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Jun
26
Mon
Achieving Operational Excellence in Rochester @ The Brighton Reserve Clubhouse
Jun 26 all-day
Achieving Operational Excellence in Rochester @ The Brighton Reserve Clubhouse | Rochester | New York | United States

Israeli Global leaders in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning are coming to Rochester to help companies transform current operations into optimal performance using data-driven decision making.

Million Dollar Mistakes w/ Christine Whitman – 7:30 – 9:00 AM
Enjoy a classic Israeli breakfast hosted by Christine Whitman while meeting Israeli entrepreneurs Iris Tsidon and Maya Gal. Find out about their journey to get funded and build a company with global impact.

Workshop – 4:00 – 6:30 PM
Partake in an interactive workshop about artificial intelligence, machine learning and how they are changing Business Intelligence and transforming into Operational Intelligence.

Founder Stories w/ Google Mentor – 6:45 – 8:00 PM
Meet for drinks with Google Mentor Sarah Nadav and get a chance to hear from Iris Tsidon and Maya Gal about operational mistakes and missed opportunities that are costing companies millions of dollars annually.

Jun
27
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Jun
28
Wed
**ANNOUNCEMENT** GDIRocDev BYOP!
Jun 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Together with the Rochester Software Development Meetup group, we’re hosting a night of hacking on your own projects before going on vacation to celebrate Independence Day. Whether you’re still ideating or have loops that won’t terminate, you’ll have the opportunity to make some progress at HTR’s BetaSpace located on the third floor of the Sibley Building. Even if you don’t have anything to hack on, you’re still welcome. There will be plenty of people who want a second pair of eyes or just want another technical person (they don’t work with) to talk to. There will be beverages like water, Coke, Mt. Dew, etc. We’re working on food. If you happen to misread the event title and bring beer, you might make a friend. ***NOTE: This is a cross posting for announcement purposes. You can RSVP here or, ideally, join the Rochester Software Development Meetup and RSVP there 🙂 https://www.meetup.com/meetup-group-BkuJclOW/ See you there!

GDIRocDev BYOP
Jun 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Together with Girl Develop It ROC, we’re hosting a night of hacking on your own projects before going on vacation to celebrate Independence Day. Whether you’re still ideating or have loops that won’t terminate, you’ll have the opportunity to make some progress at HTR’s BetaSpace located on the third floor of the Sibley Building. Even if you don’t have anything to hack on, you’re still welcome. There will be plenty of people who want a second pair of eyes or just want another technical person (they don’t work with) to talk to. There will be beverages like water, Coke, Mt. Dew, etc. We’re working on food. If you happen to misread the event title and bring beer, you might make a friend.

Jul
4
Tue
Open Night at the space
Jul 4 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

On the first Tuesday of each month we have our Open Night. It starts with a very short (15 min) business meeting and then we open the floor to members. Members give a short presentation bragging about the cool things they have accomplished in the past month or shamefully admit they have failed.
So come out and meet the geeks.

Jul
7
Fri
Rochester 2600 @ Interlock Rochester
Jul 7 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Rochester 2600 is an information-security / hacker meetup. It’s a loose-knit group that hangs out, does presentations related to security and technology, and discusses a variety of topics throughout the night.
Visit https://www.rochester2600.com for this month’s meeting details.

Jul
11
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Jul 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

How do I … A seminar series.
Jul 11 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Seminar Series at Interlock. The second Tuesday of each month we will present a seminar about doing “something” at the space. These seminars will cover using tools at the space, using publicly available kits, learning normal hacker/maker skills.

Jul
13
Thu
Webinar: From Idea To IPO – Immigration And Corporate Issues @ Webinar
Jul 13 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Miller Mayer Webinar: From Idea To IPO: Immigration And Corporate Issues

Every entrepreneur needs to know how to navigate the life cycle of a startup company, from concept to a successful IPO. Experienced Miller Mayer attorneys Steve Yale-Loehr, David Wilks, Nathan Cook, and Paul Lee will explain the process from both a corporate and an immigration law perspective and answer questions. Jennifer Tegan, a partner at Cayuga Venture Fund will join them as well. This webinar will benefit individual entrepreneurs, startup or young companies, and venture capitalists thinking about funding new companies that have a foreign national founder or CEO.

