Ryan Tseng

Ryan tseng

CEO, Co-Founder

Ryan created numerous technologies that launched the magnetic resonance wireless power industry. Technologies he and his teams created formed the cornerstone of the Rezence (now Airfuel) wireless charging standard that has been adopted by over 200 companies including market leaders Samsung, Intel, Qualcomm, and Verizon. After developing the core technology, Ryan led the development of a product based on that technology which was recognized by TIME magazine as a Top Ten Product of 2014, alongside the Tesla Model S, iPhone 6, and Oculus Rift. He started his work on wireless charging as the Founder, CEO, and CTO of WiPower, a company that was acquired by Qualcomm. Ryan has 15 patents pending or issued. Ryan earned his MBA from MIT. He graduated from University of Florida with his BSEE, summa cum laude, 2nd in his class.