Barry Dickman is general partner of Quantum Technology Partners, which he founded in 2000. Quantum invests in early stage technology and healthcare companies. Investments include SPI Lasers (high power fiber lasers, acquired by Trumpf), Vaxart (oral vaccines, Nasdaq:VXRT), Anterios (botulinum-based topical therapeutic, acquired by Allergan), Corium (transdermal drug delivery, Nasdaq:CORI) and BiPar Sciences (cancer therapeutic, acquired by Sanofi).
Prior to Quantum, Barry was CEO of Lightscape Technologies, a developer of advanced 3D visualization software which was acquired by Discreet Logic. He founded and was CEO of Image Automation, a developer of high resolution computer graphics software and hardware which was acquired by Exxon Enterprises. At Exxon Dickman guided the early development of local area networking technology. Dickman co-founded and was CEO of Cornerstone Technology a leading manufacturer of high resolution display hardware for use in document imaging which was listed on Nasdaq. Barry was the General Manager of the multimedia division of Autodesk which was responsible for 3D Studio - Modeling, Animation and Rendering software.
Barry holds a B.S. in Information and Computer Science from Georgia Tech