Qubit Moving and Storage is developing a growing portfolio of patented quantum technologies.
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Gary Vacon is a serial entrepreneur. He was founder and CEO of NetICs and AutoCell, companies that developed products and Intellectual Property (IP) in wired and wireless networking. NetICs was acquired by Bay Networks/Nortel where its products generated over $1B in revenue. AutoCell’s IP was acquired by Intellectual Ventures. Gary has held senior engineering management positions at Digital Equipment and started his career at Bell Telephone Laboratories. He has over 50 patents, earned a master’s degree in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from MIT and served on the boards of multiple technology companies.
Dr. Kristin Rauschenbach
Dr. Kristin Rauschenbach has a passion for transforming cutting-edge research to commercial practice. She was co-founder and CEO of PhotonEx Corporation, that produced the world's first 40 Gb/s optical network product. As a Vice President at Raytheon BBN Technologies, she built the Quantum Information Processing Group from inception to internationally-recognized research organization. Early in her career, Kristin was the first technical woman appointed to the Steering Committee at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, where she founded the Optical Networking Group and became Associate Division Head of the Optical Communications Division. She earned her Ph.D. from MIT, holds more than 10 patents and published over 150 technical papers.
Dr. Kurt Rauschenbach
Dr. Kurt Rauschenbach is an intellectual property specialist in electrical and optical sciences. He has earned a Ph.D. Degree from Cornell University in Electrical Engineering and J.D. Degree from NYU School of Law. His engineering experiences includes research in high frequency devices and lasers working as a member of Technical Staff at Bell Laboratories and at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, as well as working as a technical consultant for Hughes Research Laboratories. He holds several US patents and more than 30 technical publications.