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  • Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership |
    leaders The Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership at UC Berkeley offers a complete range of programs for engineers and scientists seeking professional and executive careers We combine world class engineering and leadership training with unparalleled industry integration and collaboration LEARN MORE Work alongside future industry leaders today By bringing some of the brightest young engineers together with real world industry leaders we offer students and companies a unique opportunity to build relationships along with technical and leadership skills LEARN MORE Community that extends beyond the classroom Being a graduate partner or faculty member of the Fung Institute means being part of an extensive network of engineering and technology professionals working on the cutting edge of our industry LEARN MORE New Program in IEOR Data driven Decision Analytics Become a data driven manager through the new UC Berkeley Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering Operations Research with a concentration in Data driven Decision Analytics program Learn More Master of Engineering Blog M Eng Blog M ENG CAPSTONE TEAMS FEATURED FOR NASA RESEARCH Two Master of Engineering Capstone teams led by Professor Alice M Agogino are currently working on a tensegrity robot that has the potential of becoming NASA s Next Space Robot Faculty Director s Blog FD Blog CALLS CALL FOR PAPERS THIRD ANNUAL ACADEMIC SYMPOSIUM ON CROWDFUNDING We are now accepting submissions for our third annual academic symposium on crowdfunding Sep 18 2015 sponsored by the Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership UC Berkeley College of Engineering and the Finance Group and Center for Social Sector Leadership of the Haas School of Busi EVENTS all 5 6 15 12 00pm Full Time M Eng Online Info Session Learn more about this inter disciplinary professional program at Berkeley s College of Engineering Staff students and alumni will answer your questions

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  • Prospective Students | Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership
    Staff Faculty Fellows Connect Prospective Students Give yourself the tools to lead The future of engineering needs leaders with the technical expertise to develop solutions and the leadership skills to implement them The Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership offers courses and programs designed to help engineers and scientists deepen their technical expertise develop their management skills and become more effective leaders From our Master of Engineering and Engineering Leadership Professional

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  • Programs & Centers | Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership
    next In the dynamic world of engineering moving forward means constantly working to expand your knowledge and develop new skills Regardless of where you are in your career from undergraduate to executive level our programs are designed to provide the knowledge and resources you need to take the next step For engineers and scientists seeking advancement in professional or executive careers we offer a range of programs designed to fit

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  • Berkeley Master of Engineering | Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership
    applied course of study Together with a select student cohort in your Core Leadership Curriculum you will gain the management skills necessary to lead a complete spectrum of technology ventures As a cross disciplinary community of peers this cohort ultimately forms a broad network of professional colleagues you will be able to connect with and call upon throughout your career Beyond the Core Leadership Curriculum you will explore cutting edge technologies in depth while learning from globally recognized experts and innovators in your chosen technical concentration Join us for an information session to learn more The Berkeley Master of Engineering Path You may choose to apply to either the full time program one year program or part time program for working professionals Part time students may take one or two courses per semester and complete the program at their own pace in 2 4 years All students take courses together in a cross disciplinary cohort Classes are kept small to encourage interaction with your student cohort your professors and your industry collaborators These networks are reinforced through career advising and placement access to alumni and industry connections and other services All classes are taught on the Berkeley campus by top Berkeley Engineering faculty and guest lecturers with extensive industry and entrepreneurial experience Upon completion you will earn the master of engineering M Eng degree in your chosen engineering discipline reflecting an integrated understanding of engineering leadership From classroom to career Tailored exclusively for students in this program advising services are focused on professional development and career services In all aspects of study you learn from and work with leading technology professionals and companies further expanding your career network This program proved to be exactly what I had been looking for a technical degree complemented with practical leadership courses The required