Panelists:

Steve Yale-Loehr is an Attorney Of Counsel in Miller Mayer’s Immigration practice group. He brings 30 years of immigration law experience to bear in advising corporate and individual clients on a broad array of family- and employment-based immigration matters.
In addition to his work at Miller Mayer, Mr. Yale-Loehr is an active and internationally renowned member of the immigration law community. He teaches immigration and asylum law at Cornell Law School as a Professor of Immigration Practice. He also founded and was the original executive director of Invest in the USA (IIUSA), a trade association of EB-5 immigrant investor regional centers. He is listed in Who’s Who in America and is annually listed in Chambers Global, Chambers USA, and An International Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers as one of the world’s best immigration lawyers. He is frequently quoted in the press on immigration issues and has often testified before Congress.

David J. Wilks is an Associate in Miller Mayer’s Immigration practice group.
Mr. Wilks’ practice focuses primarily on employment-based immigration. He has represented a wide range of clients, including universities, multinational corporations, health care institutions, small businesses and entrepreneurs in seeking immigrant and nonimmigrant status for individuals in diverse fields and specialties. Mr. Wilks has also provided immigration expertise relating to large corporate acquisitions, as well as assisted clients with I-9 compliance and family-based petitions for permanent residence.

Mr. Wilks currently serves on national leadership committees with the American Immigration Lawyers Association. In addition, Mr. Wilks has spoken both nationally and internationally on matters related to immigration law.

Paul S. Lee is an Attorney Of Counsel in Miller Mayer’s Business Law Practice Group.
Mr. Lee focuses his practice on corporate law with an emphasis on financial institutions and regulatory matters. Mr. Lee’s practice includes advising companies with respect to corporate governance, private equity, acquisitions, internal investigations and regulatory compliance. Mr. Lee also has a broad range of working experience in swap agreements, finance transactions, compliance matters, regulatory audits and examinations, and construction contracts.
Prior to joining Miller Mayer, Mr. Lee practiced corporate, banking and regulatory law as in-house counsel at a commercial bank and in private practice in New York City and Seoul, South Korea.
Mr. Lee is a regular speaker at national and international conferences with respect to cross-border regulatory regimes including economic sanctions, money laundering and bribery/corruption.

Nathan J. Cook is an Attorney Of Counsel in Miller Mayer’s Business Law, Real Estate, and Intellectual Property practice groups.
Mr. Cook focuses his practice on business, finance, real estate, and intellectual property law. Mr. Cook’s business and finance practice includes advising entrepreneurs and businesses in formation and governance, employment matters, mergers and acquisitions, licensing, succession planning, and financing, including venture capital.
Mr. Cook’s real estate practice includes representing buyers and sellers of residential and commercial real estate throughout Central New York and the Southern Tier.
Mr. Cook’s intellectual property law practice includes advising clients in intellectual property protection, trademark and copyright registration, franchising, licensing, negotiation and preparation of software development and service agreements, and trade secret protection.

Jennifer Tegan has been a Partner with Ithaca, NY based Cayuga Venture Fund (CVF) for over a decade.
Since starting with CVF in 2002, Jennifer has been working with, supporting and financing entrepreneurs in technology-based companies in the areas of communications equipment, social networking, semi-conductors, materials sciences, consumer products and SAAS businesses. She serves on the boards of GiveGab, Intrinsiq Materials, POM Company, Tompkins Trust Company and True Gault as well as represents the fund on the board of Venuebook. Jennifer is also past President of the Upstate Venture Association of New York Board (UVANY) a membership trade organization whose mission is to increase access to capital for entrepreneurs and companies in Upstate NY. Jennifer has her BA and MS in Geology from Smith College and University of Cincinnati, respectively and her MBA from Cornell University. Since its inception in 1994, Cayuga Venture Fund and its member investors have invested more than $70 million in technology companies in upstate New York, many of which are based on research performed at Cornell University, and helped to attract approximately $300 million of investor capital to technology start-up companies in what is traditionally considered to be a region underserved by venture capital.

Jul
14
Fri
Wireless Meetup
Jul 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Wireless Meetup (Formerly the SDR Meetup) will be for people to learn more about Software Defined Radios, RF transmissions, and any kinds of wireless communications you can think of.  We have some SDR units available if you’d like to learn or bring in your project to play with.

Jul
15
Sat
Linux Workshop
Jul 15 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Linux Workshop

Come and get your questions about Linux answered. We have experts on hand to fix problems and answer questions about Ubuntu and FOSS. Bring your system in so we can help you get the most from your FOSS.

