Steven Van Fleet
Steven Van Fleet has been President of MAST since 2008 and a director of Micromem since 2002. He is a 1976 graduate of Miami University with a BSc. in Applied Science and held several technical position in the pulp and paper industry including Reed Paper, MacMillan Bloedel, Weyerhaeuser, Boise Cascade and International Paper. While at International paper, he managed the corporate research and development group responsible for applying emerging technology to business issues. Mr. Van Fleet was one of the founding board of director for the MIT Auto ID group that was charged with creation of the Internet of Things and the emergence of a global standard for the application of RFID. He held business development positions with Sentrol Systems, a supplier of paper machine quality systems and the R&V Group, a startup RFID manufacturing company. For six years he was the owner of a company that served IBM with a focus on semiconductor clean room tool analytics and automation.
Brian Von Herzen, Ph.D.
Chief Technical Officer
Dr. Brian Von Herzen is a graduate of Caltech and Princeton and a recipient of the Hertz Foundation Fellowship, with extensive experience in the design and development of electronic systems from smart phone applications to high frequency correlating spectrometers. Dr. Von Herzen currently serves on the board of directors of the Climate Foundation, Micromem Technologies and Bright Energy Storage Technologies, LLP and is the Chief Executive Officer at Rapid Prototypes, a company providing turnkey electronic product design services.
Chief Executive Officer, Micromem Technologies, Inc.
Joseph Fuda has been President, CEO and a Director of Micromem since February, 2002. Before leading Micromem, Mr. Fuda was involved in the investment banking industry and was a principal shareholder, director and Vice-President with EFI Capital, a Toronto-based financial services firm sold in 2003. EFI had offices across Canada and owned and operated insurance, brokerage and trust services.
Chief Financial Officer, Micromem Technologies, Inc.
Dan Amadori has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services sector. After graduating with a B.Comm from McGill in 1972, an MBA from Ivey Business School in 1974, he joined Arthur Andersen & Co. He qualified as a CA in 1976 and spent 12 years in public practice. In 1986 Mr. Amadori assumed the position of President of a privately held communications business. In 1988 Mr. Amadori founded Lamerac Financial Corp, a corporate finance and mergers & acquisitions firm. He has successfully concluded numerous transactions in different industry sectors across North America. Mr. Amadori has served as CFO of a number of public and private companies over the past decade and currently serves as an officer or a director of several other public and private companies.