Scott Pearson Chief Executive Officer & President

Scott joined Formetrix in late 2018, bringing over 25 years of experience leading technology based organizations in energy storage, uninterruptible power systems, fuel cells, electric transportation, electronics assembly equipment and materials, digital imaging, and defense systems industries. Previous to Formetrix, Mr. Pearson served as CEO & President of Aquion Energy and prior to that as Chairman & CEO of Protonex Technology Corporation. He holds an M.B.A. from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts.

Harald Lemke Chief Commercial Officer

Harald co-founded Formetrix and leads its commercial functions. He is an experienced leader in growing advanced materials businesses, including metals, ceramics, plastics and composites, into industrial markets such as oil & gas, energy, and automotive. Previously, Harald was Global Vice President of Materials Marketing at Sulzer-Metco. Prior to that at Kennametal, he held positions of COO & GM of a subsidiary and Business Development Manager. Harald received a Ph.D. in technical chemistry from RWTH Aachen University in Germany and an MBA from Rice University. He is often found with his son seeking for the perfect LEGO.

Jonathan Trenkle Vice President Research, Development & Operations

Jon drives the design, research, and development of novel and commercial ferrous alloys at Formetrix by leveraging his experience studying, researching, and practicing metallurgy for the past twenty plus years. Prior to joining Formetrix, he developed and commercialized novel alloys for coating technologies and served as a metallurgical consultant, providing product development expertise and process implementation support to clients that included Fortune 500 companies. He also was a post-doctoral associate at MIT in the Materials Science and Engineering Department where he researched phenomenon in nanocraystalline metals. He earned his Ph.D. and B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Johns Hopkins and Lehigh Universities, respectively.