EMTensor is the leader in developing electromagnetic tomography (microwave) imaging devices—the safest and smallest of all tomographic modalities.
EMTensor is owned by its founders and backed by venture capitalists. To date, $20 million of private and public funds have been invested. Governmental agencies from the USA (National Institutes of Health), Switzerland, and Austria have financially supported development of this technology for many years.
EMTensor is based in Fremont, California, USA and Vienna, Austria. Its growing number of experienced engineers and support staff is currently 15.Learn more
To create a unique infrastructure based on compact devices, information-processing systems, and services that will be a breakthrough in brain diagnostics. We are shifting the paradigm from a reactive approach, in which treatment follows a delayed diagnosis, to a proactive and preventive approach, in which early diagnosis leads to early, successful treatment.
We are a multidisciplinary, international team of leading scientists, engineers, and clinicians specializing in the research and development of modern technologies for fast brain imaging and functional monitoring.
Stephen has designed and implemented patentable systems, with numerous awarded and pending patents to his name, and has over 20 years working on multi-computing based CT/MRI/3D Ultrasound, global satellite monitoring and ground equipment (especially interference mitigation), SIGINT/EW/COMINT/ELINT mobile (land/sea/air) and country level deployed solutions, RFID and Real Time Location Systems (RTLS) and systems engineering consultancy for novel RF system solutions.
Prior to EMTensor, he held leadership technology and business strategy positions at VT iDirect, Kratos Communications, Zebra Technologies, Harris Corporation, Leonardo DRS, Mercury Systems and Elettronica. Typical compound annual growth rates driven at all employers were sustained for 2-5 years and in excess of 100% in 3 years or less. This was achieved at scales from startup through $150M/yr direct revenue responsibility or $250M/yr indirect.
Stephen holds a PhD in Electromagnetics and RF Systems Design, with a Masters in Electromagnetics Propagation and a B Eng in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, all from the University of Birmingham, UK.
National Institute of Health (NIH),
Swiss AO foundation,
Carolinas HealthCare System,
Austria Wirtschaftsservice (AWS),
of successful research and development
publications and presentations in international conferences
received in investments
plus 13 pending patents