Past Event

Nano 2021: Applications for Transforming Your Industry

May 12, 2021
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM EDT (UTC-4)
Nano 2021: Applications for Transforming Your Industry
MIT Professional Education

Location

Live Webinar

Hosted by:

MIT Professional Education log

 

 

 


Overview

State-of-the-art advancements in nanoscience are revolutionizing industries. Deepen your understanding of the nanoscale—and discover how it can transform your organization in our free upcoming webinar.

In this live virtual one-hour session, Associate Director of MIT.nano, Brian Anthony, will provide:

  • An overview of nanoscience—and why it’s consequential for your organization
  • Examples of groundbreaking nanotechnology applications across several industries, including transportation, energy, and healthcare 
  • Predictions for the future of the nanoscale 

Following the presentation, you can ask your own questions during a live Q&A session.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Dr. Anthony has over 25 years of commercial, research, and teaching experience in product realization and information enabled manufacturing. He has extensive experience in market driven technology innovation, product realization, and business entrepreneurship and commercialization at the intersection between information technology and advanced manufacturing. His research and product development interests cross the boundaries of manufacturing and design, medical imaging, computer vision, acoustic and ultrasonic imaging, large‐scale computation and simulation, optimization, metrology, autonomous systems, and robotics. His teaching interests include the modeling of large-scale systems in a wide variety of decision-making domains and the development of optimization algorithms and software for analyzing and designing such systems.  He teaches on-line and on-campus professional programs in Smart Manufacturing and sensory systems Beyond IoT.

Dr. Anthony spent the first part of his career as an entrepreneur. He developed and directed the development of products and solutions for the industrial and scientific video markets. His products fueled corporate growth from startup to dominant market leader. He has been awarded 20 patents, published over 100 peer reviewed articles, and won an Emmy from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for innovations in sports broadcast technical innovation.

  • Overview

    State-of-the-art advancements in nanoscience are revolutionizing industries. Deepen your understanding of the nanoscale—and discover how it can transform your organization in our free upcoming webinar.

    In this live virtual one-hour session, Associate Director of MIT.nano, Brian Anthony, will provide:

    • An overview of nanoscience—and why it’s consequential for your organization
    • Examples of groundbreaking nanotechnology applications across several industries, including transportation, energy, and healthcare 
    • Predictions for the future of the nanoscale 

    Following the presentation, you can ask your own questions during a live Q&A session.

    ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

    Dr. Anthony has over 25 years of commercial, research, and teaching experience in product realization and information enabled manufacturing. He has extensive experience in market driven technology innovation, product realization, and business entrepreneurship and commercialization at the intersection between information technology and advanced manufacturing. His research and product development interests cross the boundaries of manufacturing and design, medical imaging, computer vision, acoustic and ultrasonic imaging, large‐scale computation and simulation, optimization, metrology, autonomous systems, and robotics. His teaching interests include the modeling of large-scale systems in a wide variety of decision-making domains and the development of optimization algorithms and software for analyzing and designing such systems.  He teaches on-line and on-campus professional programs in Smart Manufacturing and sensory systems Beyond IoT.

    Dr. Anthony spent the first part of his career as an entrepreneur. He developed and directed the development of products and solutions for the industrial and scientific video markets. His products fueled corporate growth from startup to dominant market leader. He has been awarded 20 patents, published over 100 peer reviewed articles, and won an Emmy from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for innovations in sports broadcast technical innovation.