Jul
18
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Jul 18 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Jul
20
Thu
Third Thursdays at HTR’s BetaSpace [July Edition] @ HTR's BetaSpace
Jul 20 all-day

Join the entrepreneurs at HTR’s BetaSpace for Third Thursdays, an opportunity to try out the coworking space for free! If you’re working on a tech startup and have been thinking about joining BetaSpace, this is an opportunity for you to check out our community for a day.

The Third Thursdays program will run all summer long, so mark your calendars for 8/17.

Jul
25
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Jul 25 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Aug
1
Tue
Open Night at the space
Aug 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

On the first Tuesday of each month we have our Open Night. It starts with a very short (15 min) business meeting and then we open the floor to members. Members give a short presentation bragging about the cool things they have accomplished in the past month or shamefully admit they have failed.
So come out and meet the geeks.

Aug
4
Fri
Rochester 2600
Aug 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Rochester 2600 is an information-security / hacker meetup. It’s a loose-knit group that hangs out, does presentations related to security and technology, and discusses a variety of topics throughout the night.
Visit https://www.rochester2600.com for this month’s meeting details.

Aug
8
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Aug 8 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

How do I … A seminar series.
Aug 8 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Seminar Series at Interlock. The second Tuesday of each month we will present a seminar about doing “something” at the space. These seminars will cover using tools at the space, using publicly available kits, learning normal hacker/maker skills.

Aug
11
Fri
Wireless Meetup
Aug 11 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Wireless Meetup (Formerly the SDR Meetup) will be for people to learn more about Software Defined Radios, RF transmissions, and any kinds of wireless communications you can think of.  We have some SDR units available if you’d like to learn or bring in your project to play with.

Aug
15
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Aug 15 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Aug
17
Thu
Third Thursdays at HTR’s BetaSpace [August Edition] @ HTR's BetaSpace
Aug 17 all-day

Join the entrepreneurs at HTR’s BetaSpace for Third Thursdays, an opportunity to try out the coworking space for free! If you’re working on a tech startup and have been thinking about joining BetaSpace, this is an opportunity for you to check out our community for a day.

This is the last Third Thursdays of the summer, so be sure to check it out if you’re interested in trying the BetaSpace!

Aug
18
Fri
The Open Organization Of Lockpickers (TOOOL) Meeting
Aug 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Rochester chapter of The Open Organization Of Lockpicking. This monthly meeting is an opportunity to practice picking locks and meet other people that are experts in the subject. Meetings often have presentations about various locks and will let you borrow some lock picks and training locks to get you started.

Aug
19
Sat
Linux Workshop
Aug 19 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Linux Workshop

Come and get your questions about Linux answered. We have experts on hand to fix problems and answer questions about Ubuntu and FOSS. Bring your system in so we can help you get the most from your FOSS.

Aug
22
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Aug 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Sep
1
Fri
Rochester 2600
Sep 1 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Rochester 2600 is an information-security / hacker meetup. It’s a loose-knit group that hangs out, does presentations related to security and technology, and discusses a variety of topics throughout the night.
Visit https://www.rochester2600.com for this month’s meeting details.

Sep
5
Tue
Open Night at the space
Sep 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

On the first Tuesday of each month we have our Open Night. It starts with a very short (15 min) business meeting and then we open the floor to members. Members give a short presentation bragging about the cool things they have accomplished in the past month or shamefully admit they have failed.
So come out and meet the geeks.

Sep
8
Fri
Wireless Meetup
Sep 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Wireless Meetup (Formerly the SDR Meetup) will be for people to learn more about Software Defined Radios, RF transmissions, and any kinds of wireless communications you can think of.  We have some SDR units available if you’d like to learn or bring in your project to play with.

Sep
12
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Sep 12 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

How do I … A seminar series.
Sep 12 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Seminar Series at Interlock. The second Tuesday of each month we will present a seminar about doing “something” at the space. These seminars will cover using tools at the space, using publicly available kits, learning normal hacker/maker skills.

Sep
16
Sat
Linux Workshop
Sep 16 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Linux Workshop

Come and get your questions about Linux answered. We have experts on hand to fix problems and answer questions about Ubuntu and FOSS. Bring your system in so we can help you get the most from your FOSS.

