Michael J.T. Steep
REGISTER NOW FOR JUNE 3 and 4TH DIGITAL CITIES CONFERENCE AT STANFORD SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
In 2017, Michael Steep and Professor Ray Levit founded the Stanford Engineering Program on Disruptive Technology and Digital Cities
Stanford’s Disruptive Technology & Digital Cities Program is one of the first of its kind in the United States. Our program focuses on four core categories of activities: Research, Innovation, Business Strategy, and Education. We harness focused research crossing over 400 Stanford technology labs, and Silicon Valley venture to create new commercial opportunity. We help members build a monetization path to new forms of disruptive innovation focusing on commercial markets within large cities and metropolitan areas - our definition of digital cities.
• 27 corporate affiliate members including companies like Microsoft, Amazon, Bechtel, Prologis, Royal Bank of Canada, Cushman Wakefield, and others.
• 417 Stanford Technology labs covering advanced material sciences, IoT, edge computing, mahine intelligence, robotics, persuasive technology, and predictive analytics.
• Multiple venture-financed startups including Robotik, One-Point-One, and MetaWave
• $60 million in venture funding along with Family Office access
• Resarch from renkowned Stanford faculty and Ph.D.’s.
• Joint ventures among members and a new VIsual Modeling Platform - the ability to visual data and structure of an entire city creating “what if” modeling using advanced predictive analytics
• Education support for Stanford Ph.D.’s and post-docs and opportunity for them to engage with corporate affiliate members