Bo currently serves as Chief Technology Officer after co-founding Epirus in 2018. Through years of experimentation and iteration, Bo co-invented Epirus SmartPower and the solid-state technologies being used today, including discovery of an exponential trend in Gallium Nitride and resonant properties that are key to Epirus’ products. Prior to Epirus, Bo spent 10 years at Raytheon, during which he was promoted to serve as Corporate Radio Frequency Technical Area Director. While at Raytheon, Bo won the President’s Award for innovation, filed over 70 U.S. and international patents and was a technical lead on the Next Generation Jammer program. Before Raytheon, Bo worked at IBM where he co-engineered the computing chips behind Watson that won Jeopardy!. He is a Graduate Fellow of the National Science Foundation and holds a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Bo also holds an Epirus board seat.