Dr. Odile Clavier Principal Engineer
Odile leads a Creare business area centered on using innovative technologies to lower the cost of healthcare, while increasing access for a variety of populations. After joining Creare in 2003, she focused on hearing-related devices, eventually expanding to neurocognitive and mental health. Odile holds a PhD in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University. She enjoys traveling, swimming and spending time with her husband and three daughters in Plainfield, NH.
Jay Rozzi has been with Creare since 1999. He leads the Advanced Manufacturing business area at Creare, which has led to innovations in cryogenic machining, laser-assisted machining, and laser-assisted consolidation/curing of composites.
Jeff leads the development of a range of thermodynamic applications including portable power generation, organic Rankine cycle heat recovery, turbo-Brayton cryocoolers and other turbomachinery systems.
Odile leads a Creare business area centered on using innovative technologies to lower the cost of healthcare, while increasing access for a variety of populations.
Bob has extensive experience in control systems and sensors. Since joining Creare in 1994, Bob has led projects to develop miniature vacuum pumps, audio signal processing routines and digital noise reduction.
Patrick has spearheaded a wide variety projects in the fields of cryogenics, biomedical engineering, electronic devices, signal analysis and energy conversion systems.
Mike’s broad experience in heat and mass transfer includes the development of compact heat exchangers, innovative refrigeration systems, and space suit and spacecraft thermal control.
After joining Creare in 1995, Mark has focused his efforts on the development of advanced spaceflight hardware. He leads our turbo-Brayton cryogenic cooler business area.
Bruce has directed the Electronics R&D and Manufacturing Group at Creare for more than 20 years. Under his leadership, Creare has developed and delivered innovative new products for aircraft launch and recovery, electronic power systems and cryogenic control systems.