UVC Photo Gallery

Serial entrepreneur will meet with 12 startups on upstate New York tech tour
SciTech Panel at LeMoyne College
Steve Raines - UNY50 Leadership Network
Become a UVC Community Connector
Ryan Miller @ 2015 Upstate Venture Ecosystem Awards
13th Annual Frank Fernandez Dinner at Le Moyne College
Ecovative Founder at Cornell
Syracuse CoWorks Members
NEXUS-NY Judges
The Thrive Project Team
Jun
26
Mon
Achieving Operational Excellence in Rochester @ The Brighton Reserve Clubhouse
Jun 26 all-day
Achieving Operational Excellence in Rochester @ The Brighton Reserve Clubhouse | Rochester | New York | United States

Israeli Global leaders in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning are coming to Rochester to help companies transform current operations into optimal performance using data-driven decision making.

Million Dollar Mistakes w/ Christine Whitman – 7:30 – 9:00 AM
Enjoy a classic Israeli breakfast hosted by Christine Whitman while meeting Israeli entrepreneurs Iris Tsidon and Maya Gal. Find out about their journey to get funded and build a company with global impact.

Workshop – 4:00 – 6:30 PM
Partake in an interactive workshop about artificial intelligence, machine learning and how they are changing Business Intelligence and transforming into Operational Intelligence.

Founder Stories w/ Google Mentor – 6:45 – 8:00 PM
Meet for drinks with Google Mentor Sarah Nadav and get a chance to hear from Iris Tsidon and Maya Gal about operational mistakes and missed opportunities that are costing companies millions of dollars annually.

Jun
27
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Jun
28
Wed
**ANNOUNCEMENT** GDIRocDev BYOP!
Jun 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Together with the Rochester Software Development Meetup group, we’re hosting a night of hacking on your own projects before going on vacation to celebrate Independence Day. Whether you’re still ideating or have loops that won’t terminate, you’ll have the opportunity to make some progress at HTR’s BetaSpace located on the third floor of the Sibley Building. Even if you don’t have anything to hack on, you’re still welcome. There will be plenty of people who want a second pair of eyes or just want another technical person (they don’t work with) to talk to. There will be beverages like water, Coke, Mt. Dew, etc. We’re working on food. If you happen to misread the event title and bring beer, you might make a friend. ***NOTE: This is a cross posting for announcement purposes. You can RSVP here or, ideally, join the Rochester Software Development Meetup and RSVP there 🙂 https://www.meetup.com/meetup-group-BkuJclOW/ See you there!

GDIRocDev BYOP
Jun 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Together with Girl Develop It ROC, we’re hosting a night of hacking on your own projects before going on vacation to celebrate Independence Day. Whether you’re still ideating or have loops that won’t terminate, you’ll have the opportunity to make some progress at HTR’s BetaSpace located on the third floor of the Sibley Building. Even if you don’t have anything to hack on, you’re still welcome. There will be plenty of people who want a second pair of eyes or just want another technical person (they don’t work with) to talk to. There will be beverages like water, Coke, Mt. Dew, etc. We’re working on food. If you happen to misread the event title and bring beer, you might make a friend.

Jul
4
Tue
Open Night at the space
Jul 4 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

On the first Tuesday of each month we have our Open Night. It starts with a very short (15 min) business meeting and then we open the floor to members. Members give a short presentation bragging about the cool things they have accomplished in the past month or shamefully admit they have failed.
So come out and meet the geeks.

Jul
7
Fri
Rochester 2600 @ Interlock Rochester
Jul 7 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Rochester 2600 is an information-security / hacker meetup. It’s a loose-knit group that hangs out, does presentations related to security and technology, and discusses a variety of topics throughout the night.
Visit https://www.rochester2600.com for this month’s meeting details.

Jul
11
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Jul 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

How do I … A seminar series.
Jul 11 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Seminar Series at Interlock. The second Tuesday of each month we will present a seminar about doing “something” at the space. These seminars will cover using tools at the space, using publicly available kits, learning normal hacker/maker skills.

Jul
13
Thu
Webinar: From Idea To IPO – Immigration And Corporate Issues @ Webinar
Jul 13 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Miller Mayer Webinar: From Idea To IPO: Immigration And Corporate Issues

Every entrepreneur needs to know how to navigate the life cycle of a startup company, from concept to a successful IPO. Experienced Miller Mayer attorneys Steve Yale-Loehr, David Wilks, Nathan Cook, and Paul Lee will explain the process from both a corporate and an immigration law perspective and answer questions. Jennifer Tegan, a partner at Cayuga Venture Fund will join them as well. This webinar will benefit individual entrepreneurs, startup or young companies, and venture capitalists thinking about funding new companies that have a foreign national founder or CEO.

