Chris Dimou, President and CEO, and Sylviana Lopez, HR Manager, represented Roto Frank of America, Inc. at the 44th Annual Meeting and Dinner of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering. The event honored young inventors through the CT Invention Convention, gave scholarships, and awarded those in STEM programs.

The Keynote speaker at the event was Meg Urry, PHD, who is the Israel Munson Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Yale University. She spoke on how astrophysics can help solve humanity’s big challenges. Among others, Cynthia Chen was awarded 1st Place, Physical Sciences- Senior Division for her project: A Green Nanotechnological Approach for Energy Efficiency and Conservation: Tungsten-doped Vanadium Dioxide Thermochromic Smart Windows.

The Connecticut Academy is a non-profit institution that identifies and studies issues and technological advancements that are or should be of concern to the state of Connecticut.

About Roto Frank of America, Inc.
Roto Frank of America, Inc. is wholly owned subsidiary of Roto Frank AG, a global leader in window and door hardware, with 18 production plants and more than 40 subsidiaries worldwide. Roto Frank of America, Inc. is a Chester, Connecticut-based manufacturer of window and door hardware which offers solutions for North American and European applications.
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