Glen Stevick, Ph.D., P.E.,


Dr. Stevick received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley in 1993. Dr. Stevick has 25 years of experience in numerical analysis, product design, and managing engineering teams developing software and hardware systems. He has consulted on pipeline engineering for Chevron, Conneco, and other major oil and gas corporations.

He is also founder and president of Berkeley Engineering And Research, Inc., (BEAR) where he has established an 18 year history of providing unique and rapid mechanical/electrical engineering problem-solving, design and prototyping through numerical and analytical modeling, simulation and testing. Design projects have included pipeline safety analysis, laser scanning systems, scan cloud analysis software, flow control devices for dry spray paper de-acidification and more. These programs were funded by Pacific Gas & Electric, the Welding Research Council, Chevron Corporation and Mitsubishi Corporation among others.

Jay R. Singer, Ph.D.,


From 1965 to 1986 he was Professor of Engineering Science at the University of California, Berkeley. He is one of the inventors of medical MRI, and of measuring and monitoring pipeline corrosion and deterioration. He has developed systems for monitoring pipelines, Infra-Red Imaging systems, and invented methods of measuring blood flow combined with MRI. He was founder and co-founder of several companies including UNISOFT Corporation which provides UNIX based software provided for workstation computer manufacturers, DIGITAL ELECTRONICS Corporation, and ALPHA SCIENTIFIC Corporation.

Dr. Singer has consulted to Chevron on monitoring oil pipelines for corrosion and deterioration. He has also been a consultant to Lockheed Aerospace Research Laboratories, the National Institutes of Health, Wang NMR Corporation, and the U.S. Army Night Vision R&D Laboratory among others. He has published more than 100 scientific publications and three books, Quantum Electronics, Masers, and Treatise on Anti-Ferromagnetism.

Dr. Singer holds 23 patents, and has several patents pending on pipeline monitoring systems.

David Rondinone, Ph.D., P.E.,


Dr. Rondinone received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley in 2002. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in the state of CA. Dr. Rondinone has over 10 years of experience in three-dimensional mechanical analysis, data acquisition, and software and prototype development, including finite element, static and dynamic structural analysis, and three-dimensional mapping. He has directed research in pipeline corrosion and deterioration measurement and monitoring.