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  • Data-driven Decision Analytics | Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership
    gather and analyze data identify trends and patterns in the data to better predict future events use data to make decisions in complex dynamic environments hedge against risk and account for uncertainty This program incorporates technical skills in decision analytics management and business topics communication and teamwork training and challenging coursework and experiential learning all taught during convenient evening classes on the Berkeley campus For additional information including a sample two year schedule please visit the program highlights admissions and FAQs pages of our website You may also fill out the following form for more information First Name Last Name Email Phone Program Part time Master of Engineering in IEOR Decision Analytics My decision to go back to school and apply for the M Eng Program at UC Berkeley was primarily due to the worldwide prestige of Berkeley Engineering outstanding academic performance and Silicon Valley networking opportunities While these expectations were certainly exceeded I owe the most important part of this adventure to my truly amazing colleagues Alex MEng in IEOR This program proved to be exactly what I had been looking for a technical degree complemented with practical leadership courses The required IEOR courses that are tailored for M

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  • Research | Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership
    take learning out of the classroom and into real world situations By applying Fung Institute principles to the myriad challenges faced in an innovation economy we are able to test our problem solving approach and bring our teaching to life The Case Studies and Technical Briefs found here provide analysis of research questions designed to provide insight into solving significant challenges and lessons for the impact of innovation on our economy Soon this page will be your portal to the latest research findings case studies and lectures from technology leaders throughout our program and network RSS Feed Faculty Director s Blog FD Blog A few tech reports and blog entries we find interesting Disambiguation Co Authorship Networks of the U S Patent Inventor Database 1975 2010 Patent Mapper Visualization of the Geolocation of Patents Geocoding Patent Data Feature Research Article Publications PRIVACY THE INTERNET ECONOMY BIG DATA THREATS AND OPPORTUNITIES Over the past 10 years Internet ad revenue has grown from approximately 1 5B to now 10B annually A major driver of this growth is Big Data The question of privacy and regulations has undergone much change from no privacy to increasing regulations which could limit economic growth Feature Research

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  • Publications | Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership
    Nuru Saddiq RideSharing pdf Weekly Disambiguations of US Patent Grants and Applications 5 12 14 Balsmeier Benjamin Fierro Gabe Fleming Lee Johnson Kevin Kaulagi Aditya Li Guan Cheng Pham Sophie Yeh Bill WeeklyDisambiguation pdf Deployment of Freestanding Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis Platform for Point of Care Diagnostic Applications 5 12 14 Koh Hui Ling PointOfCare pdf Visualizing Key Words and Trends in a Subset of the US Patent Database 5 7 14 El Ghaoui Laurent Godbehere Andrew Liu David Sharma Sumeet Visualizing pdf A Feasibility Analysis for the Design of A Low Cost High Power Energy Storage System 5 3 14 McCawley Travis EnergyStorageSystem pdf The Ocular CellScope 5 3 14 Webster Douglas OcularCellScope pdf New Mobility Solutions for a Changing Automotive Landscape Development of a Shared Transportation Web Application 5 3 14 Quan Gregory MobilitySolutions pdf Model Based Control System for Packing a 6 Bar Tensegrity Structure 5 2 14 Calangi Justino ControlSystem pdf Collaborative Workspace Design Digital Device Design of Digital Tangible Platforms 5 1 14 Kam Andrew CollaborativeWorkspace pdf Big Data Business Models and Open Innovation An Examination of Semantic Similarity Models in Intellectual Property 5 1 14 Sheu Vincent ip pdf Waste To Energy Feasibility Analysis A Simulation Model 5 1 14 Duong Viet An WasteToEnergy pdf Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System Design for CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery 4 20 14 Lu Xie OilRecovery pdf Viability of Tensegrity Robots in Space Exploration 4 14 14 Hong Eric Cheng yu TensegrityRobots pdf Research Policy 2 28 14 D Amour Alexander Doolin David Fleming Lee Lai Ronald Li Guan Cheng Sun Ye Torvik Vetle Yu Amy Research Policy pdf The Rise of Future Finance The UK Alternative Finance Benchmarking Report 12 13 13 Collins Liam Swart Richard Zhang Bryan Rise of Future Finance 1 pdf Crowdfunding s Potential for the Developing World 10 17 13 Crowdfundings Potential for the Developing World pdf The Korean Resolution of Crowdfunding Regulatory Challenges 10 17 13 Seong Hye Hwal Crowdfunding in Korea Hye Hwal Seong 2013 10 18 final version UC Berkeley Symposium pdf Private Displays of Affection An Empirical Examination of Online Crowdfunding Information Hiding Behavior 10 17 13 Burtch Gordon Ghose Anindya Wattal Sunil Private Displays Affection pdf Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding Evidence on Entrepreneurs Investors and Deals from Kickstarter 10 16 13 Marom Dan Robb Alicia Sade Orly Gender Dynamics in Crowdfunding pdf Disambiguation of Inventors USPTO 1975 2013 9 26 13 Li Guan Cheng Disambiguation of Inventors USPTO 1975 2013 pdf Geocoding Patent Data 8 7 13 Johnson Kevin GeocodingPatent pdf Patent Mapper Visualization of the geolocation of patents 8 5 13 Shen Yang Kevin PatentMapper pdf Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Renewable Energy 7 18 13 Fleming Lee Nanda Ramana Younge Kenneth Renewable Energy pdf A Crowd or a Community 7 1 13 Kashkooli Keyvan Younkin Peter A Crowd Or Community pdf MobilityMapper Visualizations of Inventor Mobility 1975 2010 6 18 13 Fleming Lee Li Guan Cheng Mobility Mapper pdf CleanEnergyPatentMapper Visualization of the sources of clean tech

