Vanderbilt engineering alum named Acubed CEO
Vanderbilt engineering alumnus Zsolt Lattmann, MS’10 and PhD’16 in electrical engineering, has been named CEO of Acubed, founded in 2015 as an innovation center of global aerospace leader Airbus.
“Zsolt will bring to the CEO position his leadership experience at Acubed. His professional experience and his know-how in combining software and hardware solutions make him ideally positioned to lead Acubed in its mission to leverage the unique strengths of the Silicon Valley ecosystem to accelerate aerospace innovation,” said Mark Cousin, departing Acubed CEO.
At Acubed, Lattmann previously served as project executive for ADAM, Advanced Digital Design and Manufacturing. Prior to joining Airbus, he was head of research, development and product strategy at MetaMorph Inc., a spinout from Vanderbilt University’s Institute for Software Integrated Systems.
At ISIS, Lattmann also spent three years as one of the lead developers on a DARPA’s Adaptive Vehicle Make initiative, which aimed to drastically reduce the development times for complex cyber-physical systems.
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