 

 

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