March 1, 2016
Prattt School of Engineering invites you to join us for a special event featuring Kymeta founder Nathan Kundtz (PhD ’09) and the groundbreaking “Connected Car” featuring a first-of-its-kind mobile satellite antenna based on metamaterials technology developed at Duke!
Noon-12:45: p.m.: Presentation & Discussion
- Nathan Kundtz, CEO, Kymeta and Member, Duke Graduate School Board of Visitors
- Lawrence Carin, Vice Provost for Research
- George Truskey, Vinik Dean of Engineering
- David Smith, Chair of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Schiciano Auditorium, Fitzpatrick Center
12:45-1:30 p.m.: Viewing of Connected Car
Schiciano Lobby and E-Quad, Fitzpatrick Center
Learn more about the Connected Car and its 2016 Drive Across America at kymetacorp.com.
For more information on metamaterials commercialization efforts, click here.