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Forgive these people.. for they did not know the extent of the torture and murder from their research... http://bioinstrumentation.mit.edu/People.aspx
Ramez Naam is a professional technologist who was involved in the development of widely-used software products such as Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Outlook. He was the CEO of Apex Nanotechnologies, a company involved in developing nanotechnology research software before returning to Microsoft. He currently holds a seat on the advisory board of the Institute for Accelerating Change, is a member of the World Future Society, a Senior Associate of the Foresight Institute, and a fellow of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies.
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Residence New York City, New York, United States
Institutions NYU School of Medicine
Alma mater Universidad Javeriana and Australian National University
Known for Physiology of the cerebellum, the thalamus, Thalamocortical dysrhythmia as well as for his pioneering work on the inferior olive, on the squid giant synapse and on human magnetoencephalography (MEG)
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Rodolfo R. Llinás (b. Bogotá, Colombia in 1934) is the Thomas and Suzanne Murphy Professor of Neuroscience and Chairman of the department of Physiology & Neuroscience at the NYU School of Medicine. He went to the Gimnasio Moderno school and received his MD from the Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá in 1959 and his PhD in 1965 from the Australian National University working under Sir John Eccles. Professor Llinás has published over 400 scientific articles.
He is especially known for his work on the physiology of the cerebellum, the thalamus, Thalamocortical dysrhythmia as well as for his pioneering work on the inferior olive, on the squid giant synapse and on human magnetoencephalography (MEG).
Llinas is a member of the United States National Academy of Sciences (1986) the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1996) American Philosophical Society (1996) the Real Academia Nacional de Medicina (Spain) (1996) and the French Academy of Science (2002). Dr. Llinás has received Honorary Degrees from the following universities:
* Universidad de Salamanca (Spain) (1985)
* Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain) (1993)
* National University of Colombia (1994)
* Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain (1997)
* Universidad de los Andes,(1998), Colombia
* Toyama University, Toyama, Japan (2005)
* University of Pavia, Italy (2006)
by Patrick Anquetil
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Patrick A. T. ANQUETIL, Ph.D.
Address: MIT Room 3-147
77 Massachusetts Avenue
CAMBRIDGE, MA 02139 - U.S.A.
1999-2004. - Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA.
Advisor: Professor Ian Hunter at the BioInstrumentation Laboratory – a pioneer in nanotechnology.
Thesis on the development and characterization of novel artificial muscle materials based on nanostructured, shape changing conducting polymer molecules. Minor in Business Administration, including technology and competitive strategy class taken at Harvard Business School together with MIT Media Lab (Spring 2001).
1993-1998 - M.Sc. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH ZURICH), Switzerland.
Advisors: Professor Andreas Stemmer (ETH) and Professor Tomomasa Sato (The University of Tokyo).
Thesis on the development of high resolution force sensors for nanomanipulation written at The University of Tokyo (Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology – Research conducted from Oct. 97 to Mar. 98) and sponsored by the Hubert Kudlich Fund. Major in Robotics, minor in Business Management and Economics.
Jan. 99-Present - MIT Bio-Instrumentation Laboratory (MIT), Cambridge MA, USA
Postdoctoral Associate since October 2004
Graduate Research Assistant prior to October 2004
Head of the Conducting Polymer research group. Synthesized and characterized large contraction conducting polymer-based molecular muscles. Supervised undergraduate, Master’s, and Ph.D. theses. Built high-throughput optical instrumentation for drug discovery, including a Raman spectrometer in collaboration with Novartis AG. Responsible for materials testing instrumentation (AFM, DMA, DSC, etc.). Chemistry lab manager, computer systems administrator (60+ networked computers, incl. file servers, firewall, Wi-Fi wireless network access). Extensive experience in writing grants and acquiring new sources of funding.
May 04-May 06 - Susquehanna International Group (SIG), Boston, MA, USA
Senior Financial Analyst. Expert in nanotechnology investments and commercialization. Responsible for developing SIG’s coverage of the nanotechnology industry, including authoring industry reports and marketing research to SIG’s clients. NASD Series 7, 86, 87, and 63 licensed equities research analyst. Also performed due diligence on prospective companies for SIG’s investment banking division under tight deadlines.
Oct. – Dec. 98 - Post Master’s The University of Tokyo, JAPAN
Awarded a three-month, full scholarship by the Japanese Government, to continue research work on Nanotechnology at Professor Tomomasa SATO’s Intelligent Cooperative Systems Laboratory at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST).
