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A research engineer with more than 20 years of experience in embedded systems, networking, and computer engineering, Jason's background includes both team management and lead researcher/development roles spanning regional telecommunications services, network security software development, and sensing & control device development in medical, industrial, automotive, and military markets. Jason holds an M.Sc. from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College. His research interests include embedded system security, adaptive hardware security, high-level synthesis, compiler design, heterogeneous parallel computing, and wireless communications. He currently leads the development of WebSensing's hardware-based security capabilities.
A Professor of Computer Engineering at Dartmouth College, Steve is a nationally recognized expert in distributed computing and computer security who has served on the US Air Force Scientific Advisory Board (2009-12), as a program manager for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) (2004-8), and as a consultant to several government agencies and companies. His research interests include information operations, distributed computing and systems, computer and network security, embedded systems, and surveillance technologies. He has received several prestigious technical awards, as well as public service medals from both the Secretary of Defense and the US Air Force. Steve has substantive experience in the design and management of large, multi-disciplinary technology programs, organizational development, logistics, technology transition, and building state-of-the-art Cloud infrastructures.
An experienced startup CEO and Business Development lead with a track record of founding and leading innovative businesses, Mac has successfully brought technology products to market in a number of different end markets and has led product development, marketing and sales efforts in early stage companies. Mac has successfully negotiated financings, acquisitions, and sales of early stage companies as well. Mac is CEO of MicroArx, Chairman of Upswing International and iBoardrooms and has advisory roles in several companies. Mac holds an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and a bachelor's degree from Harvard.