Meet, Reginald Wayne Clark, the creator of the Bio Protector System and the KR615 Germicidal Enclosure “UV Box”.
Dr. Clark is a senior scientist with extensive experience in high technology environments. He holds B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, and studied business management at the University of California, San Diego, CA. He was a founder of PurePulse Technologies, Inc., where he led the development of new sterilization and pasteurization technology using intense pulsed ultraviolet source technology. He also founded Novatron, Inc., where he has led the development of innovative intense UV technology for air sterilization.
Dr. Clark has made significant technical contributions in the fields of electrical engineering and plasma physics. He has extensive experience and expertise in intense ultraviolet source technology and the use of this technology for commercial, industrial, and DoD applications. Other areas of expertise include plasma physics, x-ray and neutron radiation physics and pulsed high power electrical systems.
NOVATRON, INC. 2000 – Present: President, CEO
MAXWELL TECHNOLOGIES, INC., SYSTEMS DIVISION – San Diego, CA 1998 – 2000: Vice President, Business Development, Vice President, Maxwell Europe
PUREPULSE TECHNOLOGIES, INC. – San Diego CA 1988 – 1998: President, Chief Operating Officer, Member, Board of Directors
MAXWELL LABORATORIES, INC. – San Diego, CA 1986 – 1988: Manager Business Development
LUCIDYNE, INC. (a subsidiary of Maxwell Labs) – San Diego, CA 1983 – 1986: Vice President, General Manager Vice President, Research and Engineering
MAXWELL LABORATORIES, INC. – San Diego, CA 1973 – 1983: Director, DoD Program Office Program Manager for Major R&D Programs Senior Staff Scientist
LOS ALAMOS SCIENTIFIC LABORATORIES – Los Alamos, NM 1973 Staff Member, Physics Division
CORNELL UNIVERSITY – Ithaca, NY and 1972
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS – Austin, TX (Joint Appointment) Research Scientist