Mar.-Oct. 98 - ETH Zurich, Student’s Computer Center, SWITZERLAND
Systems administrator on Windows NT Server and Workstation platform.
Apr.-July 97 - Institute for Business Management + Institute for Textile Machinery, ETH Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Research project on “Profitability of production plant for fabrics with the revolutionary Sulzer weaving machine M8300” under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Urs MEYER.
Feb.-May 97 - Institute for Technology Management, ETH Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Research on “the role of the Japanese Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) - Japan’s way of managing technology at country level” under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Hugo TSCHIRKY.
Oct.-Feb. 97 - Institute for Robotics (IFR), ETH Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Research project at IFR laboratory on “Flexible structures for micropositioning”.
Internship in Robotics-Engineering. Member of the research team working on the integration of the ABB vision system in a new robot controller, including tests. Developed new mechanical structures for the ABB robots. Several of my designs and recommendations were implemented.
Oct.95-July 96 - Institute for Machine Design (IKB), ETH Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Research, as a spare-time occupation, on the possibility of simultaneous utilization of piezo ceramics as sensor and actuator for active structure control.
May - July 93 - SULZER AG, Winterthur, SWITZERLAND
Technical internship as part of the ETH undergraduate engineer training scheme.
August 92 - BARMAG AG, Remscheid-Lennep, GERMANY
Basic manual internship.
HONORS AND AWARDS
* 2006 - Listed in the 2007 edition of the Who’s Who in America directory, to be published in Nov. 2006.
* 2004 - Semi-finalist MIT 50k entrepreneurship competition. Founder of Universal Muscle a company dedicated to commercialize artificial muscle technology.
* 2004 - Invited to the MIT-BASF Workshop on Nanotechnology in Ludwigshafen, Germany – declined.
* 2003 - Awarded a $30,000 grant from the Microsoft / MIT iCampus Alliance for the iLabNoteBook project, an experiment to use tablet PCs as electronic laboratory notebooks.
* 1998 - Awarded a full scholarship from the Japanese government (Mambusho) to pursue post graduate work at the University of Tokyo, Japan.
* 1997 - Awarded a scholarship from the Hubert Kudlich Fund (Switzerland) to study at the University of Tokyo, Japan.
* 1996 - Winner of the Swiss smartROB championships. An annual competition of mobile robots at ETH Zurich. Leader of
the winning team
1. Mar. 2003 - Anquetil Patrick A., Hunter Ian W., Madden John D., Madden Peter G., Pullen Anthony E, Swager Timothy M., Yu Hsiao-hua, Xu Bing, “Molecular Actuators”, U.S. Patent pending (Application No. 10/392,354).
1. 1. Anquetil P.A., Madden J.D., Yu H.-h., Swager T.M., Hunter I.W., “Biologically Inspired Large Contraction Conducting Polymer Actuators”, 2006 to appear in the Handbook of Organic Electronics and Photonics edited by Nalwa H.S.
2. Madden J.D., Rinderknecht D., Anquetil P.A., Hunter I.W., “Creep and Cycle Life in Polypyrrole Actuators”, Sensors and Actuators A, 2006, accepted for publication.
3. Madden J.D., Barisci J.N., Anquetil P.A., Spinks G.M., Wallace G.G., Baughman R.H., Hunter I.W., “Fast Carbon Nanotube Charging and Actuation”, Advanced Materials 18, 870-873, 2006.
4. Llinas R.R., Walton, K. D., Nakao M., Hunter I.W., Anquetil P.A., “Neuro-vascular central nervous recording/stimulating system: using nanotechnology probes”, Journal of Nanoparticle Research 7, 111-127, 2005.
5. Madden J.D., Vandesteeg N.A., Anquetil P.A., Madden P.G., Takshi A., Pytel R.Z., Lafontaine S.R., Wieringa P.A., Hunter I.W., “Artificial Muscle Technology: Physical Principles and Naval Prospects”, IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, Vol. 29, Issue 3, pp. 706-728, July 2004.
6. Madden P.G., Madden J.D., Anquetil P.A., Vandesteeg N.A., Hunter I.W., “The Relation of Conducting Polymer Actuator Material Properties to Performance”, IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, Vol. 29, Issue 3, pp. 696-705, July 2004.