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  • Tools and Data | Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership
    patent granted since 1975 PATENT SEARCH TOOL BULK DOWNLOADS DESCRIPTION OF DATA EXPLANATION OF TOOL Code and Data from the UC Berkeley Fung Institute 4 1 13 The Fung Institute generates and distributes a variety of data software useful for innovation research Patents and patenting figure prominently in such research To promote transparency and reproducibility the Fung Institute provides software source code and the raw data used for research purposes via the Github social coding site The data and tools are free to download and use https github com funginstitute downloads Inventor Mobility Maps for the United States 1975 2010 11 15 12 These movies illustrate the mobility of patented U S inventors based on different addresses and their date of patent application The arc appears in the year that the latter patent was applied for Of note is the substantial increase in inventor migration to California over the observed years Michigan s noncompete brain drain can also be seen in the increased emigration following the 1985 passage of the Michigan Antitrust Reform Act Latter years appear light due to the lag between patent application and grant Disambiguation of inventors based on R Lai and D Doolin A D Amour A Yu Y Sun V Torvik Disambiguation and co authorship networks of the U S Patent Inventor Database working paper Fung Institute For econometric evidence of Michigan brain drain see M Marx and J Singh Regional Disadvantage Non competes and Brain Drain working paper Fung Institute Visualizations done by Guan Cheng Li Inventor Mobility Maps for the US 1975 2010 Disambiguation and Co authorship Networks of the U S Patent Inventor Database Lai R D Amour A Yu A Sun Y Torvik V and Fleming L Disambiguation and Co authorship Networks of the U S Patent Inventor Database Research into invention innovation policy and technology strategy can greatly benefit from an accurate understanding of inventor careers The United States Patent and Trademark Office does not provide unique inventor identifiers however making large scale studies challenging Many scholars of innovation have implemented ad hoc disambiguation methods based on string similarity thresholds and string comparison matching such methods have been shown to be vulnerable to a number of problems that can adversely affect research results The authors address this issue contributing 1 an application of the Author ity disambiguation approach Torvik Smalheiser et al 2005 2009 to the US utility patent database 2 a new iterative blocking scheme that expands the match space of this algorithm while maintaining scalability 3 a public posting of the algorithm and code and 4 a public posting of the results of the algorithm in the form of a database of inventors and their associated patents The paper provides an overview of the disambiguation method assesses its accuracy and calculates network measures based on co authorship and collaboration variables It illustrates the potential for large scale innovation studies across time and space with visualizations of inventor mobility across the United States The complete input and results data

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