Crossing the chasm - still a relevant challenge
Angela Mondou, author, entrepreneur and founder of ICE Leadership Inc., shared her insight into technology commercialization at the CryptoWorks21 Distinguished Lecture March 12.
In an entrepreneurial environment always focused on turning the newest technology into a viable startup company, it’s easy to lose sight ...
Math student awarded scholarship for cybersecurity research
CryptoWorks21 alumni and graduate student in the Department of Combinatorics and Optimization Elena Bakos Lang has been awarded the RBC Graduate Scholarship valued at $20,000 over three terms.
The scholarship is awarded to a graduate student conducting research in topics aligned with quantum-safe cryptography ...
CryptoWorks21 alumnus recognized for outstanding thesis
CryptoWorks21 alumnus Anqi Huang has been awarded the first RBC Outstanding Thesis Award in Cybersecurity in the Quantum Era for her PhD thesis.
The award is given annually to recognize an outstanding thesis on quantum-resistant cybersecurity from graduates of the CryptoWorks21 program. Huang completed her ...
The "blood, sweat, tears, toil and triumphs" of commercializing technology
In his own words, Marc Morin is “addicted to the game.”
Morin is the CEO and co-founder at Auvik Networks, pronounced awe-vik, as in awesome. “It’s like having a child who does way better than you and it’s awesome,” Morin explained at the ...
IP Lunch & Learn Lecture Series (2018-2019)
CryptoWorks21 will once again host the IP Management Lunch and Learn Lecture Series (3).
There will be nine lectures in total, starting Tuesday, November 13th, 2018 and ending Tuesday, May 14th, 2019. It will be held in QNC1201 from Noon to 1pm.
The lectures are ...