Aiken Lecture: Tan Le, from refugee to tech revolutionary

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Aiken Lecture: Tan Le, from refugee to tech revolutionary

Wed, 10/31/2018 - 3:42am -- tim

Vermont Business Magazine The University of Vermont College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences is pleased to announce the upcoming George D. Aiken Lecture, free and open to the public, and taking place November 1st at 5pm at the UVM Ira Allen Chapel. This year’s lecture features Tan Le: innovator, inventor, entrepreneur, and Founder and CEO of Emotiv, a leader in wireless EEG brain monitoring technology.

Tan will recount her childhood fleeing from war-torn Communist Vietnam to her life as an immigrant in Australia, and how those circumstances have shaped her both personally and professionally as a successful female CEO of her neuroengineering company.

Additionally, Tan will discuss the latest advances in EEG brain monitoring technologies and the implications they’ll have on the future of scientific and academic research, advertising and media, the lives of people with mental and neurological conditions, and much more. She’ll demonstrate her innovative headset and talk about its far-reaching applications in the industries of psychology, medicine, gaming, robotics, and beyond.

Seating is limited. To RSVP, visit or call 802-656-2085.

About the Aiken Lectures

The University of Vermont’s George D. Aiken Lectures are a permanent tribute to the former Dean of the United States Senate and Governor of Vermont for his many years of service to the people of the state and nation. Supported by an endowment created by George and Lola Aiken and held annually at the University of Vermont, the lectures, which began in 1975, provide a platform for distinctive views on critical American issues and is the University’s major annual public-policy forum. The tradition of keeping the Aiken Lectures free and open to the public endures.

Source: Burlington, VT (October 5, 2018)—The University of Vermont