Articles related to Vanderbilt University School of Engineering
[Updated 3/15] 41 items, including SEC $ filings, tech talent, startups, entrepreneurial events, capital formation, exec roles, and more.
Founder spent nearly a decade here earning degrees at Vanderbilt University.
AI-Machine Learning-oriented startup must consider other HQ cities.
A fresh dozen items from around the state of interest to the venture sector.
[updated] 2016 rocks with appealing events statewide.
The new center's portfolio, mission, identity and reach are getting steadily sharper.
Within this scientific work are pain-points that could spawn inventions, innovations and startups.
Tech-dev exec, active Angel with Bioenergy interests surveys the region.
[updated] Veterans of Summit, Accel, Facebook, TPG, Tech Crossover, GS and others on BoT.
Engineering Dean sees opportunities to address large-scale global needs.
Executive director also seeks mentors, domain experts and collaborations.
Pendleton Square, NextDocVisit, VU commercialization.
A fourth cohort of startups is likely to be invited to Knoxville, but timeline TBD.
[updated] Nashville's first woman as Mayor eyes opportunities, five months into her term.
The local shortage of computer science, other engineering talent oft-cited, while recruiters swarm.
[updated] Two Vanderbilt alumni target celeb-streamers who seek shares in 200MM fan universe.
[updated] Trained as Engineer, school by Life in empathy as a key design ingredient for social good.
[updated] North Carolina-based entrepreneur and scholar begins work April 1.
Still fully engaged Postdoc Fellow has entrepreneurial vision.
For those hoping companies will leverage TN assets, Eve Steigerwalt is among key contacts.
Now is a great time to 'shake-up' the Music Instrument marketplace, says CEO.
Handful of IC candidates remain in-the-running, VUSE plants flag in Maker territory
With EC as primary Kauffman liaison, EC and others will spur local entrepreneurial innovation.
New program could influence music-entertainment-ed entrepreneurship.
The past two FY's have seen VU IP embedded in startups in several sectors.
[update] There'll be plenty of interest on-campus and off- for this job.
[Updated] Who knows, such relatively stealthy encounters may be underway, daily.
[updated] This immunization data-collection startup is being accelerated via a university alliance.
National and State workforce- and innovation-oriented initiatives link TN cities.
VTC Accelerator's regional mission to be continued after 3 years at Tullahoma.
[updates] Optio is building talent base in Nashville
Other cities may want Ziiio app, and startup's VU license sets stage for entry into healthcare
Doug Schmidt is but one of the sparkplugs firing the school's innovation and commercialization push.
Returning to Tennessee, software entrepreneur says Tennessee can be Tech hotbed
TTDC now seems to be fully staffed to further pro-venture programs
Med Center and Biomed Engineering faculty and students collaborate in commercialization effort
[Confirmed] Dalcon now sports a gathering of Tech eagles.
The Cyber-industrial complex creates a foothold in Music City, as cyber risks proliferate
A Virginian and a Chicagoan set up shop in Nashville to pursue their ed-tech startup
[updated] Two Vanderbilt grads prepare to raise more capital for their crash-notification system
IDEAS begins with straight talk from the VU campus about Nashville's IT challenges and opportunities
Vanderbilt University's 34-ranked Engineering Schools bows recognition of one Dean's contributions, announces his successor
Milestone events, capital raises, a whiskey resurrected, and local venture news recapped.
Steve Hau is hopeful that he can not only change healthcare for the better, but join other locals in creating an engineer's haven
Ian Rogers from TopSpin, Lehmans on the move, VUSE prof knows something of ventures, new UT ag exec, Avondale analyst and more
New VC council forming, less TNInvestco info, Marcums' Tullhoma venture Launch Pad and news here and elsewhere
Speaker Harwell's tech agenda.. Schulz on ECD strategy.. new TN tech jobs.. Chattanooga Ventures.. Dream CS, DigiChart and more..
This economic-development lender is deepening its footprint statewide
Researchers, students and others will share in the space run by VUSE's software institute.
Leveraging personal networks, two entrepreneurs look for things bigger companies should sell.
Jacobs' latest, TripRaiser traction, Delegator does it all, Pfeffer's sage advice, touching base with Applied Health and more here.
Chikai Ohazama, a Vanderbilt Engineering alum, drops-in later this week to share his Google adventure with students
For Calendar Year 2010, here are VentureNashville's twenty-five most-opened offerings.
Congressman argues Mid-TN and corridor could play a bigger role in Defense, Homeland Security and related arenas
Firm founded by two former engineers will soon have a record number of Nashville-based lawyers
Digital Reasoning, tech transfer, Metro development, Innotec, nTelagent, Memphis venture forum, ICA, M&A, bankruptcies and more...
Hospitals looking for greater revenue as elected procedures drop are helping propell health-portal revenue
The stakes for hospitals are high and rising, amid disasters and other incidents, and two tech-driven Nashville companies respond
VU, Bart Gordon, ORNL among partners: Meeting in D.C. seeks better ways to link business, science and national labs
Two of Nashville's Internet veterans seem to be sailing through the economic downturn, in a venture that's really going somewhere, slowly.
While swearing-off another tech startup, this mid-life entrepreneur keeps finding new ventures and hobbies to love
Though we hear over and over that Nashville isn't top o' mind in software and technologies, a major conference here this fall serves as a reminder of the true depth of local resources.
Preparing for a visit to Mount Microsoft, this VU Engineering scientist shares his thoughts about his low-profile work in an area some others think could provide further energy for the Big Bang in video-on-demand. Given a glimpse of the findings, one local entrepreneur doesn't find it 'trivial', at all.