Viamorph, Inc., a Utah corporation, was founded in November 2004. The company has developed several innovative smart reconfigurable antennas to meet varying requirements for military and commercial customers. Viamorph team members have strong expertise in antennas, RF/analog, DSP, and software engineering. The company offers consulting engineering, precompliance test and measurement, and custom product development services nationwide.
The company is headquartered in Moab, Utah, with additional engineering support located in State College, PA.
Dr. Ross is an expert in applied electromagnetics and specializes in computer analysis and design of antennas. He has been a leader in advancing the science and business aspects of smart reconfigurable antenna technology since 1998. He has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University, and Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Electrical Engineering from West Virginia University. John has been a consulting engineer since 1997. His clients have included small and medium sized businessses, Fortune 100 companies, government agencies and the US military. He has been awarded five US patents and he has co-authored numerous peer reviewed journal articles and conference papers. Dr. Ross is licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Utah, a member of the Natonal Society of Professional Engineers, a member of the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society, and a Senior Member of IEEE.
Mr. Young has an extensive background in hardware, software and systems design and integration, including analog RF/digital electronics, Mixed Signal, Software, Firmware, and communications product design. He has directed development teams throughout his career at companies such as HRB Systems, (Raytheon), and Westinghouse Electric. David has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University. He has been a key contributer to the Viamorph team since 2005.
Mr. Williams is a green energy entrepreneur. Most recently Mr. Williams was President of Gridlogix, a software company focused on energy and building integration. In October 2007, Gridlogix was successfully sold to Johnson Controls. Previously, Mr. Williams was a director with Boeing Ventures and founder of the Chairman’s Innovation Initiative, where he led The Boeing Company's efforts to develop an internal incubator focused on new venture growth opportunities. In that role he oversaw the review of more than 1000 new business opportunities and led development of several spin-offs, licensing transactions and new internal businesses. Prior to this position, Mr. Williams led Boeing's technology planning process, which covers all aspects of technology adoption at The Boeing Company. Prior to the Boeing and McDonnell Douglas merger, Mr. Williams led several successful engineering and manufacturing activities at McDonnell Douglas involving design for manufacturing, process development, and product development. Through his affiliation with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology he has been involved in several other entrepreneurial activities, including the MIT 50K competition and the founding of the MIT Entrepreneurship Society. He is the past president and founder of the MIT Corporate Venturing Consortium. Mr. Williams serves on the boards of Procelerate, Viamorph, and First Choice Courier. He is on the board of advisors of Anzode. He is a past member of the board of Appistry (previously known as Tsunami Research). He has an MBA from the MIT Sloan School and a Bachelors of Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Mr. Williams began his association with the Viamorph team in 2004 when it was recognized as part of the Boeing Chariman's Innovation Initiative.
Last updated July 23, 2014