The Trybula Foundation thrives in the challenging world of both technology and business. The need for businesses to innovate, to improve efficiencies, to respond to global challenges, to become agile, and to focus on growth are all part of the changing competitive climate.
The business focus of the Foundation is on enabling organizations to evaluate potential technologies and make informed judgements about the viability of pursuing particular strategies.
The Foundation exists in the challenging world of both technology and business. The need for businesses to innovate, to improve efficiencies, to respond to global challenges, to become agile, and to focus on growth are all part of the changing competitive climate. One of the "suggested" means is to employ the latest technologies to improve product offerings. The business question is how?
Technology, especially from the technologist's point of view, is sufficient to embrace on its own merit. The implications of the technology on the business are not prime considerations; rather it is the "neat" aspects of the technology. As technologists, the Foundation understands this technology craving, but the Foundation also understands the business needs.
The successful application of technology to business requires an understanding of both the technology and the business implications. The Foundation brings the experience to answer the business question of "How?" and the ability to evaluate the promise of the technology.
The Foundation brings the ability to evaluate situations, guide selections, and develop sustainable solutions. The Foundation focuses on the business implications of emerging technology, with specific emphasis on nano technology, MEMS/NEMS, and semiconductors. The survival of companies requires accurate assessments of options and strategies to incorporate the correct choice into the business.
The Foundation, a small Texas business, works in collaboration with partners throughout the world. Consequently, resources can be assembled to address specifics of each individual effort based on the skills and experienced required to provide the correct solution.
The members of the Advisory Committee serve to guide the technology focus and emphasis of the Foundation. The current emphasis is on nano technology, MEMS/NEMS, semiconductors, and "tween electronic systems" with a strong emphasis on the development of technological products for insertion into society in five to seven years.
Safely Handling Nanomaterials
A presentation from the Sixth Annual IEEE Nanotechnology Council Symposium.
The Evolution of Nanotechnology Education
A presentation from the 2010 NAWDP Conference
A presentation from a Texas education meeting in 2011....
Name: Walt Trybula, Ph.D.