Transient Plasma Systems (TPS) is proud to announce that The Stevens Center for Innovation at the University of Southern California (USC) recognized Dr(s). Gundersen & Sanders at an event hosted for USC faculty and researchers whose technology was licensed or who were named on an issued U.S. patent in calendar 2018.
Dr. Gundersen holds the Lloyd F. Hunt Chair in Electrical Power Engineering and is a Professor of Electrical Engineering-Electrophysics, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, and the department Physics and Astronomy and a Founder & Board Member of TPS. Dr. Sanders, is part-time faculty at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, Founder & Chief Scientist TPS. Both were both honored for their achievements in Pulsed Power Technologies.
“This is indeed a great honor and recognition. We are proud of their achievements and their contributions to the success of TPS” said Dr. Dan Singleton, CEO Transient Plasma Systems (TPS).