James Mater

James Mater founded and has held several executive positions at QualityLogic, Inc. from June 1994 to present. He is currently Co-Founder and Director working on QualityLogic's Smart Grid strategy including work with GWAC, the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project, Smart Grid Oregon, SGIP Test and Certification Committee, UCA’s OpenSG Conformity Work Group, the Transactive Energy Work Group and giving papers and presentations on interoperability. From 2001 to October, 2008, James oversaw the company as President and CEO. From 1994 to 2001 he founded and built Revision Labs which was merged with Genoa Technologies in 2000 to become QualityLogic. Prior to QualityLogic, James held Product Management roles at Tektronix, Floating Point Systems, Sidereal and Solar Division of International Harvester. He is a graduate of Reed College and Wharton School, Univ of Penn