As Omnitron’s head of business development, Curtis cultivates relationships with employees, customers and advisors who are driven to change the world through life-enhancing technology.
Considered one of the early thought leaders in MEMS technology, Curtis’ expansive career includes developing and selling a MEMS foundry, and launching MEMS sensors, micro-opto-electromechanical (MOEMS) mirrors, and multiwavelength optical transceivers to commercial markets.
With 31 patents in MEMS, and four companies built and sold under his belt, Curtis possesses that unique combination of technical excellence and business acumen that is vital to a startup’s success.
Curtis holds an MBA from Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley and a BSME from Purdue University. In his free time (before Omnitron), he advised other entrepreneurs, and coached both robotics and sports teams.