Join JHTV for an enlightening “Lunch and Learn” seminar Engineering Innovation: Mastering Product Development with Root3 Labs hosted by Chad Schneider, P.E. (M.S.E. ‘04) on May 1 at noon. Schneider will share the methodology behind successful product development he learned through working at Root3 Labs, a firm renowned for its expertise in engineering and developing market-ready products in the medical sector.

Leveraging Root3 Labs’ extensive experience in rapid prototyping and cross-disciplinary engineering, Schneider will guide attendees through essential product development processes and share invaluable tips. This seminar is ideal for anyone looking to enhance their skills in bringing innovative ideas to fruition, benefitting from Root3 Labs’ unique approach that blends technical engineering prowess with practical manufacturing insights (particularly hardware medical devices).

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights from a leader in the field and connect with fellow innovators. Register below.

Date & Time:
May 1 from 12-1PM

Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures
1812 Ashland Ave., Suite 100
Baltimore, MD 21205

Chad Schneider, MSE, PE
President/Founder, Sr Mechanical Engineer, Root3Labs
Chad grew up in Maryland and was educated locally, with a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park and a Master’s of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) focused on Haptics and Medical Robotics from the Johns Hopkins University. He founded Root3 Labs in 2012 after having worked in the medical device and engineering consulting industries for almost 15 years. At home and at work, Chad enjoys digging into challenging technical problems, whether that means designing a microfluidic pump from scratch or breathing new life into a neglected bicycle (or computer, or motorcycle). He’s a Professional Engineer (licensed in Maryland), a Certified Solidworks Professional (CSWP), a certified forklift operator and trainer, and a commercial sUAS pilot. He also enjoys sharing his love of engineering and entrepreneurship with his wife & three sons.

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