7. Anquetil P.A., Brenan C.J., Marcolli C., Hunter I.W., “Laser Raman Spectroscopic Analysis of Polymorphic Forms in Microliter Fluid Volumes”, The Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vol. 92, Issue 1, pp. 149-160, 2003.
PUBLICATIONS IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
1. Anquetil P.A., Rinderknecht D., Vandesteeg N.A., Madden, J.D., Hunter I.W., “Large Strain Actuation in Polypyrrole Actuators”, Smart Structures and Materials 2004: Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, edited by Y. Bar-Cohen, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 5385, p. 380, 2004.
2. Vandesteeg N., Madden P.G., Madden J.D., Anquetil P.A., Hunter Ian W., “Synthesis and Characterization of EDOT-based Conducting Polymer Actuators”, Smart Structures and Materials 2004: Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, edited by Y. Bar-Cohen, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 5385, p. 182, 2004.
3. Anquetil P.A., Yu H.-h., Madden, J.D., Swager T.M. Hunter I.W., “Recent Advances in Thiophene Based Molecular Actuators”, Smart Structures and Materials 2003: Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, edited by Y. Bar-Cohen, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 5051, p. 42, 2003.
4. Vandesteeg N., Madden P.G., Madden J.D., Anquetil P.A., Hunter I.W., “Synthesis and Characterization of EDOT-based Conducting Polymer Actuators”, Smart Structures and Materials 2003: Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, edited by Y. Bar-Cohen, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 5051, p. 349, 2003.
5. Bowers T.A., Anquetil P.A., Hunter I.W., Hogan N., “Analysis and Modeling of Electro-Mechanical Coupling in an Electroactive Polymer-Based Actuator”, MRS Proceedings, Volume 785, 2003.
6. Anquetil P.A., Yu H.-h., Madden J.D., Madden P.G., Rinderknecht D., Swager T.M., Hunter, I.W., “Characterization of novel thiophene-based molecular actuators”, First World Congress on Biomimetics and Artificial Muscles, Albuquerque, NM, USA, Dec. 9-11, 2002.
7. Anquetil P.A., Yu H.-h., Madden J.D., Madden P.G., Swager T.M., Hunter I.W., “Thiophene Based Molecular Actuators”, Smart Structures and Materials 2002: Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices, edited by Y. Bar-Cohen, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 4695, pp. 424-434, March 18-21, 2002.[pdf]
8. Madden J.D., Madden P.G., Anquetil P.A. and Hunter I.W., “Load and Time Dependence of Displacement in a Conducting Polymer actuator”, Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, Nov. 26-30, 2001.
9. Madden P.G., Madden J.D, Anquetil P.A., Hunter I.W., “Parallel Electrochemical Methods to Accelerate Material Discovery and Optimization”, Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, Nov. 26-30, 2001.
10. Madden P.G., Madden J.D., Anquetil P.A., Yu, H.-h., Swager T.M., Hunter I.W., “Conducting Polymers as Building Blocks for Biomimetic Systems”, 2001 UUST Bio-Robotics Symposium, The University of New Hampshire, Aug. 27 - 29, 2001. [pdf]
11. Madden J.D., Anquetil P.A., Madden P.G., Yu, H.-h., Swager T.M., Hunter I.W., “Efficiency of polypyrrole and calixarene bithiophene actuators”, Electroactive Polymers and Biosystems: New Directions in Electroactive Polymer Materials for Biomimetic and Interactive Processes, University of Pisa, Lucca, Italy, July 30-Aug. 3, 2001.
12. Anquetil P.A., Madden J.D., Madden P.G., Hunter I.W., “Conducting Polymer Molecular Muscles”, New Data & Research In Applications For Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine, The Knowledge Foundation, Cambridge, MA, Sept. 13-14, 2000.
13. Madden J.D., Anquetil P.A., Madden P.G. and Hunter I.W., "Efficiency of polypyrrole actuators", Utilization of Electroactive Polymers, The Knowledge Foundation, Coronado, CA, Oct. 28-29, 1999.
1. June 2005 - S. Naomi Davidson, “Development of Conducting Polymer Based Biomimetic Muscles and Fabrication Techniques for an Artificial Pectoral Fish Fin”, MIT Master Thesis.
2. June 2005 - Bryan Schmid, “Characterization of Macro-Length Conducting Polymers and the Development of a Conducting Polymer Rotary Motor”, MIT Master Thesis.
3. June 2004 - Nicaulas Sabourin, “Artificial Muscle Technology Applied Towards Treating Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation Caused by Left Ventricular Remodeling, MIT Master Thesis.
