Frank Jamerson, Ph.D.
B.S. Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ph.D. Physics, University of Notre Dame. 6 yrs. U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC, and Westinghouse Atomic Power Division, Bettis, PA, nuclear weapons and submarine nuclear reactor R&D.
35 yrs. General Motors Technical Center, Warren, MI.
18 yrs. Head of Physics and Electrochemistry Depts. GM Research Labs. Physics team invented Neodymium-Iron-Boron (Magnequench) magnets. Started Lithium battery and fuel cell programs in mid 80’s. GM Electric Vehicles Program, Asst. Program Manager for U.S. Advanced Battery Consortium. Retired from General Motors Corporation 1993. Consultant, 1995-2004 (President 1997-2000), RBC Technologies, College Station, Texas. Electric Battery Bicycle Company, Naples, FL & Harbor Springs, MI, 1993-present, publisher of EBWR.
Ed Benjamin 艾德·本杰明, USA citizen
University of Kentucky, BA Ed. 1982
Started USA bicycle business in 1969, focused on e-bikes in 1996.
Bicycle Retailer 1969 to 1996. Former Bicycle Racer, Official and Race Organizer.
Director of Business Development, Ultra Motor UK, Founder of CycleElectric International Consulting Group 1996 – 2006.
VP Light Electric Vehicles WaveCrest 2001-2004.
Currently Managing Director of eCycle Electric LLC, Fort Myers, FL.
Founder & Executive Director of Light Electric Vehicle Association (USA).
Speaker at IFMA, Taipei Cycle Show, LEV Conference, China Cycle Show, Taizhou Cycle Show, CABDA, Interbike, EV Symposium, Motor and Drives Conference, etc.
Languages: English, Mandarin