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WORLD BANK SPONSORED LCT TRANSFER

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Start Bid HK $245,000.00
Increase Bid By HK $500.00
Duration 0000-00-00 00:00:00 ~ 0000-00-00 00:00:00
Bid Amount Time Left Winning Bidder Bids
HK $245,000.00 Ended None 0
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Project Information Description IP Holder Information
Title: WORLD BANK SPONSORED LCT TRANSFER
Format Auction Bids
Industry Books & Printed Items
IP Holder ERBTE HUGO
Country Algeria
Inventor/Designer ANDERSON ANDY
Name LCT IN 21ST CENTURY
Registration ID 34567765B
Region Angola
Application Date 21/02/2014 00:00
Grant Date 01/02/2014 00:00
Project Location             (#)

Dr. Kendall was Director of Systems Development with Market Systems, Inc. There he drove the creation of a fully automated analysis and reporting engine for calculation of best-execution statistics and MSI's on-line statistical query tool. He was instrumental in growing the company from five to twenty employees and made possible its profitable sale to Thompson Financial. He has also worked for OptiMark, Inc. developing novel products for trade execution. He worked on the world's first Excel-based order entry system as well as numerous sales and demonstration tools.

Dr. Kendall holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Chicago where he performed highly distributed calculations integrating molecular dynamic simulations with Monte Carlo protein folding analysis. He has a B.S. in Chemistry from Roosevelt University and has been a research intern with Los Alamos National Laboratory and University of Nevada, Reno Dr. Kendall was Director of Systems Development with Market Systems, Inc. There he drove the creation of a fully automated analysis and reporting engine for calculation of best-execution statistics and MSI's on-line statistical query tool. He was instrumental in growing the company from five to twenty employees and made possible its profitable sale to Thompson Financial. He has also worked for OptiMark, Inc. developing novel products for trade execution. He worked on the world's first Excel-based order entry system as well as numerous sales and demonstration tools.

Dr. Kendall holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Chicago where he performed highly distributed calculations integrating molecular dynamic simulations with Monte Carlo protein folding analysis. He has a B.S. in Chemistry from Roosevelt University and has been a research intern with Los Alamos National Laboratory and University of Nevada, Reno

Dr. Kendall was Director of Systems Development with Market Systems, Inc. There he drove the creation of a fully automated analysis and reporting engine for calculation of best-execution statistics and MSI's on-line statistical query tool. He was instrumental in growing the company from five to twenty employees and made possible its profitable sale to Thompson Financial. He has also worked for OptiMark, Inc. developing novel products for trade execution. He worked on the world's first Excel-based order entry system as well as numerous sales and demonstration tools.

Dr. Kendall holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Chicago where he performed highly distributed calculations integrating molecular dynamic simulations with Monte Carlo protein folding analysis. He has a B.S. in Chemistry from Roosevelt University and has been a research intern with Los Alamos National Laboratory and University of Nevada, Reno

Dr. Kendall was Director of Systems Development with Market Systems, Inc. There he drove the creation of a fully automated analysis and reporting engine for calculation of best-execution statistics and MSI's on-line statistical query tool. He was instrumental in growing the company from five to twenty employees and made possible its profitable sale to Thompson Financial. He has also worked for OptiMark, Inc. developing novel products for trade execution. He worked on the world's first Excel-based order entry system as well as numerous sales and demonstration tools.

Dr. Kendall holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Chicago where he performed highly distributed calculations integrating molecular dynamic simulations with Monte Carlo protein folding analysis. He has a B.S. in Chemistry from Roosevelt University and has been a research intern with Los Alamos National Laboratory and University of Nevada, Reno

Dr. Kendall was Director of Systems Development with Market Systems, Inc. There he drove the creation of a fully automated analysis and reporting engine for calculation of best-execution statistics and MSI's on-line statistical query tool. He was instrumental in growing the company from five to twenty employees and made possible its profitable sale to Thompson Financial. He has also worked for OptiMark, Inc. developing novel products for trade execution. He worked on the world's first Excel-based order entry system as well as numerous sales and demonstration tools.

Dr. Kendall holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Chicago where he performed highly distributed calculations integrating molecular dynamic simulations with Monte Carlo protein folding analysis. He has a B.S. in Chemistry from Roosevelt University and has been a research intern with Los Alamos National Laboratory and University of Nevada, Reno

Dr. Kendall was Director of Systems Development with Market Systems, Inc. There he drove the creation of a fully automated analysis and reporting engine for calculation of best-execution statistics and MSI's on-line statistical query tool. He was instrumental in growing the company from five to twenty employees and made possible its profitable sale to Thompson Financial. He has also worked for OptiMark, Inc. developing novel products for trade execution. He worked on the world's first Excel-based order entry system as well as numerous sales and demonstration tools.

Dr. Kendall holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Chicago where he performed highly distributed calculations integrating molecular dynamic simulations with Monte Carlo protein folding analysis. He has a B.S. in Chemistry from Roosevelt University and has been a research intern with Los Alamos National Laboratory and University of Nevada, Reno