Dr. Eric Flaim
Dr. Flaim is Director of nanoFAB, a centralized open-access research and development facility, specializing in nanoscale fabrication and characterization. He also serves as Director of the Elko Garage, a makerspace at the University of Alberta supporting students, staff, and startups to build their ideas, and of ISAIC, which provides high-performance cloud computing resources for AI/ML experimentation, development and deployment. Eric is also the Program Manager for the Innovation Catalyst Grant, a seed funding program supporting the hardware commercialization efforts of recent graduates. Eric holds a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Alberta.
Dr. May Siksik
Dr. May Siksik is the Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Innovation Network and has served previously as the Chief Technology Officer at Deep Tech Canada and the Director of Business Development at the Quantum Algorithms Institute. May has extensive experience working in research and commercialization in several industry sectors and has contributed to the Canadian innovation ecosystem and to the academic community through many successful initiatives and projects. May holds a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of British Columbia.
Dr. Jeff F. Young
Dr. Young is a member of the Executive Committee of the Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute, a world-class research centre at the University of British Columbia, where scientists push the boundaries of quantum materials research to inspire fundamentally new technologies. Jeff is also a Professor Emeritus in, and former Head of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at UBC, conducting research in the field of integrated quantum photonics. He holds a PhD in Physics from the University of Toronto.
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