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John Elvesjo

Name  John Elvesjo

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Education  Royal Institute of Technology

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John Mikael Holtz Elvesjö, born September 19, 1977, is a Swedish entrepreneur and inventor. Born Holtz, John Elvesjö took his mother’s maiden name at the age of 18 when his father died.

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Elvesjö studied Engineering Physics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. He founded his first company in 1999, Jenser Technology, which was a spin-off from the Institute of Surface Chemistry and based on his previous research there.

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In 1995 Elvesjö was recruited by Henrik Eskilsson as the first employee of Trampolinspecialisten. Elvesjö, Henrik Eskilsson and Marten Skogö founded a new company in 2001 which was named Tobii Technology. Elvesjö is currently Chief Technical Officer and Executive Vice President at Tobii Technology.

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Scholarships, Grants, Awards and Publications

  • 1998 - 2010 Authored and co-authored 15 or more patents/applications and scientific publications
  • 2000 Stockholms Stads Uppfinnarstipendium – First prize
  • 2001 MiljöInnovationsPriset – First Prize with Mårten Skogö for a method of optimizing detergent dosage by measuring surface tension
  • 2002 SKAPA Stipendiet – Grant of SEK 25,000
  • 2005 Entrepreneur of the Year Award (ALMI)
  • 2007 Ranked number three of "up comers 2007" (Sweden's men and women under 40 most likely to influence the future) by Shortcut magazine
  • 2008 Honored as "IT-Renewer of the Year" by Chef magazine and Teliasonera
  • References

    John Elvesjo Wikipedia


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