University of North Dakota
Jeremy Straub conducts research in 3D printing, spacecraft development, autonomy and policy at the University of North Dakota. He has published over 35 journal articles and 120 full conference papers (in addition to numerous other conference, panel and other presentations) on topics ranging from the development and assessment of technology to technology policy and law. As a result of this work, Jeremy has won multiple best paper/poster awards, been included in Marquis Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who in America and been inducted into several professional honorific societies including Sigma Xi. Jeremy’s work at UND has been featured in numerous media publications, coast-to-coast, including coverage in the Albuquerque Journal, Houston Chronicle, Washington Times, Oklahoman and San Francisco Chronicle. Prior to returning to academia, Jeremy had a successful career in industry where he held progressively responsible positions in software and technology development, technology management and management. He was responsible for the development of North America’s first traffic-adaptive navigation solution and his work was featured in numerous media articles in publications including Entrepreneur, Forbes and the Silicon Valley Business Journal.