Adam focuses on customer outreach, and also tests of ion source hardware and software components. He is the author of numerous scientific publications and inventor of several patents, including zeroK’s core technology. He holds a B.S. in physics and computer science from Carnegie-Mellon University (2002) and a PhD in physics from Georgia Tech (2008).
Brenton specializes in the design and fabrication of ion source components and simulation of ion optical systems. He has authored multiple technical papers and holds patents for inventions central to zeroK’s technology. He received a BS in Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics from Loyola University Chicago (2003) and a PhD in Applied Physics from the University of Michigan (2009).
Andrew Schwarzkopf is a PhD physicist with a specialty in experimental atomic physics. He has provided valuable support for zeroK's ion source development since 2014.