George Kenney has 30 years of experience in building technology development teams in advanced materials and devices both at MIT and in various startups. At MIT, he was the Associate Director of the Materials Processing Center from 1979-2008 and the Microphotonics Center from 1998-2008. He was also the Director of MIT’s Materials Processing Center Industry Collegium from 1982-2008.
He specializes in the creation of vertically integrated multidisciplinary technology and management teams to enhance performance, develop innovative new solutions, or address unmet needs in technologies from electronics and microphotonics to medical devices.
Industry Expertise (3)
Health Care - Facilities
Health and Wellness
Areas of Expertise (4)
Massachussetts Institute of Technology: Ph.D., Materials Science & Engineering
Massachussetts Institute of Technology: M.S., Materials Science & Engineering
Massachussetts Institute of Technology: B.Sc., Materials Science & Engineering
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Georgia’s first Technology Park offers creative workspace for entrepreneurs
At today’s meeting George Kenney, who is a Doctor of Science of the Massachusetts University, led a presentation about how Georgian scientific-technological innovations had the potential to be globally commercialised. Kenney was actively involved in the commercialisation of innovation and research in the Massachusetts University. He also cofounded a material processing centre created with support from National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Currently Kenney serves as the president of EntraTympanic – a medical innovation company...