Dr. Marcus Hultmark is an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University. His research interests include a variety of problems related to fluid mechanics, with focus on problems involving turbulence, such as heat and mass transfer as well as drag reduction and wind energy. A large portion of the research efforts involves development of instrumentation for improved flow measurements. He was awarded the Young Investigator Award from the US Air Force for hypersonic flow investigations in 2016.


Clay is the second co-founder of Tendo Technologies, with a focus on management and systems engineering. Clay serendipitously stumbled upon the EFV effect in his research endeavors. Through the encouragement and vision of Marcus, the precise design work of Yuyang, and the mathematical insights of Matt, he helped turn the research mistake into a product.


Yuyang is third co-founder of Tendo Technologies, with a focus on engineering designs and manufacturing processes. He is a graduate student at Princeton University, with thesis work on improved instrumentation for highly-resolved turbulent flow measurements using MEMS technology. Prior to joining Princeton, Yuyang worked on a number of interesting projects across different fields including vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT), DOE Solar Decathlon, organic polymer rechargeable batteries, and chemical conformations in liquid-crystal solvents.


Hailing from the great state of Virginia, Matt, the last co-founder of Tendo Technology, focuses on strategy and backend development. With a background in hydrodynamics, Matt has worked to develop reduced order models of the EFV sensor from advanced dynamical simulations.