Research Park at FAU October 2020 Newsletter
Research Park at FAU is home to technology companies and research-based organizations working to support the research and development activities of Florida Atlantic University and to foster economic development, broadening the economic base of Broward and Palm Beach counties.
A 70-acre destination for R&D companies to thrive, the Research Park at FAU hosts Global Ventures, a hub for established, second-stage companies to scale-up and thrive, FAU Tech Runway, a hub to accelerate technology development and incubate startup companies as well as Florida SBDC at FAU.
Established in 1985, it is widely regarded as South Florida's laboratory for new entrepreneurial ideas and technologies
The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University is celebrating 35 years of innovation and growth in South Florida.
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We appreciate the support of our sponsors as we build the future of the Research Park and invite you to help us grow and maintain our commitment for the next 35 years.
Research Park at FAU company joins NSF CAKE at FAU
The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University® recently announced that its client company, GoAwake, has joined the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Industry/University Center for Advanced Knowledge Enablement (CAKE) within FAU’s College of Engineering and Computer Science.
GoAwake is Global Ventures at FAU’s first recruit from overseas, joining the initiative from Brazil where it has become a leader, creating innovative solutions to prevent accidents caused by drowsiness and distraction when driving.
Help us welcome our newest governing Authority member, Sherry Ambrose, appointed by the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners.
Sherry joined Florida Power & Light Company in July 2018 and oversees competitive economic development projects and lead generation efforts.
Sherry brings to the team over a decade of economic development experience in Florida, Texas, and Washington at the local, regional and state levels. She’s held marketing and business development leadership roles for Enterprise Florida and the Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce.
Sherry was named among Consultant Connect’s 2018 Top 50 Economic Developers in North America.
Build your dreams with Global Ventures at FAU
Every company has a story, a dream, a vision. We want to give that dream a place to take flight.
Global Ventures at FAU is an entrepreneurial support initiative for established international and domestic U.S. companies ready to scale up to the next level of growth. The initiative seeks to scale-up domestic and international second-stage companies into profitable and sustainable companies that will positively impact South Florida’s economy in line with the mission of the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University.
Global Ventures at FAU focuses on tech companies from the fields of sensing, embedded networks, AI and big data as well as the life sciences, combining their expertise with that of the faculty at Florida Atlantic University to power growth and foster new innovations.
For more information and to apply for the Global Ventures at FAU program, visit www.Research-Park.org/global-ventures.
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The virtual 2020 Data Science, Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence Conference will bring together the research interests of Florida Atlantic University and industry and government leaders to stimulate collaboration in the areas of data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, analytics, and more. At this third annual conference, we hope to build cohesiveness among the varied groups engaged in such work in the local community and beyond. Many great ventures emerged from last year’s conference and we are moving forward in further developing relationships with data scientists and leaders of local businesses, industry and government. The purpose of this year’s Data Science and Analytics Conference is to drill down and hone in on today's unique challenges and real issues local business, industry and government data scientists, and leaders face in their current and future work with big data.
Tom Creamer, CTO, IBM and Red Hat Synergy
Adam Jones, Chief Revenue Officer, Miami Marlins
Michelle DeDeo, Professor, University of North Florida and Mayo Clinic Collaborator
Learn more at fau.edu/data.
Saturday, November 14, 2020
9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. ET
$25 Individual | $5 Student