Huntsville, Ala – January 25, 2016: CFD Research Corporation has announced the promotion of Sameer Singhal to Chief Operating Officer. In this new role, Mr. Singhal will be tasked with executing CFDRC’s mission of developing cutting edge technologies and delivering high value solutions for government and industry. In particular he will focus on further leveraging the rich R&D core of CFDRC and getting technology out of the lab and into the hands of end users. This includes CFDRC’s new Federal Services Division which places subject matter experts and their technologies in the hands of government customers. For deployment into commercial markets, CFDRC has formed an Innovation Accelerator to indentify and resource promising technologies. For example, recently CFDRC spun out SynVivo, Inc. to commercialize SynVivo® technology for personalized drug therapy for cancers and for accelerating drug development and discovery (www.synvivobio.com).
LTG (ret) Joe Cosumano, Pres/CEO said “As CFDRC continues to grow and expand its support of customers across the federal and commercial sectors, the need for a forward thinking COO with the experience such as Sameer’s is crucial to the sustainment of that momentum.”
Sameer Singhal has degrees in Materials Science and Engineering from Georgia Tech and Stanford University. He spent seven years at a semiconductor startup Nitronex Corporation where he helped develop an early stage technology through to product sales and eventual acquisition. He joined CFDRC in 2008 and has served in various roles, most recently as Vice President Biomedical and Energy Technologies where he managed the technical development and commercialization for a diverse technology portfolio. Mr. Singhal has over 30 publications in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings. Additionally he has six issued patents and an additional eight patents pending.
About CFD Research Corporation: Since its inception in 1987, CFDRC has worked with government agencies, businesses and academia to provide innovative solutions within the Aerospace & Defense, Biomedical & Life Sciences, and Energy & Materials industries. Over the years CFDRC has earned multiple national awards for successful application and commercialization of innovative component/system technology prototypes, multi-physics simulation software and multi-disciplinary analyses. Learn more at www.cfdrc.com.
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