Jeffrey M. Kezerian - President and Founder
has over twenty-five years in engineering technology development, with expertise in simulations, modeling, design, analysis and prototype development.
Jeff has managed programs up to $120M, and project-engineered design and development efforts routinely above $500K.
Fully seasoned in the operational and project life cycle management throughout the conceptual and design phases of research and development, both defense and commercial, his
hands-on simulations fluency is comprised of tools in finite element analysis of non-linear dynamics, structural and vibration response, thermal modeling, and FEA optimization, as well as custom coding with today's analytical CAE tools.
Of Jeff's current engineering programs, he leads Simulations on the U.S. Navy NAVSEA Advanced Sabot System Design Phase II SBIR development effort.
This SBIR directly supports ONR's
electromagnetic railgun program.
This will be the the first composite sabot to be used on tactical projectiles launched from an railgun.
This effort utilizes the latest 3D composite fiber braiding and weaving technology.
An ongoing contract for Simulations
, is with the U.S. Army Research Laboratoty (ARL).
has collaborated with the Army developing customized FEA pre-processor codes that simulate and optimize the structural behavior and limitations of hypervelocity electromagnetically launched Integrated Launch Packages (ILP).