4. June 2004 - Angela Chen, “Electrodeposition of Conducting Polymer Fibers”, MIT Bachelor Thesis.
5. June 2004 - Terry Gaige, “Continuous Production of Conducting Polymers”, MIT Bachelor Thesis.
6. June 2004 - Vanessa Peña, “Design of a Biomimetic Pectoral Fin Joint in an Artificial Fish”, MIT Bachelor Thesis.
7. April 2004 - Nick Powley, “A Device for Testing the Electronic and Mechanical Properties of Conducting Polymers with Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy”, MIT Bachelor Thesis.
8. June 2003 - Bryan Schmid, “Device Design and Mechanical Modeling of Conducting Polymer Actuators”, MIT Bachelor Thesis.
9. Aug. 2002 - Marie-Eve Aubin, “Nanofabrication and Self-Assembly Techniques Towards Characterizing Single Molecule
Conducting Polymer Actuators”, MIT/Ecole Polytechnique de Paris Scientific Traineeship. Awarded a special
distinction prize by the dean of academic affairs at Ecole Polytechnique de Paris, France.
10. July 2002 - Reed Oshel, “Characterization of Conducting Polymer Actuators utilizing Novel Ionic Liquids”, MIT Center for
Materials Science & Engineering Summer Internship Thesis.
11. June 2002 - Derek Rinderknecht, “Design of a Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer for the Active Characterization of Conducting Polymer Actuators”, MIT Bachelor Thesis.
12. Jan. 2002 - Marie-Maude De Denus Baillargeon, “Measurement of the Charge of a Single Mitochondria”, MIT/Ecole
Polytechnique de Montreal Bachelor Thesis.
13. Aug. 2001 - Rachel Zimet, “Synthesis and Characterization of Conducting Polymer Composites”, MIT Center for Materials
Science & Engineering Summer Internship Thesis.
14. June 2001 - Elizabeth Ellington, “Simultaneous Visual and Electro-Cardiogram Measurements of Zebrafish Embryos”,
MIT Bachelor Thesis.
* Supervised seven additional undergraduate researchers at MIT (UROP) since 2001: Bryan Ruddy, Nikhil Shenoy, Cameron Sadegh, Sean Colbert-Kelly, Alexis DeSieno, Michael Nagel, and Jonathan Garcia.
1. The Impact of Nano-Fabrication”, Indo-US Nanotech Conclave, Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), New Delhi, INDIA, February 22-23, 2006.
2. “The Public Markets & Nanotech: What does Wall Street Want to See from Nano Companies Before Going Public”, IBF 5th Nanotech Investing Forum, Rancho Mirage, CA, February 1, 2006.
3. “BioInstrumentation - the Creation of Novel Instruments, Medical Devices and Bio-inspired Systems”, CMC Microsystems Annual Symposium, Ottawa, CANADA, October 13, 2005.
4. iDAT & iLabNotebook - Wireless Sensors and Electronic Lab Notebooks to Streamline Scientific Research”, Microsoft eScience annual symposium, Redmond, WA, October 6, 2005.
1. Anquetil P.A., Madden P.G. Swager T.M., and Hunter I.W.; “Conducting Polymers as Building Blocks for Biomimetic Systems”, First ACS/MRS/IEEE CPMT Organic Microelectronics Workshop, Newport, RI, July 10-13, 2005.
2. Anquetil P.A., Vandesteeg N. Davidson S.N., and Hunter I.W.; “Characterization of Conducting Polymer Actuators in Room Temperature Ionic Liquids”, SPIE 12th annual symposium on Electroactive Materials and Structures, San Diego, CA, March 2005.
3. Anquetil P.A., Yu H.-h., Swager T.M., and Hunter I.W.; “Large Contraction Polymer Actuators”, AMN-2: Second International Conference on Materials and Nanotechnology, Queenstown, New Zealand, February 6-11, 2005.
4. Anquetil P.A., Schmid B., Davidson S.N., Swager T.M., Hunter I.W., “Conducting Polymer Exo-Muscle Demonstration –Presentation of Technology Developed at the ISN”, 24th Army Science Conference, Orlando, FL, Dec. 1, 2004.
5. Anquetil P.A., Madden J.D., Rinderknecht D., Vandesteeg N., Hunter I.W.; “Large Strain Polypyrrole Actuators”; Talk, MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, Dec. 1-5, 2003.
