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Founder of ARK Mobile Finance (acquired by Cignifi Inc.), UC Berkeley (BA), University of Oxford (MBA, Saïd Scholar).
Electrical Engineering, Columbia University (MS). Information Science and Technology, Nanjing University (BS).
Peter Grindrod CBE
Professor of Applied Maths at Oxford University, Non-Executive Director of The Alan Turing Institute, Co-founder of NumberCraft (LWSN).
Research Fellow, Institute for Future Engineering. UC Berkeley (BA), Tokyo City University (MSc , Yoneyama Scholar).
Industrial Engineering, Columbia University (MS). Beihang University (BS).
Director of the Etkin Lab, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, Stanford University. Columbia University (MD, PHD).
VP Global Pre-Sales Engineering and customer success at Nexmo, Vonage (VG). University of Paris XII (BS).
Full Stack Developer at Athenium, CS & Visual Design, Oberlin College (BS).
Managing Director at Bentley Associates. Director, Private Equity at Mizuho Securities. University of Michigan (BA).
Co-Founder at Vidyo, Partner at Big Pi Ventures, 120+ Patents, Electrical Engineering, Columbia University (PHD).
Partner at Pentagram, Designed Sugar Interface for 1 Laptop Per Child, Architecture, Harvard University (MA), Media Arts, MIT (MS).
Accelerate a global ecosystem of high performing teams to solve humanity’s challenges.
The environmental, economic, health and social challenges we face require new models of collaboration.
In a world where knowledge and expertise are increasingly specialized and distributed, collaborations need to transcend old boundaries like institutions, disciplines, cultures and geographies.
This is not a prediction about the future, it is a description of the way the world is already working.
We call it the ecosystem economy.
The pioneers of this new way of working have been the world’s great universities, where multi-institutional, multi-national, multi-disciplinary research has become the new norm.
This phenomenon is described succinctly Nature's The Fourth Age of Research.
We are honored to count some of these great academic minds as our early adopters who have helped us architect Sizung’s logic to support the innovative ways in which they work.
Business is similarly rapidly moving in this direction, with Silicon Valley being an archetypal example.
Even the world’s largest and best resourced corporations here rely on close collaboration with universities, startups, and consultants to create transformative innovations.
This phenomenon is described succinctly in the Times piece about how Google achieved viable Artificial Intelligence.
We built Sizung to support and accelerate the ecosystem economy, by allowing our users to work fluidly across their entire ecosystem of collaborations from a single account.