Michael  Tomczyk

Michael Tomczyk

Managing Director, Mack Center for Technological Innovation

The Wharton School

Michael Tomczyk is Managing Director of the Mack Center for Technological Innovation at The Wharton School, which he joined in 1995. He has been called a \"technology futurist\" for his contributions in the field of technological innovation, both in business and academia. Michael is currently completing a book for managers on innovations in nanotechnology. He is the author of a book chapter entitled, \"Applying the Marketing Mix (5 P\'s) to Bionanotechnology,\" in Biomedical Nanotechnology: Methods and Protocols(Springer, 2011). He is a founding strategic advisor of the Nanotechnology Research Foundation. He also serves on the senior leadership of the IEEE/IEC joint committee that is developing standards for the use of nanotubes, nanowires and nanomaterials in electronics. From 1970-1973, Michael was an officer in the U.S. Army (highest rank, captain). He held headquarters staff positions at several large military commands including XVIII Airborne Corps/82nd Airborne at Fort Bragg (as Public Information Officer); lst Signal Brigade in Vietnam (as Asst. Adjutant to the Commanding General); and with U.S. Strategic Communications Command in Korea (Asst. Adjutant to the Commander). Following his active duty service he served in the Army Reserve. Michael earned a Master of environmental studies degree from University of Pennsylvania and a MBA from University of California, Los Angeles. Michael started his career as a journalist while in college. He has been a columnist, a commentator on National Public Radio and on various television shows, and written more than 150 business articles.

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