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Norine Chang


  • surface engineering and analytical chemistry
  • water purification, industrial printing, more
  • M.S., B.S., Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University




Corie Cobb
  • expertise in product design, MEMS, optimization, modeling
  • focusing on novel printing and extrusion technologies
  • previous experience at Applied Materials, HP, Bell Labs, Google, Toshiba Japan
  • Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, UC Berkeley; M.S. in ME, B.S. in Product Design, Stanford University




Sean Garner
  • manages Energy Systems group at PARC
  • experimential physics
  • experience in optics, electronics, micromechanical systems, microfabrication, vacuum, cryogenics
  • Ph.D., Physics, Cornell University



Peter Kiesel
  • nitride based light emitters, ultra sensitive detection systems
  • flow cytometry for biomedical applications
  • over 60 issued and pending patents and 100 publications


Ashutosh Kole
  • mechanical engineering and product design for cleantech and printing technologies 
  • primary role in patent for Hydrodynamic Separation (HDS)
  • manufacturing technologies for the HDS device
  • M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Texas at Arlington and his B.E. in Mechanical Engineering and HSC in Science from Shivaji University. 


Joerg Martini
  • flow cytometry techniques for point-of-care applications
  • expertise in multiphoton microscopy, human cartilage implants, nuclear protein export, force spectroscopy
  • Ph.D., physics


John Paschkewitz
  • computational and experimental investigation of fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, and reacting flow problems
  • SB, SM from MIT, Ph.D. from Stanford University in chemical engineering


Michael Recht
  • identifying new applications for biomedical enthalpy array technology
  • expertise in thermodynamics and kinetics of RNA-protein interactions using a variety of biochemical and biophysical techniques
  • B.S. in Biology from the UCLA; Ph.D. in Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology U.C. Santa Cruz; postdoctoral work at Stanford University & The Scripps Research Institute


Eric Shrader
  • developing reusable paper printing applications; inkjet systems aimed at printed circuit board printing; novel energy conversion technologies aimed at solar energy and energy scavenging
  • applies conventional printing technologies and techniques in novel ways to improve performance or manufacturing
  • M.S., Stanford University, in Mechanical Engineering and B.S., MIT


Armin Volkel



  • manipulation of micron-sized particles
  • novel barrier-free particle separator for water treatment applications
  • expert in modeling and simulation of complex physical systems
  • Ph.D., Physics, University of Bayreuth, Germany
  • over 65 patents issued and pending