Founded 3 companies
Raised $50M from VC
Founder of E15 VC
Phil is an engineer, designer, and serial entrepreneur turned investor. Phil began his career designing concept vehicles with famed architect Frank Gehry at the MIT Media Lab. He was a founding member of the Smart Cities group, designing the MIT City Car which won the Times invention of the year award. Phil started Snif Labs which was licensed to Mattel. He founded General Sensing which developed sensors for healthcare systems, working closely with the World Health Organization. Phil founded Noon Home, where he success-fully raised over $50M from David Bonderman, Lux Capital, Shasta Ventures, Data Collective and Dolby Ventures. In 2017, Phil moved into Venture Capital, founding E15VC. Phil has also been an investor in SpaceX since 2014. Phil holds a Master of Science degree from the MIT Media Laboratory.
Partner and CEO
Generated over $3B in returns for CPPIB and Blackstone
Over 25 years of investment experience
Hailing from Hawaii, Ted was previously MD for the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board and Blackstone where he generated over $3B In returns for the pension fund. Ted holds a BS from NYU.
Hardware and Software Engineer
Product Development specialist from Prototype to Production
Advised Multiple Startups on both Hardware and Software design
Shrikant is a hardware and software engineer specializing in rapid prototyping and design‐to‐manufacture/design‐to‐production. He has been involved in all processes from idea to manufacturing production lines and is uniquely placed to perform diligence on any technology. Shrikant is now actively involved in advising portfolio companies on technology processes as well as helping them directly with both Hardware and Software needs. Prior to joining E15, he has been employed in a number of startups with roles in both Hardware and Software. He also co‐founded Library@Home, a thriving family business in India providing a Netflix‐like online library for physical books. Shrikant holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronic Engineering from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Dr. Eric Leuthardt
Neurosurgeon and Professor
Developed one of the first Brain-Computer Interfaces
Dr. Leuthardt is a neurosurgeon who is currently a professor with the Departments of Neurological Surgery, Neuroscience, Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Material Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. He is Director of the Center for Innovation in Neuroscience and Technology and the Brain Laser Center at the Washington University in St. Louis. His work in the field of neuroprosthetics and neurosurgical devices has yielded him numerous accolades as a scientist, a neurosurgeon, and an inventor. He was given one of the highest acknowledgments in his field by being presented with the Annual Award of the American Academy of Neurological Surgery in Berlin, Germany. On a national level, he was named one of the Top Young Innovators by MIT’s magazine Technology Review. Dr. Leuthardt uses an integrated approach by employing multiple domains of expertise ranging from biomedical engineering, clinical neurosurgery, mathematical modelling, complex signal analysis, and computer programming. In addition to numerous peer reviewed publications, he has over 1500 patents on file with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.