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kynamatrix Research Network: Innovation through Collaboration

kynamatrix is a network of researchers dedicated to the understanding and advancement of interactive communication, accelerating innovation in design, engineering, and computer science.

We operate two programs which work together toward achieving our mission of solving real-world problems.

Program 1: Research

We are advancing innovation in four applied areas: communication: making technology more transparent and bringing people closer together; energy: collaboration in the renewable energy sector; transportation: alternative solutions to moving people and things; and public safety: innovative solutions to make the world a safer place.

Combining all four areas, we are researching, designing, and documenting a scalable, emergency urban environment plan by creating a fractal-like recursive algorithm. Because millions of people can be left homeless when disaster strikes, we are developing the plans to handle from 1,000 to 100,000 people per instance.

Program 2: Grant Gifting

Encouraging collaboration and the study of interactive communication across the academic disciplines of design, engineering, and computer science.

Grants are by invitation only and are available to 501(c)(3) organizations and universities.

Annually, we award support grants to innovative collaborative projects that align with our mission.

 
RESEARCH
Proximity Algorithm Intelligent Mechanisms ResearcHDiscovery  
 
GRANTS
Grant Gifting Current Grant Awards Grant Archive  
 
ABOUT

Mission
To scientifically research interactive communication through the investigation of alternative paradigms and through collaborative innovation.

Name
Pronounced kin-uh-mey'-triks, a combination of "kyna" meaning "intelligent; kinetic" and "matrix" meaning "array".

Documents
Backgrounder (pdf)
By-Laws (pdf)

Exemption
kynamatrix is exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Contributions
Financial donations to kynamatrix are deductible under section 170 of the Code. The organization is also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers, or gifts under section 2055, 2106, or 2522 of the Code. kynamatrix Research Network is a volunteer-operated organization, and a Bronze-level GuideStar participant, demonstrating its commitment to transparency.

Volunteer
Contribute Your Intellect! We are entering a new world of opportunity for innovation through collaboration, powered by imagination. Accelerate innovation through collaborative research in the applied areas of communication, energy, transportation, and public safety. A masters or PhD in design, engineering, or computer science is required. Email your area of interest and CV to: volunteer at kynamatrix.org

 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Alyce N. Hoggan, MDes.
President, Executive Director, & co-Founder


Steve Clark
Vice President & Board Member


Ruth Marsh
Board Secretary & Board Member


Skip Franklin
Board Member & co-Founder


Ray Chris Schmidt
Board Member

Former Board Member


Dr. Marvin Minsky 1927-2016
Board Member 2008-2016

 
NEWS

Website Update
2019.05.10   A new responsive version of the kynamatrix.org website is available as of today. It has been re-engineered to render well on a variety of devices and window or screen sizes. Progress in our research and grant programs will be easier to share more frequently.

2019 kynamatrix Research Grants Awarded
2019.01.31   We awarded three "Innovation through Collaboration" grants. They went to graduate students at Carnegie Mellon University in support of their Masters thesis projects. Congratulations to all!
> See our current grants section for more details.

Past news articles:
Can be found here.

 
CONTACT

email: info at kynamatrix dot org

kynamatrix Research Network
7345 164th Ave NE Ste I145-513
Redmond, Washington
98052-7848


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