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Presented by Lehigh@NasdaqCenter and the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science, Disruptive Engineers is a 7-week seminar course for Lehigh students with an accompanying guest speaker series hosted by Samantha Walravens that is free and open to alumni and friends of the University. The series features the masterminds building cutting-edge technologies like LiDAR and robotic vision for autonomous vehicles, big data/AI, quantum computing, blockchain, nanotechnology, and more!
In this introduction to the speaker series, Ikhlaq Sidhu sets the stage for what it means to be a disruptive engineer. Sidhu shares from his extensive experience brining to gether academics, industry professionals, students, and others with different perspectives, designed to foster unique innovation projects. Ikhlaq Sidhu is the Chief Scientist and Founding Director of UC Berkeley’s Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET). He is the author of the book “Innovation Engineering: A Practical Guide to Creating Anything New” and holds 75 patents in internet communication technologies. Dr. Sidhu developed the Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship (for new ventures), and the Berkeley Method of Innovation Leadership (for technical leaders). He advises companies that are innovating in areas including AI, big data, blockchain, and other emerging technologies.
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