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Erik Gregory Straser was a graduate student at Stanford University. ...moresee more on Eric Straser
Forest joined NEA in 1999 as a Venture Partner and became a General Partner in 2004. Forest focuses on information technology investments. Present board memberships include Aeluros, Aprius, Arch Rock, Audience, Catalytic, Chelsio Communications, Foveon, Fulcrum Microsystems, Luxtera, Rinera Networks, RingCube, SiBEAM and T-RAM Semiconductor. He also serves as an advisor to Cassatt, Data Domain (NASDAQ: DDUP), SiTime, Tableau Software and Telegent Systems. Previous board memberships include, among others, Atheros Communications (NASDAQ: ATHR), E2O, Nanochip, Newisys and RingCube Technologies. Forest also previously held an advisory position with FineGround, PolyServe, ReShape and SMIC. Prior ...moresee more on Forest Baskett
Hans Albrecht Bethe was a German and American nuclear physicist who, in addition to making important contributions to astrophysics, quantum electrodynamics and solid-state physics, won the 1967 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on the theory of stellar nucleosynthesis. For most of his career, Bethe was a professor at Cornell University. During World War II, he was head of the Theoretical Division at the secret Los Alamos laboratory which developed the first atomic bombs. There he played a key role in calculating the critical mass of the weapons and developing the theory behind the implosion method used in both the Trinity test and the "Fat Man" weapon dropped on Nagasaki in August ...more
Age: Died at 99 (1906-2005)
Birthplace: Strasbourg, Francesee more on Hans Bethe
Jake DeSantis was an Executive Vice President at AIG until he quit in March, 2009 to protest AIG CEO Edward Liddy's failure to support the employees in testimony before Congress. Mr. DeSantis's resignation letter ran as an op-ed in the New York Times on March 25, 2009. ...more