Nik Rokop

Coleman Foundation Clinical Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at Illinois Institute of Technology

Location:
3300 S Federal St, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Company:
Illinois Institute of Technology
HQ Phone:
(312) 567-3000
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Last Updated 10/22/2017

General Information

Education

B.S.M.E.  - University of Pittsburgh

BS  - Mathematics , Carnegie Mellon

BS  - Mechanical Engineering , University of Pittsburgh

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member  - SkillNet LLC

Board Member  - Chicago Velo Campus

President and Chief Executive Officer  - nLake Technology Partners , LLC

Advisor  - eMotion Group Inc.

Founding Member  - BIG Idea Forum

Member of the Steering Committee  - Technology Commercialization Task Force

Co-founder  - Chicago Micro/Nanotechnology Community

Founder  - MicroTechnology

Moderator  - Monday

Founder  - Edulender.com

Web References  

ABOUT | chicagovelocampus.com

Nik Rokop, Executive Vice President
Managing Director of the Jules F. Knapp Entrepreneurship Center at the Illinois Institute of Technology Mr. Rokop is past President & CEO of Lake Technology Partners, a management, business development and technology commercialization group specializing in nanotechnology. Mr. Rokop has 30 years successful entrepreneurial experience in engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing and international operations. Mr. Rokop career spans the iron and steel industries, manufacturing, consulting and the Internet. Mr. Rokop is involved in support of the entrepreneurial community as founding member and current President of the Chicago Microtechnology & Nanotechnology Community, founding member of the BIG Idea Forum, Vice Chair of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Chicago, and member of the Steering Committee of the Technology Commercialization Task Force. Mr. Rokop was named one of i-Street Magazine's Top 100 in Technology & Economic Development in 2002. A Chicago-area cyclist himself, Mr. Rokop holds a B.S. in Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. Nik Rokop, Executive Vice President Managing Director of the Jules F. Knapp Entrepreneurship Center at the Illinois Institute of Technology Nik is past President & CEO of nLake Technology Partners, a management, business development and technology commercialization group specializing in nanotechnology. He has 30 years successful entrepreneurial experience in engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing and international operations. His career spans the iron and steel industries, manufacturing, consulting and the Internet. Nik is involved in support of the entrepreneurial community as founding member and current President of the Chicago Microtechnology & Nanotechnology Community, founding member of the BIG Idea Forum, Vice Chair of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Chicago, and member of the Steering Committee of the Technology Commercialization Task Force. Nik was named one of i-Street Magazine's Top 100 in Technology & Economic Development in 2002. A Chicago-area cyclist himself, Nik holds a B.S. in Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.

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Nik Rokop
Managing Director of the Jules F. Knapp Entrepreneurship Center at the Illinois Institute of Technology Nik is past President & CEO of nLake Technology Partners, a management, business development and technology commercialization group specializing in nanotechnology. He has 30 years successful entrepreneurial experience in engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing and international operations. His career spans the iron and steel industries, manufacturing, consulting and the Internet. Nik is involved in support of the entrepreneurial community as founding member and current President of the Chicago Microtechnology & Nanotechnology Community, founding member of the BIG Idea Forum, Vice Chair of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Chicago, and member of the Steering Committee of the Technology Commercialization Task Force. Nik was named one of i-Street Magazine's Top 100 in Technology & Economic Development in 2002. A Chicago-area cyclist himself, Nik holds a B.S. in Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.

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