Join the Dana M. Dourdeville Lecture on Engineering in Service to Society,”Using Light to See Deep Inside Our Bodies and Brains,” given by Brown engineering alumna Mary Lou Jepsen ’87 Ph.D.’97.
Mary Lou Jepsen is one of the world’s foremost engineers and scientists in optics, imaging and display — inventing at the edge of what physics allows, aiming to do what seems impossible and leading teams to achieve these in volume in partnership with the world’s largest manufacturers. She has more than 200 patents published or issued.
Jepsen is the founder and CEO of Openwater, which aims to use new optics to see inside our bodies. Previously a top technical exec at Google, Facebook, Oculus and Intel, her startups include One Laptop Per Child, where she was co-founder, CTO and chief architect on the $100 laptop. She studied at Brown, MIT and Rhode Island School of Design, and she was a professor at MIT.
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