GoodLux Technology | Creators of SunSprite
Ed Likovich, Ph.D. | CEO
Ed’s background spans both business and technology. Prior to joining GoodLux Technology, he developed bond trading algorithms at JPMorgan. He holds a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard, where he wrote a dissertation on novel methods of light emission and collection in semiconductors. He's also the biggest Steelers fan in Patriots territory, but he usually keeps his Terrible Towel at home.
Kasey Russell, Ph.D. | Co-founder & CTO
Prior to joining GoodLux Technology, Kasey was a staff research scientist at Harvard. Like Ed, Kasey has a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard (they met working in the same lab). He has authored more than 30 scientific papers on semiconductor electronics, nano-photonics, and plasmonics. When he's not working, Kasey likes to be outside rock climbing (in the sun, of course).
Steff Kelsey | Principal Software Engineer
Steff has developed software for giant multinational media corporations. He thinks animating things with code is the most fun you can have with electricity. When he's not sitting in front of the computer, Steff cooks elaborate meals (two words: meat science) and teaches the dog to do tricks.
Richard Schwartz, M.D. | Co-founder
Richard is a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, author, and award-winning teacher. He is also an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Part-Time at Harvard Medical School and a Senior Consultant in the Massachusetts General Hospital–McLean Hospital Psychiatry Residency Program. He is married to Jacquie Olds. Richard plays acoustic blues guitar and Renaissance lute. Now that he is so aware of sunlight, he's more likely to be playing out on the porch.
Jacqueline Olds, M.D. | Co-founder
Jacquie is a child and adult psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, author, and award-winning teacher. She is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Part-Time at Harvard Medical School and is on the Faculty of the Massachusetts General Hospital–McLean Hospital Psychiatry Residency Program. She is married to Richard Schwartz. Together, they have written three books about marriage, loneliness, and social connections.
Tom Hayes, J.D. | Co-founder
Tom is a Lecturer on Physics at Harvard University, where he has taught the course "Laboratory Electronics" for over 30 years. He is co-author, with Paul Horowitz, of the forthcoming Learning the Art of Electronics: a Hands-On Course (Cambridge University Press, 2014). Prior to his electronics career, Tom worked as a corporate lawyer on Wall Street.