Lightwave Logic's Terry Turpin to Appear on Panel at Gilder/Forbes Conference
Turpin Joins List of Panelists at 12th Annual Gilder/Forbes Telecosm Conference
WILMINGTON, Del., Apr 02, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Terry Turpin, of Lightwave Logic, (OTCBB: LWLG, http://www.lightwavelogic.com), a technology company focused on the development of lightwave computing chips intended for applications in high-speed fiber-optic telecommunications and optical computing, will serve as a panel commentator at the 12th Annual Gilder/Forbes Telecosm Conference. The discussion, entitled "Connectivity Everywhere: The future of the all-optical network," is scheduled to take place at 3:45p.m. EST on Thursday, May 29. The conference will be held on May 27 - 29, 2008, at The Sagamore in Lake George, New York.
Turpin was recently retained as Optical Computing Guru for Lightwave Logic. A distinguished member of the optical computing community for over thirty-five years, Turpin holds numerous patents in the field.
The Gilder/Forbes Telecosm Conference is a world-famous technology conference hosted annually by George Gilder and Steve Forbes. It is attended by the world's leading scientists, engineers, technology executives, entrepreneurs, and public policy decision makers to promote investment in innovation. For more information, please visit http://www.TelecosmConference.com.
About Lightwave Logic, Inc.
Lightwave Logic, Inc. is a development stage company, moving toward prototype demonstration and commercialization of its high-activity, high-stability organic polymers for applications in electro-optical device markets. Electro-optical devices convert data from electric signals into optical signals for use in high-speed fiber-optic telecommunications systems and optical computers. Lightwave Logic, Inc. is a portfolio company of Universal Capital Management, Inc. (OTCBB: UCMT.OB News). Please visit the Company's website, www.lightwavelogic.com, for more information.
SOURCE: Lightwave Logic, Inc.
CONTACT: Lightwave Logic, Inc.
Hal Bennett, 707-256-3656
The Investor Relations Group
Erika Moran / Tom Caden / Salima Rasul, 212-825-3210
Steven Melfi / Lynn Granito, 212-825-3210
Quite as a church mouse today. Do not expect to "hear" anything today. If you want to know you had to attend. Over the next few days and weeks things will begin to move forward at an even increasing rate. As long as no one sells it has to go up, but there will be those who thought they could place a bet a month ago and cash in today, those of little patience will sell.
NASDAQ within in a year, that is when it will get REAL exciting.
Found this alert on Fidelity posted at 2:22 today.
Ridgeland, MS, MAY 29, 2008 (EventX/Knobias.com via COMTEX) -- Company representatives of Lightwave Logic, Inc. (LWLG) will be presenting at the 12th Annual Gilder/Forbes Telecosm Conference today. The Company's presentation is scheduled to begin at 15:45 ET.
Terry Turpin, Optical Computing Guru
Hmmmm It says PRESENTING? GT,Scout,Purple, New Guys, it does say Presenting!
Boy do I feel like an idiot, I just found the print friendly section of the web site. My pop up blocker would not let me access them.
Here are the pdf’s behind the most interesting sections of the web site.
As info for the newbie’s third-order was Light Waves prior name.
I know purple guy and scout were all over these. Sometimes I find it easier to print and kick back on the couch to read, enjoy.
Speaking of Kerrene (3rd Order - Light switching light) invented in January 2007, I don’t think that it was ever tested, or at least I don’t think they released the results. As I remember it Perkinamine (2nd order - electricity-switching-light) was the only one tested and that was in June of 2006
Shoot I just looked, the purple guy was all over this
“Heck, for all we know they could be coming with Kerrene too. Maybe they could be coming with multiple prototypes for multiple applications for specific industries based on specific requests for buildup and testing those also.”
2 of the molecules are called PERKINamine and KERRene
Sir William Henry Perkin FRS (March 12, 1838 – July 14, 1907) was an English chemist best known for his discovery, at the age of 18, of the first aniline dye,
Rev. John Kerr (December 17, 1824 – August 15, 1907) was a Scottish physicist who inaugurated the field of electro-optics. Link
I think they named the spacer molecule system after me, lol.
I wish I figured this out but I didn’t they Purple guy did, guys he’s light years ahead of us.
Enough I’m going to bed
If Anyone is researching this company or has any doubts about this company, take some time and listen to the first ½ hour of track 10 of this audio of the Gilder conference a few years ago Terry Turpin left a senior position at Northrop Grumman to join Light Wave, you will understand how he earned the title Optical Computing Guru
(audio quality sucks)