Rebound's Team Is Colorado Based And Passionate
Kevin Davis, the CEO and Co-Founder, leads all financial, legal, communication and commercialization efforts. He has raised over $2.5M in non-dilutive funding for Rebound. Previously, Kevin managed DOE and ARPA-E funds/projects with Abengoa Solar. He received his BS in Economics before taking on the challenge of an ME in Mechanical Engineering.
Russell Muren, the CTO and Co-Founder, is an experienced thermal engineer and inventor driven to solve complex energy problems through smarter systems engineering. With 5 issued patents and more pending, a host of technical publications, and millions of dollars in non-dilutive funding raised, he brings significant technical experience to the team. He received his BS from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and his MS from UC Berkeley, both in Mechanical Engineering. Russell is the inventor of IcePoint™.
Luke Erickson, the lead product engineer for IcePoint™, likes to imagine how great the future could be and then figure out how to make that happen. He earned a BA in Chemical Physics from Hendrix College, has a ton of engineering graduate degree credits, but keeps getting pulled back into industry. He's just that valuable. Pre-Rebound, he researched climate change drivers before realizing it was more fun to do something about it, switching to biofuels and thermal energy storage systems.
Jack Darrah, a product engineer for IcePoint™, is a philosopher turned engineer who spent his first few years with Rebound developing SunChill™ in Mozambique. Now that Jack is back in the United States, he has joined the IcePoint™ effort. Jack has a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University and, prior to his graduate education, spent two years in Tanzania with the Peace Corps.
Josh Nelson, a product engineer for IcePoint™, enjoys working on and designing mechanical systems that have a positive impact on the planet. He has worked with and researched sustainable energy technologies such as piezoelectric generation and electric vehicles. He earned a B.A. in English and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Purdue University.
Fiona Majeau, a current graduate student at Stanford University, is Rebound's first summer intern. She attended Stanford for her BS, studying Mechanical Engineering, before continuing on for an MS in Energy Systems. She started off as an Environmental Engineering major with the hopes of improving the way we use energy. When she realized that Mechanical Engineers are the ones who get to design the cool systems, she promptly switched paths. She gets excited about energy efficiency, teams, and mountains.
Rebound is leveraging non-dillutive grants for early stage funding. This approach provides the freedom to build technology from the ground up; fully optimized for today's refrigeration challenges.
We are really good at thermodynamics, but understanding complex markets, manufacturing, and the developing world has taken a lot of help and our supporters have been generous with their time and effort.
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