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MicroGen Systems, LLC

Address: Cornell Business & Technology Park, 95 Brown Rd., Suite 129, Mailstop 1014, Ithaca, NY 14850-1297
URL: www.microgensystems.com

MicroGen Systems has developed a patent-pending MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) based Piezoelectric Vibrational Energy Harvester (PZEH). MicroGen's BOLT(TM) power generator is intended to provide an alternate power source to the battery for low-power electronics and wireless sensor network (WSN) applications. The BOLT product produce voltages >5 Volts and power >200 uWatts at 60/120Hz +/- 5 Hz and 1g acceleration with greater than 20 year reliability. Our products are integrated with electronics, and thin-film batteries and/or ultra-capacitors for power storage.

Robert G. Andosca

Position: Co-founder, COO and CTO
URL: http://www.linkedin.com/in/randosca
E-Mail: randosca [AT] microgensystems.com
Telephone: 6174471876

Biography
Robert Andosca is MicroGen's Co-founder, COO and CTO. Robert and Dr. Junru Wu are the inventors of MicroGen's original key patent filed (3 pending). Robert has 20+ years experience, where he has held positions in operations and engineering management, and senior-level semiconductor and MEMS scientist and engineering positions. The companies include start-ups (e.g. Lilliputian Systems; www.lilliputiansystemsinc.com) to mid-size companies (e.g. Clare Corporation; www.clare.com) to large corporations (e.g. Lockheed Martin; www.lockheedmartin.com and Corning; www.corning.com). Robert is Ph.D. A.B.D. in Materials Science (interdisciplinary: Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, and Physics) at UVM (2011). He holds a MS in Materials Science from UVM, BS degrees in Physics and Mathematics from USNH Keene State.


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