Matt McConnell email@example.com Matt was a co-founder of Coolescence in 2005, after previously working as an engineering director at Cisco. He further helped some of the early microfinance institutions establish themselves, and is still actively working with some of them today.
Richard Cantwell firstname.lastname@example.org
Rick was a co-founder of Coolescence in 2005, and with over 30 years of engineering management experience, Rick serves as General Manager of Coolescence. Rick received his BS in Electrical Engineering from Northwestern University and his MSEE from Stanford University. In addition to managerial duties Rick has designed experimental equipment and automated data collections systems.
Dr. David Knies email@example.com
David joined Coolescence in 2014 as a Senior Research Scientist. David received his Bachelor’s in Applied Physics from The University of Northern Colorado Greeley, and his Master’s in Nuclear Physics and Doctorate in Experimental Nuclear Physics from Purdue University. David previously worked for the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC as Section Head of Tailored Morphology, and prior to that as a research physicist also at the Naval Research Laboratory.
Dr. Olga Dmitriyeva firstname.lastname@example.org Olga received her BS and MS in Physics from Voronezh State University, Russia and MS and PhD in Electrical Engineering from The University of Colorado, Boulder. She was also a first cohort student of OMS CS program run by Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta specializing in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. She joined Coolescence in 2010 to work on experimental and theoretical aspects of hydrogen loading in palladium nanoparticles and heterogeneous catalysts.Her other interests include application of machine learning algorithms to data analysis and surface image classification.
Dr. Steven Hamm email@example.com Steven received his B.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Missouri. He joined Coolescence in 2014 after receiving his Ph.D. At Coolescence, he performs numerous electrochemical measurements to study the hydrogen evolution reaction on Palladium. His general research interests include studying materials for applications in energy technologies.
Ed Goulet firstname.lastname@example.org
Ed is a Senior Software & Research Engineer with more than 30 years experience in software development, across a wide variety of disciplines. He developed applications and websites using a variety of languages deployed across multiple platforms and databases. Ed joined Coolescence in 2014 and previously worked for Kozio, Inc. in embedded hardware diagnostics. He is responsible for engineering software applications and operation of ICP-MS.