|Dr. Jean-Claude Sureau, President
Dr. Sureau is the President and CEO of Radant MEMS, Inc. Under his leadership Radant MEMS was founded. He has more than 43 years of experience in technology and defense industries.
In addition, Dr. Sureau has been CEO and president of Radant Technologies Inc. since 1981, during which time Radant Technologies has become a leading manufacturer of advanced Radomes and related electromagnetic devices. Prior to that, Dr. Sureau held leading senior scientific positions at a number of companies including MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Grumman Aerospace, and Wheeler Laboratories/Bell Telephone
Dr. Sureau is the author of the chapter on "Microwave beacon Antennas" in the second edition of the Antenna Engineering Handbook, (R.C. Johnson, Editor) and contributed to "Significant Phased Array Papers" (R. C. Hansen, Editor) and "Phased Array Antennas" (Oliner and Knittel, Editors).
Dr. Sureau received his formal education at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn from which he holds a BS, MS, and Ph.D. in Electromagnetics.
Dr. John Maciel, Vice President and COO
Dr. Maciel is the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Radant MEMS, Inc. He has more than 20 years of experience in technology and defense related RF, Microwave and Millimeter-Wave industries.
Dr. Maciel manages the MEMS switch development effort at Radant MEMS Inc. as well as its daily operations. Prior to that position, Dr. Maciel was responsible for identifying and selecting MEMS switch technology for the AFRL ESA effort at Radant Technologies Inc., where he continues to be the principal investigator and program manager for the Lightweight MEMS Radant Lens Electronically Steerable Antenna (ESA) for DARPA (Phase I and II) and AFRL (Phase III) founded programs as well as the DARPA RF MEMS Improvement Program. This is the first large scale use of MEMS switches in ESA in the world.
Prior to joining Radant Technologies, Dr. Maciel spent 13 years at Raytheon Company Missile Systems Division and Raytheon Electronic Systems Laboratories including 5 years as a Raytheon Graduate Scholar. While at Raytheon, he was program manager and lead engineer for several antenna and radome technology development programs.
Dr. Maciel is the author of several refereed conference presentations and journal papers on RF-MEMS and high-frequency electromagnetic wave propagation.
Dr. Maciel received his Ph.D. and MS. in Electrical Engineering, from the Polytechnic University of New York (formerly Brooklyn Poly), and a BSEE degree from Northeastern University, Boston, MA.