Panelists:

Steve Yale-Loehr is an Attorney Of Counsel in Miller Mayer’s Immigration practice group. He brings 30 years of immigration law experience to bear in advising corporate and individual clients on a broad array of family- and employment-based immigration matters.
In addition to his work at Miller Mayer, Mr. Yale-Loehr is an active and internationally renowned member of the immigration law community. He teaches immigration and asylum law at Cornell Law School as a Professor of Immigration Practice. He also founded and was the original executive director of Invest in the USA (IIUSA), a trade association of EB-5 immigrant investor regional centers. He is listed in Who’s Who in America and is annually listed in Chambers Global, Chambers USA, and An International Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers as one of the world’s best immigration lawyers. He is frequently quoted in the press on immigration issues and has often testified before Congress.

David J. Wilks is an Associate in Miller Mayer’s Immigration practice group.
Mr. Wilks’ practice focuses primarily on employment-based immigration. He has represented a wide range of clients, including universities, multinational corporations, health care institutions, small businesses and entrepreneurs in seeking immigrant and nonimmigrant status for individuals in diverse fields and specialties. Mr. Wilks has also provided immigration expertise relating to large corporate acquisitions, as well as assisted clients with I-9 compliance and family-based petitions for permanent residence.

Mr. Wilks currently serves on national leadership committees with the American Immigration Lawyers Association. In addition, Mr. Wilks has spoken both nationally and internationally on matters related to immigration law.

Paul S. Lee is an Attorney Of Counsel in Miller Mayer’s Business Law Practice Group.
Mr. Lee focuses his practice on corporate law with an emphasis on financial institutions and regulatory matters. Mr. Lee’s practice includes advising companies with respect to corporate governance, private equity, acquisitions, internal investigations and regulatory compliance. Mr. Lee also has a broad range of working experience in swap agreements, finance transactions, compliance matters, regulatory audits and examinations, and construction contracts.
Prior to joining Miller Mayer, Mr. Lee practiced corporate, banking and regulatory law as in-house counsel at a commercial bank and in private practice in New York City and Seoul, South Korea.
Mr. Lee is a regular speaker at national and international conferences with respect to cross-border regulatory regimes including economic sanctions, money laundering and bribery/corruption.

Nathan J. Cook is an Attorney Of Counsel in Miller Mayer’s Business Law, Real Estate, and Intellectual Property practice groups.
Mr. Cook focuses his practice on business, finance, real estate, and intellectual property law. Mr. Cook’s business and finance practice includes advising entrepreneurs and businesses in formation and governance, employment matters, mergers and acquisitions, licensing, succession planning, and financing, including venture capital.
Mr. Cook’s real estate practice includes representing buyers and sellers of residential and commercial real estate throughout Central New York and the Southern Tier.
Mr. Cook’s intellectual property law practice includes advising clients in intellectual property protection, trademark and copyright registration, franchising, licensing, negotiation and preparation of software development and service agreements, and trade secret protection.

Jennifer Tegan has been a Partner with Ithaca, NY based Cayuga Venture Fund (CVF) for over a decade.
Since starting with CVF in 2002, Jennifer has been working with, supporting and financing entrepreneurs in technology-based companies in the areas of communications equipment, social networking, semi-conductors, materials sciences, consumer products and SAAS businesses. She serves on the boards of GiveGab, Intrinsiq Materials, POM Company, Tompkins Trust Company and True Gault as well as represents the fund on the board of Venuebook. Jennifer is also past President of the Upstate Venture Association of New York Board (UVANY) a membership trade organization whose mission is to increase access to capital for entrepreneurs and companies in Upstate NY. Jennifer has her BA and MS in Geology from Smith College and University of Cincinnati, respectively and her MBA from Cornell University. Since its inception in 1994, Cayuga Venture Fund and its member investors have invested more than $70 million in technology companies in upstate New York, many of which are based on research performed at Cornell University, and helped to attract approximately $300 million of investor capital to technology start-up companies in what is traditionally considered to be a region underserved by venture capital.

Jul
14
Fri
Wireless Meetup
Jul 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Wireless Meetup (Formerly the SDR Meetup) will be for people to learn more about Software Defined Radios, RF transmissions, and any kinds of wireless communications you can think of.  We have some SDR units available if you’d like to learn or bring in your project to play with.

