(New York City, March 25, 2020) – Space & Satellite Professionals International (SSPI) today announced that Isotropic Systems Co-Founder and CTO Jeremy Turpin will join the SSPI Board for his first full term, pending an election by the membership in June. Jeremy is a member of the 2019 “20 Under 35” (www.20under35.com) cohort of outstanding space and satellite employees and entrepreneurs under the age of 35.

“Jeremy came to our attention through nomination for our 20 Under 35 talent recognition program,” said executive director Robert Bell. “He is an extraordinary talent who is just beginning to make his mark on the industry. Attending our March Board meeting, he was welcomed enthusiastically by Chair David Meyers of Peraton, President Thomas Van Den Driessche of ST Engineering iDirect, and the entire Board.” 

Jeremy Turpin received his Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. While at Penn State, he focused on cutting-edge topics in electromagnetics, including transformation optics, metamaterials, and their application to high-efficiency, manufacturable antennas with capabilities not achievable using conventional methods. He was a co-founder and president at E x H, Inc., an electromagnetics software development firm, based on technology developed during his doctoral studies. Now the lead of technology development and innovation as the CTO and Co-Founder of Isotropic Systems, Ltd., Jeremiah Turpin is leading the technical development of a new class of phased array antennas for use in SATCOM communications and beyond. Isotropic Systems recently announced a new developmental phase of its collaborative partnership with SES to produce scalable, cost-effective multi-beam customer edge terminal antennas capable of unlocking access to the groundbreaking O3b mPOWER system. Click here to read more about Jeremy.


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Victoria Krisman
Communications Manager
Space & Satellite Professionals International
vkrisman@sspi.org