Daniel Dardani

  • Technology Licensing Officers
Daniel Dardani

Technology Licensing Officer

  • Algorithms
  • Copyrighted Software
  • Cybersecurity
  • Information and Data Technology
  • Machine Learning and Vision
  • Software

Assistant: Kelley Baer
kcbaer@mit.edu 

Daniel Dardani is a Technology Licensing Officer at M.I.T.’s Technology Licensing Office (TLO). His technology areas include: computer science, information technology, copyright software, algorithms, digital imaging, video games, and cyber security technologies.  Daniel has worked at the TLO for over 10 years and is well experienced in the scientific, legal and strategic business aspects of intellectual property licensing, as well as in counseling inventors and entrepreneurs on how to develop and effectively leverage university technologies into commercialization opportunities.  Daniel is also a liaison to M.I.T.’s Game Lab, and is a SBIR grant reviewer for the National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH).

Daniel is a Certified Licensing Professional (CLP TM) and, in his own time, he helps teach a survey course in intellectual property at Harvard University. Before coming to M.I.T., Daniel worked in industry as a software test engineer for a global telecommunications network services provider.