6. Zimet R., Anquetil P.A., Yu H.-h., Swager T.M., Hunter I.W.; “Synthesis of Poly-?-hydroxyether Doped Polypyrrole Actuators”; Poster, MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, Dec. 1-5, 2003.
7. Yu H.-h., Anquetil P.A., Hunter I.W. and Swager T.M., “A Molecular Mechanical Approach Towards New Actuating Materials”, 224th American Chemical Society Meeting, Boston, MA, August 18-22, 2002.
8. Anquetil P.A., Yu H.-h., Madden J.D., Madden P.G., Swager T.M. and Hunter I.W., “Molecular Actuators”, 2001 Materials Science Day, MIT Stratton Center, Cambridge, MA, 2001.
9. Anquetil P.A., Lu H., “Cell Decision Processes – Area 3: Cellular Microanalytics”, DARPA Bio Info Micro (BIM) kickoff meeting, Hilton Washington Dulles Airport, November 2000.
Five additional public talks, covered in the conference proceedings publication section.
1. Oct. 2005 - IEEE Spectrum, Jones W.D., “Polymer nanowires threaded through the bloodstream may be a practical way to enter the cranium”, http://www.spectrum.ieee.org/oct05/1910
2. Oct. 2005 - Research Chanel, “Streamlining Scientific Research via Electronic Laboratory Notebooks and Wireless Sensors”, http://www.researchchannel.org/prog/displayevent.asp?rid=2842
3. July 2005 - National Science Foundation: “Nanowires in Blood Vessels May Help Monitor, Stimulate Neurons in the Brain”
4. June 2005 - Interviewed on CNBC’s Wake-Up Call: “Nanotechnology Investment Strategy of Large Corporations”.
5. Sept. 2004 - MIT Technology Review Insider Series, with Upland Productions: “Artificial Muscles”, http://www.uplandproductions.com/pages/6_documentaries/2_examples.htm
6. Apr. 2004 - Boston Business Journal, "Muscular Plastics, Med Device vie for MIT $50K Prize", (Vol. 24, Issue 10).
7. Mar. 2004 - Wired Magazine, Nadis S., “Plastic on Steroids - Artificial muscles pump up everything from military gear to drug delivery”. Available at: http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/12.03/start.html?pg=13
8. June 2003 - Women’s Wear Daily (Supplement), Gilbert D., “Putting the tech into textile”.
9. Apr. 2003 - Ivanhoe Broadcast News, “Nanomedicine: the Future of Medicine and Medical Care”
10. Feb. 2002 - MIT Technology Review, Cameron D., “Artificial Muscles Gain Strength”.
11. Feb. 2002 - Swiss-up Magazine: Profile about my research activities in the U.S. Available in French and German at: http://www.swissup.com/art_content.cfm?upid=FR3220
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* French - Native Language
* German - Bilingual, gained from living and studying in Germany and in Switzerland for more than six years.
* English - Bilingual, TOEFL Score: 627 (August 21st, 1998). Living in the U.S. since Jan. 1999.
* Japanese - Basic knowledge. Everyday practice during my nine-month stay at The University of Tokyo.
* OS - Windows 2000, XP, UNIX, Solaris, Mac OS X.
* Tools - Microsoft Office, MathCAD, Matlab, Maple, Pro-Engineer, Solid Works, CADAM, ANSYS, Dreamweaver.
* Language - Visual Studio .NET, Visual Basic, C/C++, C#, Java, Pascal, Modula 2.
* Internet - Passionate about information technology. Followed the Internet industry since 1994. Highly interested in the latest development of the WWW and e-commerce. System administrator of the MIT Bio-Instrumentation Lab (60+ networked computers, incl. file servers, firewall, Wi-Fi wireless network), web and graphic designer.
* Music - Eight-year study of solfeggio and flute-playing at Academy of Music Francis Poulenc, Paris (evening classes).
Performed in Symphonic Orchestras.
* Sports - Basketball, tennis, squash, roller-skating, mountain biking, skiing, soccer (captain of the MIT Mechanical
Engineering Department Team during the Fall 2000 and 2001 season).
* General - French gourmet cooking, Connoisseur of vintage wines (especially Bordeaux wines), Arts, literature, photography
and the movie industry, Executive Member of the Board of Rotaract Club Zurich (1996 – 1998). Elaborated
partnership with IWATZ, Swiss Institution for handicapped
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