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John Milios, CEO
John was president and founder of an Inc. 500 company and VP and CTO of an S&P 500 company, both operating in the semiconductor sector.  He was the lead designer of SMBus, the control bus of the Smart Battery System (SBS), the technical director of the SBS industry group and a member of the Architectural Review Board for the design of Bluetooth.  Mr. Milios holds BS in Physics and MS in Automation from the University of Athens and a Ph.M. from Columbia University, and has been awarded 10 patents.

 

Nicolas Clauvelin, Chief Technology Officer
Dr. Nicolas Clauvelin is an expert in the field of modeling of complex physical systems and possesses a unique combination of skills at the interface of mathematics, physics and computer programming. He has applied during his doctoral studies and his career expertise to develop innovatory models, software and applications for systems ranging from complex mechanical structures (e.g., elastic beam with treatment of self-contact effects), biomolecular and biological assemblies (e.g., DNA and DNA-proteins complexes), electrochemical and electrical systems (e.g., lithium-ion batteries, sensing device). Dr. Clauvelin completed his undergraduate work, an Msc in Theoretical Physics of Complex Systems and a PhD in Mechanical Sciences at UPMC Université Paris 6 and post doc at Rutgers University. He has published nineteen articles in several scientific peer-reviewed journals such as Physical Review Letters and the Journal of Computational Physics.

 

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Ellen Gooch, Director of Marketing 
Ellen has served as division director at an S&P 500 company and as a director of marketing at an Inc. 500 company. She is also the editor of a b to b publication (non-industry related) and has worked as a branding and corporate identity specialist with a NYC-based CI firm. She has written numerous articles on technology topics for a variety of industry publications and is a graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University.

 

Yannis Tsividis, Chief Technical Advisor
Winner of multiple awards, including the IEEE W. R. G. Baker Prize in 1984, Mr. Tsividis is a professor of electrical engineering at Columbia University. He was the first to model and then demonstrate the first fully integrated MOS operational amplifier in 1976 and has since done extensive work in analog and mixed signal integrated circuits at the device, system, and computer simulation level. His seminal book, "Operation and Modeling of the MOS Transistor" (Oxford University Press) is now in its third edition. Mr. Tsividis holds a Ph.D from the University of California, Berkeley and has been awarded over 25 patents.

 

Robert Melville, Senior Scientist
Robert Melville did his undergraduate training at the University of Delaware, then went on to graduate work at Cornell, culminating in a Ph. D. in Computer Science in 1981. He was a junior faculty member at Johns Hopkins University before joining Bell Labs in 1985. He worked at the labs for 16 years in the areas of computer-aided design, numerical simulation of electronic circuits, and design and fabrication of RF integrated circuits. Most recently, he has taught electrical engineering at Columbia University and served with
the United States Antarctic Program at the Amundsen-Scott base at the South Pole doing engineering work in support of geophysics experiments.

Dr. Melville is a member of the IEEE, has served as a professional referee for various IEEE-sponsored journals and conferences, and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. He co-organized a conference on numerical circuit simulation at Sandia National Labs and participated in the AT&T "Teachers and Technology" enrichment program for high-school math and science teachers.

 

Victor Marten, Director of Engineering 
The inventor of the capacitor-based charge balancing system and an IC design specialist, Mr. Marten has been a member of the IEEE since 1986. He has held leadership positions in a variety of companies in the biomedical, instrumentation, semiconductors, HID, and power management sectors of the industry and has been awarded 22 US patents on the topics of Analog Signal Conditioning, Communications, Low Power Operations and Power Management.  

 

 

 

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