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Robosion: Software Platform for Lifelike Humanoids | November 1, 2018

 


 

Yohei Iwasaki

Co-Founder & CEO
Robosion, Inc.

Thursday, November 1, 2018 • 4:30-5:50 PM

Stanford University | Skilling Auditorium
494 Lomita Mall • Stanford, CA

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Yohei Iwasaki is Co-Founder & CEO of Robosion, Inc., a software platform to make robots lifelike. Prior to Robosion, Yohei served as Vice President and Country Manager of Kurion, a technology company delivering nuclear waste management to the Fukushima power plant and high-risk locations around the world. Under his leadership, Kurion was sold to Veolia for over $350 million in 2016. Prior to Kurion, Yohei was Co-Founder and CEO of mOasis, a Silicon Valley company converting marginal land to farm land by increasing crop yield with a proprietary gel-like water absorbent material. Yohei received an MBA from Stanford in 2010 and MS in Environment and Resources in 2011.

 

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