COMPANY

THERMOBIONICS WAS FOUNDED IN 2014 TO DEVELOP WEARABLE COOLING PRODUCTS.  THE INITIAL FOCUS WAS ON MOTORCYCLE RIDERS.  

 

YEARS OF TESTING AND ANALYSIS HAVE LEAD TO A POWERFUL NEW BIONIC TECHNOLOGY - POLARON-DT — SUPERIOR, LIGHT WEIGHT, ACTIVE COOLING CLOTHING FOR A MULTITUDE OF USES. 

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TEAM

Terence Davidovits, Founder & CEO:  Terence has over 10 years experience at technology startups including A123 Systems and a Flagship Ventures backed biotech firm as well as experience leading large and small technical teams.  He started his career at Sandia National Labs and holds BS and MEng. degrees from Cornell.  He has designed and built everything from hybrid-electric cars to jewelry to numerous cooling systems in a variety of industries.  He has spent the last 5+ years studying, designing, building, testing and selling wearable cooling technology.  

Prof. Randall Erb, PhD, Scientific Advisor Materials:  Randy is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at Northeastern University where he runs the Directed Assembly of Particles and Suspensions (DAPS) Lab.  He is an expert in materials development who has successfully spun out companies from his lab.  He holds a PhD from Duke University and held a post-doc position at ETH-Zurich.  

Seth Davidovits, PhD, Chief of Computational Fluids & Physics:  Seth holds a PhD from Princeton where he is also currently a Post-Doc.  His primary research focus is the theory and simulation of fluids and plasmas. He has expertise in leveraging high-performance computing clusters for fluid simulations. He was chosen as a 2018 Frederick A. Howes Scholar in Computational Science, and his Ph.D. thesis was awarded the Marshall N. Rosenbluth Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award by the American Physical Society.