Start Date: 7/19/2022 11:00 AM EDT
End Date: 7/19/2022 12:00 PM EDT
Venue Name: Virtual
America’s Frontier Fund is the first non-profit, deep-tech fund focused on securing the technology leadership and collective prosperity of America, its partners, and other democracies. Dr. Edlyn Levine is the organization’s chief science officer and has been involved in defense electronics on many levels. Join us in this special member forum to learn about Dr. Levine’s work and how USPAE members can engage with America’s Frontier Fund.
This is a members-only forum, which will give you more time to interact with the speakers.
Dr. Edlyn V. Levine is the Chief Science Officer and co-founder of America’s Frontier Fund. She is responsible for leading all of the organization’s scientific and technical-focused efforts to accelerate advanced technologies critical to U.S. leadership.
Dr. Levine was formerly the Chief Technologist for the MITRE Corporation’s Acceleration Office where she was responsible for advancing technologies including semiconductors, 5G, and quantum sensing in partnership with the private sector. Dr. Levine additionally led several research efforts on emerging technologies spanning C3 capabilities, quantum information science, ionospheric plasma modification, and semiconductor supply chain assurance. Her research has led to technology transfer to the US government, and multiple peer-reviewed publications and patents.
Dr. Levine also serves as a faculty member for the executive education program at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government where she teaches on hardware security, artificial intelligence, and the intersection of technology and national security. Dr. Levine has served as a special government employee for the Defense Science Board and is a research associate in the Department of Physics at Harvard University, and a visiting research scientist at the University of Maryland.
Dr. Levine’s scientific accomplishments have been recognized externally by the AFCEA 40 under 40 Award, the National Defense Science and Engineering Research Fellowship, and the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Dr. Levine received her M.S. and Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard University, and her B.S. in Physics from the University of Pittsburgh.