Jul
15
Sat
Linux Workshop
Jul 15 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Linux Workshop

Come and get your questions about Linux answered. We have experts on hand to fix problems and answer questions about Ubuntu and FOSS. Bring your system in so we can help you get the most from your FOSS.

Jul
18
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Jul 18 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Jul
20
Thu
Third Thursdays at HTR’s BetaSpace [July Edition] @ HTR's BetaSpace
Jul 20 all-day

Join the entrepreneurs at HTR’s BetaSpace for Third Thursdays, an opportunity to try out the coworking space for free! If you’re working on a tech startup and have been thinking about joining BetaSpace, this is an opportunity for you to check out our community for a day.

The Third Thursdays program will run all summer long, so mark your calendars for 8/17.

Jul
25
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Jul 25 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Aug
1
Tue
Open Night at the space
Aug 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

On the first Tuesday of each month we have our Open Night. It starts with a very short (15 min) business meeting and then we open the floor to members. Members give a short presentation bragging about the cool things they have accomplished in the past month or shamefully admit they have failed.
So come out and meet the geeks.

Aug
4
Fri
Rochester 2600
Aug 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Rochester 2600 is an information-security / hacker meetup. It’s a loose-knit group that hangs out, does presentations related to security and technology, and discusses a variety of topics throughout the night.
Visit https://www.rochester2600.com for this month’s meeting details.

Aug
8
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Aug 8 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

How do I … A seminar series.
Aug 8 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Seminar Series at Interlock. The second Tuesday of each month we will present a seminar about doing “something” at the space. These seminars will cover using tools at the space, using publicly available kits, learning normal hacker/maker skills.

Aug
11
Fri
Wireless Meetup
Aug 11 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Wireless Meetup (Formerly the SDR Meetup) will be for people to learn more about Software Defined Radios, RF transmissions, and any kinds of wireless communications you can think of.  We have some SDR units available if you’d like to learn or bring in your project to play with.

Aug
15
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Aug 15 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Aug
17
Thu
Third Thursdays at HTR’s BetaSpace [August Edition] @ HTR's BetaSpace
Aug 17 all-day

Join the entrepreneurs at HTR’s BetaSpace for Third Thursdays, an opportunity to try out the coworking space for free! If you’re working on a tech startup and have been thinking about joining BetaSpace, this is an opportunity for you to check out our community for a day.

This is the last Third Thursdays of the summer, so be sure to check it out if you’re interested in trying the BetaSpace!

Aug
18
Fri
The Open Organization Of Lockpickers (TOOOL) Meeting
Aug 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Rochester chapter of The Open Organization Of Lockpicking. This monthly meeting is an opportunity to practice picking locks and meet other people that are experts in the subject. Meetings often have presentations about various locks and will let you borrow some lock picks and training locks to get you started.

Aug
19
Sat
Linux Workshop
Aug 19 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Linux Workshop

Come and get your questions about Linux answered. We have experts on hand to fix problems and answer questions about Ubuntu and FOSS. Bring your system in so we can help you get the most from your FOSS.

Aug
22
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Aug 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Sep
1
Fri
Rochester 2600
Sep 1 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Rochester 2600 is an information-security / hacker meetup. It’s a loose-knit group that hangs out, does presentations related to security and technology, and discusses a variety of topics throughout the night.
Visit https://www.rochester2600.com for this month’s meeting details.

Sep
5
Tue
Open Night at the space
Sep 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

On the first Tuesday of each month we have our Open Night. It starts with a very short (15 min) business meeting and then we open the floor to members. Members give a short presentation bragging about the cool things they have accomplished in the past month or shamefully admit they have failed.
So come out and meet the geeks.

Sep
8
Fri
Wireless Meetup
Sep 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Wireless Meetup (Formerly the SDR Meetup) will be for people to learn more about Software Defined Radios, RF transmissions, and any kinds of wireless communications you can think of.  We have some SDR units available if you’d like to learn or bring in your project to play with.

Sep
12
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Sep 12 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

How do I … A seminar series.
Sep 12 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Seminar Series at Interlock. The second Tuesday of each month we will present a seminar about doing “something” at the space. These seminars will cover using tools at the space, using publicly available kits, learning normal hacker/maker skills.

Sep
16
Sat
Linux Workshop
Sep 16 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Linux Workshop

Come and get your questions about Linux answered. We have experts on hand to fix problems and answer questions about Ubuntu and FOSS. Bring your system in so we can help you get the most from your FOSS.