Electronic Polymers, Incorporated is a Commercialization Stage Company developing and manufacturing Polymer Diodes. Our experienced management team has built a $100M technology business in less than three years, has ten issued patents and 44 additional applications, and is currently raising capital to fund growth in Sales and Manufacturing.
Unlike current technology, Electronic Polymers Polymer Diodes do not produce harmonics at GHz frequencies, thereby allowing low capacitance and smooth reception across the entire high frequency bandwidth. The result is higher network capacity and data transfer rates.
|EPI Technology Overview|
|Embedding a Thin Polymer Voltage ESD Suppressing Core|
|Advancing Microelectronics March-April 2007 Article|
|Papers and Presentations|
|Cell Phone GaAs Power Amplifiers: ESD, TLP and PVS Devices||  Paper|
|ESD Protection of an RF Integrated Circuit by EmbeddingProtection in the IC Package Printed Circuit Board||  Paper/||Presentation|
|ESD Enhancement of Power Amplifier with Voltage Suppressor||  Paper|
|Transmission Line Pulse Test Methods, Test Techniques andCharacterization of Low Capacitance Voltage SuppressionDevices for System Level Electrostatic Discharge Compliance||  Paper/||Presentation|
The EPI-FLO Polymer Voltage Suppressor devices provide a shunt for electrostatic discharge, which protects sensitive electronic circuits from the damaging effects of over voltage and over current events.
EPI offers the world’s first affordable and easy to use Transmission Line Pulse (TLP) Tester. The IPL 7071 Test System facilitiates the design of superior products within IEC-1004-2, HBM, MM, and CDM ESD standards.
Karen is the visionary and driving force behind Electronic Polymers. A nationally-known expert in the field of polymeric materials with voltage regulating properties, she holds numerous patents related to ESD and has been featured in hundreds of research and media publications.
Manufacturing and ESD Product expert and former ESD Unit Manager at Diodes Inc., Member Group of Technical Staff at Texas Instruments and principal Engineer (Section Leader) at Philips Semiconductors (Now NXP) . Wolfgang holds numerous patents, is an accepted ESD industry leader, and technologist who drives adoption, ramps revenues, and finds the need in todays market and fills it.
A start-up veteran, Tom has held top level positions at Fico, First Principle, and NSB Postech. He is a proven Team Leader from the manufacturing floor, to finance, to product development and commercialization. A McKinsey veteran, Tom holds a Ph.D in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from Wharton.
Eric brings information to life through transformative pattern recognition and data visualization. Eric’s specialty is pattern recognition technologies as applied to computational biology, QC, text mining, and advanced algorithmic marketing with a career of innovative work as Principal Investigator of a DARPA funded defense program, Senior Principal Scientist at FICO, and Director of Bioinformatics and Pricipal Investigator at UC Davis.
As the finance leader of the organization, Andrew brings his expertise in fiscal responsibility to the organization with an equal track record of international product, revenue generation and innovation success.
Susann is a technology veteran with executive experience at Honeywell, Sun Microsystems, ROSS Technology and Pervasive Software. With over 25 years of success in the semiconductor space, Susann drives sales and channel execution for the company.
Andrew drives overall revenue generation strategy, go to market and client engagement activities for Electronic Polymers. He brings over 20 years of successful business development, project management, process engineering, finance, and investor fundraising experience to the organization.
Steven Voldman, PhD, IBM Harald Gossner, IESE Director, former Intl. Director Charvaka Duvvury, PhD, Texas Instruments Fellow David Pommerenke, PhD, University of Missouri-Rolla Michael Voellinger, CEO, Hudson Fender Group