November 9, 2017 AT 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us on November 9th for a conversation with Dr. Joseph DeSimone about 3D printing, mentoring, and risk taking
On November 9, 2017, the National Science and Technology Medals Foundation will host An Evening With Joseph DeSimone at Stanford University. Dr. DeSimone is the CEO and co-founder of Carbon, where he and his team are revolutionizing the 3D printing process, and a 2013 National Medal of Technology and Innovation Laureate.
Josh Green, Vice President of Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer at Carbon, will interview Dr. DeSimone before taking questions from the audience. The discussion will cover a range of topics from Dr. DeSimone’s experiences as a student at Ursinus College, to the development of the CLIP 3-d printing technique, to his role as a mentor in the lab. A short reception with light refreshments will follow. This event will be held at the Stanford Faculty Club in the Gold and Red Lounges from 6:00-8:00 PM PST. The event is free and open to the public.
This event will be accessible by live webcast on Facebook and this event page! Please visit our Facebook event to sign up. For more information on how to register to attend in person, please visit Eventbrite.
JOIN US IN PERSON OR VIA WEBCAST FOR AN EVENING WITH JOSEPH DESIMONE AT THE STANFORD FACULTY CLUB ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2017 AT 6PM.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Dr. Joseph DeSimone is the CEO and co-founder of Carbon, a company revolutionizing the 3D printing industry. His team developed a process called continuous loop interface production or CLIP which is a super fast 3D printing technique using light and oxygen that allows the printed objects to emerge from a pool of resin – just like the T-1000 robot in Terminator 2. Before co-founding Carbon with one of his students, he co-founded several other companies, taught at UNC-Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University, and mentored over 30 students from underrepresented demographics through their doctoral studies. DeSimone completed his undergraduate studies at Ursinus College and his doctorate at Virginia Tech – both in chemistry. To learn more about Dr. DeSimone, read this, this, this, or this!
Josh Green came to Silicon Valley in 1980 to practice law. Since then, he’s helped build two law firms from scratch into two 150-person operations; turn around a high school basketball program; and overseen countless venture capital transactions and mergers. Green joined the Carbon team in 2015 where he currently serves as the Vice President of Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer. He received his BA in Political Science from UCLA before completing his J.D. at UCLA Law School. For more information about Mr. Green, visit his LinkedIn profile or read this!
ABOUT THE AEW PROGRAM
An Evening with Joseph DeSimone is the third AEW in a series of events connecting students with NMS and NMTI Laureates. Every Laureate has a unique story, and it is the mission of the NSTMF to share these stories far and wide. It is more important than ever to celebrate the heroes of American scientific excellence who are driving our world forward. By sharing the Laureates’ stories and celebrating their diverse backgrounds, the AEW program gives anyone the opportunity to learn from and interact with Laureates and maybe, just, maybe, be inspired to begin their own career in STEM. For more information about the AEW, read this.