Save the date -- TWS October 18, 2013!
2013 Confirmed Speakers Include

Dr. Tasso Argyros, CTO of Aster Terradata

Dr. Ashok Srivastava, Chief Data Scientist at Verizon

Dr. Alex Dimakis, University of Texas at Austin

Dr. Per Enge, Stanford, Director of Stanford GPS Laboratory

Dr. Ramsey Faragher, Cambridge University

Applied Computational Engineering & Sciences (A.C.E.S.) Building at The University of Texas

The 11th annual Texas Wireless Summit continues the tradition of providing a forum for industry leaders to discuss emerging technologies and business models that will shape the industry over the upcoming two to three years. Co-hosted by the Austin Technology Incubator and The University of Texas at Austin’s Wireless Networking and Communications Group (WNCG), The Summit has direct access to cutting edge research and innovations from industry leaders, investors and startups. The Texas Wireless Summit is a keynote and panel driven discussion that enables the speakers and audience to engage to drive the conversation forward.

Attendees will hear from leading business and technology executives from the industry’s leading companies and brightest startups and from leading academics with entrepreneurially-oriented research. Venture capitalists and corporate investors will also provide perspectives on the next wave of disruptive innovations and MobileMonday Austin will showcase several innovative mobile applications.

About the Wireless Networking and Communications Group

The Wireless Networking & Communications Group (WNCG) is a world-leading center for research and education at the University of Texas at Austin. WNCG strives to be the most relevant academic wireless center, which is achieved in part through its vibrant industrial affiliates program. Many WNCG graduates now lead and contribute to R&D efforts at those companies as employees. WNCG is a National Science Foundation Industry/University Collaborative Research Center (I/UCRC) for Wireless Internet Communications and Advanced Technologies (WICAT).

About the Austin Technology Incubator

The Austin Technology Incubator works with early stage technology companies to increase their odds of success and decrease their time to capital and markets and launched ATI-Wireless as a dedicated incubator in 2006. Since our founding in 1989, ATI has worked with over 200 teams of entrepreneurs, who collectively have raised over $800 million dollars in investor capital. ATI is a not-for-profit division of The University of Texas at Austin. Our mission is to create jobs and wealth in Central Texas through technology entrepreneurship, and to provide unparalleled opportunities for the University of Texas community.