We are a team of professionals with a wide range of skills and experience in renewable energy technologies and entrepreneurship.

Adam Bennett


Adam joined E-Wave Technologies LLC after finishing his Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Columbia University. He has an engineering BS from Rutgers University. He has done experimental research in leading edge vortices on delta wing aircraft funded by the Aresty Research Foundation at Rutgers. In 2019 began experimental and numerical model work on a hybrid WEC and offshore wind turbine funded by Columbia University. This hybrid WEC was presented at the ECI Conference of Energy Harvesting from Infrastructure and Ocean Systems.

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Huiming Yin, PhD, PE


Dr. Yin is a Associate Professor of Columbia University. He is the direction of NSF IUCRC Center of Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems at Columbia Site. He has actively worked with Columbia Technology Ventures for commercialization of the applied research through small business companies and start-ups.

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Junhui Lou, PhD

Senior Engineer

Dr. Lou studied ocean wave energy for his PhD research at Oregon State University. After graduation, he joined in the NSF IUCRC Center of Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems at Columbia University as a Postdoctoral Research Scientists, where he conducted extensive market study of ocean wave energy.

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Richard Lewandowski

Entrepreneur in Residence

Mr. Lewandowski serves as a NYSERDA Entrepreneur in Residence (NEIR) helping early stage companies speed up their commercialization efforts by matching their needs (business and technical) with the region’s ecosystem and resources. He has over 25 years of business experience providing market and product development, program management and technology commercialization consulting services to startups, entrepreneurs, manufacturers and organizations around the world who are involved in distributed generation, energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.

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