Francesco Pompei

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Francesco "Frank" Pompei is the founder and chief executive officer of Exergen Corporation. Pompei earned BS and MS mechanical engineering degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.[1][2][3] He also earned an MS and PhD from Harvard University.[1] In addition to his work with Exergen, Pompei holds an appointment as Research scholar in the Dept. of Physics at Harvard.[1] Pompei created the technology that led to the invention of Exergen's temporal scanner[clarification needed] while working as a researcher at Harvard [4] and he holds 60 patents [1][2][3] in "non-invasive thermometry for medical and industrial applications."[1]


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  1. ^ a b c d e “Virtual Classroom ensures cost savings, waste reduction, and enhanced patient care by training and supporting millions of caregivers in new thermometry technology. So exactly how does it work?” EMH Executive Healthcare (Issue 12). [1] Retrieved February 08, 2011
  2. ^ a b Allyson Every, “Father and Son Tackle Heat, Sound: Two entrepreneurs in one family find success in the business world” Technology Review (June 2005). [2] Retrieved on February 02, 2011.
  3. ^ a b "Father, Son Tackle Heat, Sound." MIT Alumni Association News and Views. [3] Retrieved on February 09, 2011.
  4. ^ Julie M. Donnely. “Fever pitch: Thermometer maker eyes expansion.” Boston Business Journal. [4] Retrieved on February 05, 2011.