G. Parfitt PhD
PhD (Biochemistry), University of London, UK.
Institute for Residential Innovation, Inc. (IResI), USA
Chairman and acting GEO
Andrew has held a number of biomedical research positions and served
on both civilian and miltary scientific review panels. He has also
studied certain classical Asian ontologies, their portrayal of health
and disease, and their therapeutic practices.
passion for sanitation was unexpected but it provided the impetus
for more than 8 years of developmental work, culminating in 2011
with the creation of IResI and an award
from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges
last 40 years:
Post-doc, NIH (Bethesda,
MD) - pineal gland function.
AFRRI (Bethesda, MD) - pineal cell electrophysiology.
NY State Dept.
of Health (Albany) - circadian system as toxicity screen.
Institute (Columbia, MD) - study of Chinese medicine.
Silver Spring (MD)
-- establishes acupuncture practice.
NIH - optical analysis
of cell vesicle dynamics.
era -- gestation of concept for a new system.
IResI founded --
supported by Phase I grant from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
M. Sammes PhD MBA FIMMM CEng
PhD and MBA, Imperial College, University of London, UK.
of Science and Technology (POSTECH), South Korea.
Professor of Chemical Engineering
for Residential Innovation, Inc. (IResI), USA
Senior Consultant for Fuel Cell Technology.
Senior Research Scientist at ICI Chemicals and Polymers (UK)
-- headed group developing
novel materials for electrochemical applications.
University of Waikato
(NZ) -- founded, and was the first Professor of the
Materials and Process Engineering Department, with special responsibilty
for the solid oxide fuel cells unit.
USA) -- Director of Fuel Cell Development and founder of the solid
oxide fuel cell commercialization program.
UTC Chair Professor
of Fuel Cell Technology, and Professor of Mechanical Engineering
at the University of Connecticut (USA) -- first director of the
university?s Connecticut Global Fuel Cell Center, now renamed the
Center for Clean Energy Engineering (C2E2).
H.F. Coors Distinguished
Professor in Ceramic Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines
Korea) -- Professor of Chemical Engineering, and the first tenured
Sammes is a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining
(UK), a Chartered Engineer, and a member of several other professional
institutions; has been the recipient of a JSPS Fellowship, a Humboldt
Fellowship, and a University of Connecticut medal; and has published
over 300 papers, patents, and book chapters, and authored a textbook
on Ionic Materials.
(Bibliography available on request)
is the Editor-in-chief of the ASME Journal of Fuel Cell Science
and Technology, and serves on the editorial boards of Fuel Cells:
From Fundamentals to Systems, and the International Journal of Hydrogen