Dr. Rex Yeap is currently a Partner of Invention Capital LLP directing efforts towards the creation, commercialization of novel inventions, investing and incubating early stage companies. In addition, he is a Vice Chairman of Business Angel Network (BANSEA) and he is also the co-founder of an angel investment fund (BANSEA Fund One) and served as the Chair in its Investment Committee Board for this fund. Dr. Yeap is also an investor-mentor in SiTF for its iJAM and ACE Grant programme. Over the past decades his angel investment portfolio includes early stage technology companies mostly in the Information Technology space and increasingly Fintech space. Dr. Yeap holds a Master of Science (Distinction) from University of Leeds and his Doctoral research involved the invention of a few patented hedge fund systems.
Dr. Yeap has three decades of experience across the Information Technology value chain that spans industry, government and academia. He is the co-inventor of the patented IP Blockchain invention and has over 20 Information Technology related patents and thousands of inventions over the past three decades.
Selected Patents and Inventions:
o Yeap, T., Ling, K.T., 2018, "IP Blockchain Method And System", Intellectual Property Office of Singapore, Granted Patent, App. No. 10201604032U
o Yeap, T., Ling, K.T., Cheong, S.C, Chuang, S.K., 2016, "Applied Cryptographic IP Management Method And System", World Intellectual Property Organization, Patent Application Number PCT/SG2016/050237
o Yeap, T. 2015, "User Movement Interpretation in Computer Generated Reality", United States Patent & Trademark Office, Granted Patent Number 8,966,400
o Phan, W.Y., Yeap, T., 2013, "Bandwidth Auctions", World Intellectual Property Organization, Patent Application Number WO20131000854
o Yeap, T., 2012, "Long-Short Hedge Fund Method and System", United States Patent and Trademark Office, Patent Application Number 13/635,376
o Yeap, T., 2012, "Event-Driven Hedge Fund Method and System", Intellectual Property Office of Singapore, Granted Patent Number 184108
o Yeap, T., 2011. "Quantitative Dividends Method and System", World Intellectual Property Organization, Patent Application Number WO2010000141
o Yeap, T., 2009, "Hierarchical and Template-based Knowledge Synthesizer", Invention Disclosure, Invention Capital LLP
o Yeap, T., 2008, "Dynamic Fund Management using Patent Information", Invention Disclosure TS20080401, Thomson Reuters Corporation Pte. Ltd.
o Yeap, T., Suresh, P., 2005, "Constraint-based Search Ranking and Scoring Method", Invention Disclosure, Intellectual Property Exchange Pte. Ltd.
o Yeap, T., 2005, "Parallel Processing and Asynchronous Cache Intellectual Property Meta-Search Method and System", Invention Disclosure, Intellectual Property Exchange Pte. Ltd.
Full list here: http://ye.sg/patents
My Bio profile: http://ye.sg/bio
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