Unreasonable Fellows

Matthew Silver

Founder and CEO at Cambrian

Matthew is an Unreasonable Fellow. Matthew was part of Unreasonable Impact Americas 2018.
Matthew Silver has sixteen years of experience in engineering design, entrepreneurship, and business strategy. As Founder and CEO of Cambrian, he has played a key role in developing and scaling the underlying technology, building the team, fundraising, and successfully penetrating commercial markets. Prior to founding Cambrian, Matt worked for ten years in the aerospace sector. He is the co-inventor on several awarded patents, author of over 25 research and conference publications, and he has testified before the United States Senate on early-stage innovation in 2011. Matt was a founding board member of the New England Water Innovation Network (NEWIN), a final 50 candidate for the NASA Astronaut Corp., and a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer. He received a Doctorate in Engineering Systems and two Master’s Degrees, one in Astronautical Engineering and the other in Technology and Policy, from MIT. He has a Bachelor’s from Williams College, cum laude.
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