Joseph McCoy PEPresident/Program Manager/Co-Founder
Joseph McCoy is a Professional Engineer and the Co-Founder of WOLFZYC LLC. He finished his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Mechanical Engineering in 1981 from Syracuse University and went on to complete a master’s degree in Executive Leadership at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Mr. McCoy has founded 4 companies, including OmniMesh, Everis, etc., and served on the executive board of more than 7, culminating in over 30 years of experience in business and management. For his research, he has investigated DoD-funded cyber network security systems and aided in the development and implementation of a rural WISP model in 17 counties in upstate New York. Additionally, he has experience in bringing researched technology to market as exclusive commercialized products in the Commonwealth of Australia. Details
Yuchao Zhou, PhDPI/Technical Lead/Co-Founder
Dr. Yuchao Zhou, the Lead Researcher, Principal Investigator, and co-founder of WOLFZYC, has more than 7 years of programming experience in algorithm and machine learning development, 7 years of research experience in superconductors and superconductor simulation, and 5 years of experience in electronic control systems. Dr. Zhou started his research in superconductors when he was an undergraduate at the University of California, San Diego in 2013. After which, he was invited to the University of California, Riverside to continue his research in superconductors and control systems as a PhD student. Dr. Zhou has also participated in multiple SBIR projects and has provided technical support for small businesses. Dr Zhou is a team leader and undertook all aspects of entrepreneurship. He developed the mobile platform and successfully raised a capital investment for MA Trainer Inc. Details
Prof. Robert DynesAdvisor
Prof. Robert Dynes is a physicist and a professor at the University of California-San Diego (UCSD). Prof. Dynes started his research in semiconductors and superconductors in 1968 at AT&T Bell Laboratories during which he served as the department head of the physics of materials and the director of chemical physics research. He joined UCSD in 1990. With more than 50 years of research experience in superconductors, he is one of the leading experts in the fields. Additionally, he previously served as the 18th President of the University of California and the sixth chancellor of UCSD. He will bring his professional experience and advice in all aspects of research.
Stephen McCoy, PhDTechnical Advisor
Dr. Stephen McCoy has cumulative experience in materials growth and analysis, device design, microfabrication, and failure analysis. His research-oriented work started in failure analysis under Dr. James Lloyd at IBM in 2012, where he focused on time-dependent dielectric breakdown and electromigration. He subsequently earned a bachelor’s degree in materials science in 2014. Soon after, in pursuit of a PhD, he began work in applied superconductivity and thin film analysis at the University of California, Riverside. Currently Dr. Stephen McCoy is working as a DOC affiliate with the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST) in Boulder, Colorado under Dr. Sam Benz. In support of this project, Dr. McCoy offers the utilization of NIST’s world-class low temperature Nb nano fabrication process line as well as team support from the researchers residing within NIST, Boulder’s Physical Measurement Laboratory Division (PML).