Rami is currently a member of Stanford Universityís Honors Coop Program, where he is completing his Masters in Materials Science & Engineering, with research focus on the Cleantech applications of Advanced Materials. To date Rami has maintained a GPA of 4.13 / 4.00 (A+) and under this program has participated in research and consulting projects in fuel cells, thin film solar materials, gallium nitride white light LEDs, catalysts for bio-refining of renewable chemicals and other Cleantech applications. Rami has been selected to contribute to writing the 2nd edition of the leading textbook on fuel cells, including writing the new section on solid oxide fuel cell materials.
At SEInteractive Ramiís work has included working on seven investments and serving as director on four company boards including Arsenal Digital (acquired by IBM) and Pixel Magic (acquired by Dai Nippon Printing). Rami started his career as a software engineer, developing large scale strategic software applications (Decision Support Systems; Design Automation Systems) for Global Fortune 20 companies (Toyota, Procter & Gamble), and successfully delivered multiple such applications on time and on budget. After that he worked as an investment banker at UBS Warburg's Technology Group where he led the execution of multiple public offerings and M&A deals that in aggregate raised approximately $800 mm for high tech companies. Rami has also gained valuable experience as an entrepreneur, co-founding Datacme Software (a silicon valley database software startup) and holding key operational roles at Oneworld Software Solutions (outsourced software development company).
Rami is a graduate of M.I.T. where he earned an MBA in finance from the Sloan School and was awarded the Henry du Pont III Scholarship. He also holds and a B.S. in Computer and Electrical Engineering from Purdue University.