Karthee Madasamy is Founder and Managing Partner at Mobile Foundation Ventures (MFV Partners), an US-based, early-stage deep-tech venture fund targeting technology startups in frontier-tech startups in robotics, artificial intelligence, quantum computing. Before MFV, Madasamy spent 11 years as a Managing Director at Qualcomm Ventures where he invested across the US, Israel, and India. Some of his notable investments include Waze (acquired by Google), Validity Sensors (acquired by Synaptics), and BORQS (NASDAQ IPO), among others. Before Qualcomm Ventures, Karthee led technical and product marketing roles in three semiconductor and wireless startups in Silicon Valley.
Karthee holds a BS in electronics and communication engineering from College of Engineering, Guindy in Chennai, India, and a MS in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan. He also holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Karthee is also a Kauffman Fellow.