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Alumni Updates: 2010–Present

Eric Dattoli

Eric Dattoli (PhD EE ‘10) is a fault isolation engineer at Intel. In his role, Eric directs defect finding efforts in lead development product and test chip and guides multiple teams of technicians through the entire FIFA flow: unit level electrical testing, optical fault isolation, and failure analysis. Prior to joining Intel, Dr. Dattoli did postdoctoral research at the University of Pennsylvania and the Nationals Institute of Standards and Technology. [Nov 2014]

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Eric Dattoli ('10)
Allan Evans
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* Aminur Rahman ('12)
Eric Tkaczyk ('10)

Allan Evans

Allan Evans

Allan Evans (MSE PhD EE ’07 ’10) is the Chief Technology Officer for Avegant, a technology company focused on commercializing an exciting new near-eye display technology that mimics how people actually see by directly projecting light into the eye to create the perception of an extremely realistic image. He founded the company late in 2012 with fellow alumnus Ed Tang, who is CEO for the company.

Having already won several awards for its prototype, Avegant expects to ship the Glyph early in 2015.

Read the article: Allan Evans and Avegant: Creating a brilliant multimedia experience from anywhere with Glyph

[Read about his earlier work as a social entrepreneur with Globeshares.org with fellow alumnus Scott Wright]

Allan Evans and Scott Wright

Aminur Rahman

Aminur Rahman (BSE EE ‘12) is CEO of the company Invisi-Tag, which he founded while still an undergraduate student. The company specializes in mobile RFID asset management using custom RFID Hardware and Software. Invisi-Tag has combined their unique system with smartphone/tablet capabilities (i.e. Samsung Galaxy, Google Nexus S, Nexus 7) which will allow the user to view all their information right at their fingertips. While the technology can be adapted to any market, initially the company targeted the landscape industry. More recently they are adapting their technology to the restoration industry.

See also: Video and story about Aminur Rahman

Allan Evans and Scott Wright

Eric Tkaczyk

Eric Tkaczyk (PhD EE ‘10) was named both a 2010 Fulbright Fellow and Whitaker Scholar to support research in Estonia to develop portable and affordable cataract assessment technology.