Howard Richard Lieberman

Innovation Collaboration Specialist



Professional Organization & Industry Lectures

In addition to lecturing at the college level in physics, engineering and innovation, Howard has also been introducing professional and lay people to new concepts, products, businesses, and technologies at conferences, tradeshows and demonstrations since the early eighties.

In addition to presenting numerous times around the world for Apple, Bose and companies Howard founded or worked with he has been invited to keynote to many professional organizations and companies as well including:

IEEE; Institute for Electrical & Electronic Engineers

     Annual meeting of all IEEE executives and chapter chairpersons in Phoenix

     Launching the IEEE Innovation Institute in Virginia and in Boston

     Multiple Chapter meetings.

LES; Licensing Executives Society, US chapter meetings of International LES.

ASAP; Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals

CTA (formally CEA); Consumer Electronics Association - the people who put on CES.

BBN; Bolt Beranek and Newman the people though invented the modem, telnet, and computer time sharing.

3M; at their corporate headquarters to a live audience and also webcast to 3,000 employees.

DEFCON; Defense Contractors Forum on "Innovating in the Worlds Largest Bureaucracy".

DARPA; Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

Mr. Lieberman has also spoken at numerous trade shows and conferences including:

Audio Engineering Society

Acoustics Society of America

NAMM; National Association of Music Merchants

COMDEX; The largest computer exhibition show in the US for over two decades.

CES; World's largest innovation show annually.

MacWorld; the largest tradeshow place for all things Apple from 1985 through 2014.

The main topics Mr. Lieberman speaks about in the 21st century have something to do with innovation, collaboration, technology, technology transfer, entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship.