Andrew Jamison, CEO
Andrew Jamison is an experienced executive with four successful start-ups to date. Most recently Andrew was vice president of marketing for software maker Patron Systems. Prior to that, he was vice president of sales for Entelagent Software Corporation and ViewTech Corporation. He founded GroupNet, Inc., a PictureTel Corporation reseller. Jamison spent ten years with PictureTel Corporation where he was the fourth employee of the company and also a founding member of the European management team of PictureTel International LTD. During his years at PictureTel, revenue grew to over $200M and market value reached more than $1.0B. He received his undergraduate business education from Northeastern University and conducted post-graduate studies in finance at Fairfield University
Rajeev Surati, Ph.D., Chairman, President, Founder
A founder and inventor, Rajeev has built several successful companies and been granted five patents to date including the core patent for Scalable Display Technologies. Among Rajeev’s many inventions are Enterprise Instant Messaging (for Flash Communications) and the distributed “Application push over HTTP” system (for Nexaweb). At Photo.net Corporation, which Rajeev cofounded, he was responsible for running the first photo-sharing site on the Web. He also cofounded Flash Communications, subsequently sold to Microsoft. Rajeev serves on the Boards of Tao Group and Photo.net. and the advisory board of Prematics and Nexaweb Corporations. Rajeev’s Ph.D. from MIT focused on projector/camera feedback systems.
Kevin Amaratunga, Ph.D., Vice-President of Engineering
After receiving his Ph.D. from MIT in Computational Engineering, Kevin served as Associate Professor in Civil Engineering at that university. Later, at Netscape, he was the technical lead for image-processing software, responsible for the development of the Netscape browser’s first framework for animated web pages. Kevin has authored over 50 peer-reviewed articles on an impressive range of topics, including high-performance algorithms, software for signal processing, machine vision, image compression, and numerical modeling applications. He was also the recipient of an NSF faculty early career development award for research on wavelet-based numerical applications involving 3D geometry.
Board of Directors
Samson is an expert in image processing and machine vision with more than 15 years experience. He has written two 60,000+ line software libraries in C++, in addition to writing the first version of Scalable Display's software. He has contributed to several open-source projects including the visualization toolkit (VTK) and the Insight Toolkit (ITK). After receiving his Ph.D. from MIT with a focus on fast image-processing algorithms, Samson served as a researcher at the prestigious universities including MIT, Caltech, Harvard, and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
Tom Knight was a senior research scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, part of the MIT School of Engineering and now works at the intersection between computation and biology in the area of synthetic biology at Ginkgo Bioworks, a company he co-founded in 2008.
Mr. Jeffrey Weiss is venture partner at Point Judith Capital in Rhode Island, and a member of the Clean Energy Venture Group in Massachusetts. His current focus is on clean energy startups. Previously, Mr. Weiss was vice president of engineering of Digital LightCircuits, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Omnia Communications, Vice President of systems architecture at Ciena, Managing Director/Chief Technology Officer of Magnalink Communications, and Vice President of technology for Telco Systems. He has been involved in engineering or management roles at a variety of other companies including Motorola (Codex Corporation), Sphere Technology, Cryptall Communications, and IBM’s TJ Watson Research Laboratory. He is a Member of Advisory Board, Energy and Environment of Slater Technology Fund and a board.html.html member at Scalable Display Technologies and Andera Software. He has also served as a member of the Curriculum Advisory Committee for Brown University’s Electrical Engineering program. Mr. Weiss also owns a number of patents pertaining to data encryption, data compression, switching systems, photonic devices, and parallel computer processing. He is an experienced entrepreneur, technologist, and seed investor, who assists new companies in building management teams, identifying additional private and venture capital resources, and refining business strategy. Mr. Weiss holds an M.S.E.E from Columbia University, and currently serves as an MIT Educational Counselor and a B.S.E.E. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Dan is a founding member of Marble Harbor Investment Counsel and concentrates on analysis of equity investments.
Dan was an equity analyst at Hagler, Mastrovita and Hewitt, a boutique, institutional money manager in Boston. Most recently, Dan was a Director at Babson Capital Management where he was responsible for analyzing large capitalization stocks in several industry groups including Industrials, Conglomerates, Transports and Healthcare. Dan, who has been often cited in such national publications as The New York Times, has also authored a number of issues of the highly regarded Babson Staff Letter.
A graduate of the University of Chicago with an A.B. in English with Special Honors, Dan holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a member of the CFA Institute and the Boston Security Analysts Society. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Scalable Display Technologies.
Fund Manager-Venture Funds at Reliance Venture Asset Management Ltd
Board of Advisors
Dr. Raskar received his Ph.D from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In 2000 Dr. Raskar joined Mitsubishi Electric Research Lab as a Research Scientist. He holds 30 US patents and has received three Mitsubishi Electric Invention Awards. In 2004, he received the TR100 Award from Technology Review, which recognizes top young innovators under the age of 35. In 2008 he joined the Media Lab as head of the Lab’s Camera Culture research group. In 2009, he was awarded a Sloan Research Fellowship. His papers have appeared in SIGGRAPH, Eurographics, IEEE Visualization, CVPR and many other graphics and vision conferences. He has taught courses and has served as a member of international program committees at major conferences. He is a member of the ACM and IEEE.