SensorBit Personnel

Klaus Dimmler
Klaus Dimmler (President & CEO): Mr. Dimmler has extensive experience in semiconductor product development and design at companies including Bell Laboratories, Motorola, Lattice Semiconductor, Inmos, Cypress Semiconductor, Ramtron and Simtek. He has served as Founder, President and CTO of several start-up ventures. His most recent start-up was OrganicID, which developed RFIDs based on organic semiconductor technology. OrganicID was acquired by the Weyerhaeuser Company. He has a MSEE from Cornell University. Contact: klaus@sensorbit.com

Ananth Dodabalapur Dr. Ananth Dodabalapur of University of Texas at Austin (President & Chief Scientist): Ananth Dodabalapur received his bachelors degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (Chennai) in 1985, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin in 1987 and 1990 respectively. Between 1990 and 2001 he was with Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ. Since 1992 he has investigated various aspects of the physics and technology of organic and polymer semiconductor devices. He has published over 150 articles in refereed journals and has more about 30 US patents issued or pending office action. He has also given more than 100 plenary and invited talks. His research, on organic transistor circuits has been cited as one of the top 10 scientific breakthroughs for 2000 by Science Magazine. His research has received more than 10,000 citations. He is a co-recipient of the 2002 National award for team innovation of the American Chemical Society, and a co-recipient of an R&D 100 award for 2001. Since September 2001, he is with The University of Texas at Austin and is the Ashley H Priddy Centennial Professorship in Engineering, and also holds the June and Gene Gillis Endowed Faculty Fellowship. In 2003, he co-founded OrganicID, a company that is investigating using printable polymer electronics to fabricate low-cost RFID tags for the 13.56 MHz frequency, which was acquired by Weyerhaeuser in 2006. His present research includes organic transistors, photovoltaics, nano-scale organic devices, chemical and biological sensors, and organic-based circuits. He is also a visiting professor with IMRE, Singapore (2005-). In 2010 he co-founded Sensorbit systems a startup company in the sensor space and is currently serving as President. He serves on several advisory boards of research centers around the world. Contact: ananth@sensorbit.com

Tom Moss

Dr. Tom Moss (CTO): Dr. Moss has considerable experience in process engineering and process development with both traditional semiconductor manufacturing and organic semiconductor development, coming from time spent at the Los Alamos National Laboratories, Atmel Corporation, and most recently OrganicID. His publication and patent history covers unique electrical devices and fundamental processing improvements. Dr. Moss has also served as an Honorarium Professor in the Electrical Engineering School at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. Contact: tom@sensorbit.com

Alan DeVilbiss (Design Engineering): Alan has been involved in a variety of semiconductor technologies, including analog circuit designs based on organic semiconductors, ferroelectric memory design, RFID technologies, pulse generator chip designs, and high speed memory design. He has worked at a number of innovative start-up companies such as OrganicID, Celis Semiconductor, and Symetrix Corporation. Alan received a Bachelor of Science in Physics from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Contact: alan@sensorbit.com

Murray Arenson (Business Development): Mr. Arenson is a managing director for BGB securities.  He has covered the Media, Broadband, and Telecommunications Industries for fifteen years.  His track record includes recognition by the Wall Street Journal as the Number One analyst in the Cable and Entertainment industry and as a Home-Run Hitter. Mr. Arenson was previously an analyst with Janco Partners; Ferris, Baker Watts; Morgan Keegan; Hoak Breedlove Wesneski; and Rauscher Pierce Refsnes. Mr. Arenson received an M.B.A. from Southern Methodist University and a B.A. from Washington University. Contact: murray@sensorbit.com

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