Kymeta’s VP and Chief Scientist Joins Forbes Technology Council
Ryan Stevenson, Ph.D., a founding member of the Kymeta organization, was selected for the council based on his deep knowledge and diverse experience in the industry
Ryan Stevenson, Ph.D., Vice President and Chief Scientist at Kymeta, has been accepted into the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community comprised of top-tier technology executives from exceptional companies around the world.
Members of the Forbes elite business communities are reviewed and selected by a committee based on their depth and diversity of experience and have the exclusive ability to publish their expert insights on Forbes.com.
Dr. Ryan Stevenson is a founding member of the Kymeta organization and through his work at Intellectual Ventures, helped spin out and create Kymeta in 2012. The company’s distinctive technology is based upon scientific discoveries in the field of metamaterials and has been harnessed into a world-class flat-panel electronically steered antenna utilized today globally by defense, government, public safety, and commercial users.
“The satellite communications market is projected to grow exponentially over the next decade,” said Dr. Stevenson. “Kymeta’s disruptive technology is at the forefront of innovation in this space and I look forward to sharing my expertise with the community as we help transform the industry and open up a world of constant connectivity.”
Ryan brings an extensive background in RF/microwave engineering, photonics, and semiconductor manufacturing to his role at Kymeta and leads Research & Development and Intellectual Property for the corporation. He holds a B.S. in Biomedical and Electrical Engineering, an M.S. in Electrical Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California.
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