Founder & CEO
Brian Carter is the founder of Chippewa Software Technology (ChipSoftTech), a leader and visionary of software for personal, business, and research computing.
Dr. Carter founded ChipSoftTech in 2001 to bring data to life through viable interfaces; fusing of application and interfaces.
Technology has an exponential path in front of it, from science, medicine, business, to personal interactions.
It is becoming increasingly important to society and our daily lives.
Information must evolve in ways to help us in every step along our path; change, evolve, adapt.
and leaders at ChipSoftTech
are focused on innovation and leadership across the company's core businesses.
Their goal is to provide an integrated platform to enable a seamless experience across a wide range of computing and non-PC devices and services.
Brian was born and grew up near Flint Michigan.
After receiving an honorable discharge from the United States Army, he received a B.S. degree in computer science from the University of Michigan.
After graduation, he worked as a software engineer for EDS.
Brian received a M.S. degree in computer information systems, software management, from the University of Detroit Mercy where he taught several computer science courses.
Brian joined Microsoft to architect and develop solutions for their health-care vertical.
advised and provided architecture direction for Microsoft
's high impact clients.
Brian has worked for other leading companies and research labs such as ACCENT Marketing, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, and University of Michigan.
Dr. Carter joined the Department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Louisville where he received a Ph.D. degree.
current research focuses on sensor network deployment optimization techniques for distributed architectures.
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Brian is currently researching web enabled sensor applications and solutions that are enhanced by sensory information.