Leadership with mettle.
A proven team of science & business minds, driven by the firm belief we are commercializing something truly groundbreaking.
CEO of Seurat Technologies, has been involved in many startup companies and the commercialization of their first products. This includes Tesla Motors, MTI MicroFuel Cells, Clarent, and others. He was very involved with electric vehicles for ten years, and earlier in his career held research and operations positions at Lockheed and Sun Microsystems. Erik has two graduate degrees from Stanford University [MS in Manufacturing Systems Engineering and a PhD in Industrial Engineering] and has a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT.
Co-inventor and sole demonstrator of the Licensed Technology while he worked for over six years at LLNL, and now Seurat’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO). At LLNL, James initially performed National Ignition Facility (NIF) related work and then later for additive manufacturing systems. His last three and a half years at LLNL were spent inventing, refining and demonstrating key concepts of the Licensed Technology. This provides a huge jump-start to our commercialization efforts. James holds a MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University and a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Santa Clara University.
VP of Engineering
Vice President of Engineering at Seurat Technologies, has over 30 years of global experience in technical leadership and general management in renewable energy, semiconductor and automation with an emphasis on commercial development. His roles have included VP Engineering, CTO, General Manager, and Chief Automation Engineer at a range of firms including several startups. Kourosh’s specific development experiences with high-speed precision robotics and high-temperature silicon ingot furnaces are highly relevant to Seurat’s expected technical roadmap. Kourosh is also highly experienced in leading teams bringing products to market. Kourosh has an Electrical Engineering degree from Northeastern University and completed his graduate studies in Systems Engineering and Engineering Management at University of Massachusetts.