President and CEO
Jeffrey Spiegelman has worked in the semiconductor industry since 1986. In 1990 he founded Aeronex, which was named one of Inc. Magazine's Top 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies and was awarded the prestigious University of California's Connect award for Most Innovative New Product in 2002. After selling the company to Entegris, Spiegelman founded RASIRC to address generation and delivery of new chemistries, with an initial focus on steam and pure condensate.
Spiegelman has a BS in bioengineering, an MS in Applied Mechanics from University of California at San Diego, and holds over 50 international patents and publications.
Dan Alvarez, Ph.D.
Chief Technology Officer
Daniel Alvarez is responsible for the strategic technology roadmap for RASIRC, including identifying opportunities and planning for risk and growth.
Alvarez earned a Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry from Indiana University, holds 18 US Patents and has written more than 20 technical and scientific publications. Alvarez has worked in a variety of technology companies, including 3M Corporation, Aeronex and Mykrolis Corporation. He has also worked as a Fellow at California Institute of Technology and a Chemistry Instructor at Community Colleges.