Faiz M Chowdhury

Faiz M Chowdhury's path to significantly impacting the world began with a solid commitment to higher education. He attended the prestigious University of California, Berkeley, earning a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. His academic journey continued with completing the Stanford Advanced Project Management Program and the Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership at MIT Sloan School of Management. He also completed a Real Estate Executive Seminar at Harvard Business School. This comprehensive educational background gave him the technical expertise and leadership skills to tackle complex global challenges. His career underwent a pivotal transformation in 1997 with his engagement at Intel Corporation. During his tenure at Intel, he realized the immense potential of technology to uplift humanity. This insight, combined with his formative experiences, spurred him to envision a world free from the challenges of hunger, poverty, pollution, and deadly diseases, leading him to leave Intel to pursue this vision.

A significant milestone in his career occurred in 2009 when he met MIT Professor Ian W. Hunter, a prolific inventor. This meeting led to his involvement with Nucleus Scientific, Inc., a company co-founded by Professor Hunter that was at the forefront of developing innovative "in-wheel" motor technology, a significant advancement in the electric mobility sector. He co-founded Quantum Age Corporation (QAC) in collaboration with Professor Hunter. As CEO of QAC, he spearheaded the development of various transformative technologies, including fast-charging solutions, net-negative solar vehicles, early cancer detection methods, and highly efficient, fast-growing tree species for carbon sequestration. Additionally, he explored cutting-edge solid-state and graphene-enhanced battery technologies and developed proprietary blockchain-based carbon trading and fintech solutions. Throughout his career, Faiz assembled a team of talented entrepreneurs, engineers, scientists, and business executives. This team was vital in bringing these groundbreaking technologies from concept to commercial success, addressing critical global issues, and fostering positive change.