Tony Miller, CEO
Tony Miller is a founding member of the ET science team and brings leadership, technical, and analytic skills to ET. He has a wide range of design experience ranging from residual gas analysis subsystems on fusion reactors to quantum noise limited magnetometers to ultra-fast laser based cancer detection technologies. Tony graduated Summa Cum Laude in Physics from the Princeton University and completed his Ph.D. in Applied Physics at Stanford University. Tony is a Hertz Fellow.
Ari Kushner, CFO
Ari Kushner is a proven technology entrepreneur who brings managerial, financial, and marketing expertise to the Entanglement team. Previously, Ari co-founded and served as CEO of Diginexus Corporation, an information systems company that developed large-scale software solutions for Fortune 50 industrial corporations, financial institutions, government agencies, and the military. During his decade-long tenure at Diginexus, Ari grew the company from 2 employees to over 60, reaching $10M/year in annual revenues. Ari graduated from the Management and Technology Program at the University of Pennsylvania in 1998, where he attained Bachelor's degrees from the Engineering and Wharton schools.
Bruce Richman, CTO
Bruce Richman is a seasoned technologist in cavity ring-down spectroscopy and its applications, with additional experience in lasers and nonlinear optics. Before joining Entanglement, he was senior scientist at Picarro, Inc. from its first year to more than 12, helping it grow into a world-renowned provider of trace gas and isotopic measurement instrumentation for study of climate, pollution, and human health. There, he lead several projects in a small team that took cavity ring-down technology from basic research to applications development, manufacturing, and profit. He has several commercialized patents. Bruce has a Bachelor's degree in physics from Caltech and a PhD in applied physics from Stanford.
Ricardo brings to Entanglement key analytical, quantitative and experimental skills that apply directly to the development of trace gas sensors. His vast experience in instrumentation and spectroscopy stems from his work in single molecule spectroscopy, Rydberg physics, quantum chemical calculations, and trapped ion quantum computing. Ricardo grew up in Quito, Ecuador and obtained a B.Sc. in Chemistry from Universidad San Francisco de Quito. He received his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Purdue University followed by postdoctoral training in Georgia Institute of Technology.
Stephanie is a software/firmware engineer with nearly two decades of experience developing hardware and software in Silicon Valley. Stephanie began her career as a DSP engineer with Sigma Designs. Subsequently, Stephanie has gained experience working with several chip design startup companies and VLSI technology, Inc. After the startup Mediamatics was acquired by National Semiconductor, Stephanie continued with National Semiconductor where her responsibilities included both chip design and low level programming. Working through multiple in house designed DSPs, Stephanie has rich experience and knowledge trade off between hardware and software implementations. Before joining Entanglement Technologies, Inc., Stephanie spent a decade as a DSP engineer at Dolby Laboratories. At Dolby, Stephanie developed her expertise in signal processing techniques and in translating designs developed by the Dolby research and development team from high level interpreted languages such as Matlab into high performance production code.