Entrepreneurs with a half-century of success in bringing products to market
Solution providers for our government and corporate partners from initial concept to deployed system
Innovative engineers, technicians, and machinists who collaborate to create revolutionary solutions
A diverse set of results-driven technology leaders ready to tackle the next challenge
INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Combining judgment and sophisticated analytical and experimental methods, we have a reputation for skill and creativity in the development of value-added technologies to solve the most challenging problems for our customers.
For over 50 years, world-class engineers and staff have collaborated to solve problems and bring ideas from the drawing board to real-life use. Our efforts have resulted in new companies that dominate their market segment to solutions that have enabled the exploration of space and efficient manufacture of critical defense systems. You can depend on Creare's proven ability to innovate to deliver the competitive advantage and to accelerate the development of new products.
Creare’s entrepreneurial spirit and engineering expertise enable solutions that routinely exceed our industry and government customers' expectations. The transition paths for our innovations include licensing, delivery of specialized products, and highly successful spin-off companies.
Creare is an ideal partner for us. After working with Creare on many projects, I truly value their responsiveness and professionalism. They apply innovative technologies to challenging applications, while consistently delivering outstanding engineering and expertise across a wide range of disciplines.
This [Cryogenic Machining] is a prime example of an SBIR-developed technology transitioning from the research and development phase to a system that can enhance affordability for near-term military projects, like the F-35.
We are always pushing the limits on the cutting edge of technological and scientific development. From building spacecraft cryogenic systems to developing signal processing software for cardiology to developing highly-engineered inspection technology for military aircraft production, our exceptional teams efficiently solve complex challenges.
Jay Rozzi has been with Creare since 1999. He leads the Advanced Manufacturing business area at Creare, which has led to innovations in cryogenic machining, laser-assisted machining, and laser-assisted consolidation/curing of composites.
Dr. Jay Rozzi,
Jeff leads the development of a range of thermodynamic applications including portable power generation, organic Rankine cycle heat recovery, turbo-Brayton cryocoolers and other turbomachinery systems.
Odile leads a Creare business area centered on using innovative technologies to lower the cost of healthcare, while increasing access for a variety of populations.
Dr. Odile Clavier,
Bob has extensive experience in control systems and sensors. Since joining Creare in 1994, Bob has led projects to develop miniature vacuum pumps, audio signal processing routines and digital noise reduction.
Dr. Bob Kline-Schoder,
President, Principal Engineer
Patrick has spearheaded a wide variety projects in the fields of cryogenics, biomedical engineering, electronic devices, signal analysis and energy conversion systems.
Dr. Patrick Magari,
Vice President, Principal Engineer
Mike’s broad experience in heat and mass transfer includes the development of compact heat exchangers, innovative refrigeration systems, and space suit and spacecraft thermal control.
Dr. Mike Izenson,
After joining Creare in 1995, Mark has focused his efforts on the development of advanced spaceflight hardware. He leads our turbo-Brayton cryogenic cooler business area.
Dr. Mark Zagarola,
Bruce has directed the Electronics R&D and Manufacturing Group at Creare for more than 20 years. Under his leadership, Creare has developed and delivered innovative new products for aircraft launch and recovery, electronic power systems and cryogenic control systems.
Creare has been awarded a contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to develop a Wireless Open Water Logger (WOWL) to improve the productivity of fisheries and aquaculture. WOWL helps commercial fishermen improve their catch by measuring and logging water temperature with a rugged sensor package that attaches to their fishing gear. Data are […]
Not many companies can trace their SBIR heritage all the way back to the beginning—and for the history buffs here, we’re talking about 1982, when the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program as we know it today was first signed into law from legislation enacted by New Hampshire Senator Warren Rudman. Creare, also based in […]
Creare-developed Wireless Automated Hearing Test System (WAHTS) saves the hearing of deployed service members exposed to hazardous noise by enabling localized audiometric testing without the need for a sound booth or an audiologist. Read more about this system in this article from The Military Health System.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA, May 25, 2021: — The Creare – West Coast Solutions (WCS) Team has successfully delivered custom, flight-qualified space hardware to the Hawaii Space Flight Laboratory for integration into the HyTI (Hyperspectral Thermal Imager) Satellite. HyTI, funded by NASA’s Earth Science Technology Office InVEST (In-Space Validation of Earth Science Technologies) program, will demonstrate […]
Creare has developed an innovative device that will enable reliable and efficient transfer of cryogenic rocket propellant in microgravity. Propellant transfer is a key technology needed to support future space exploration missions. Our screened channel liquid acquisition device enables rapid transfer of cryogenic liquids across a wide range of operating conditions while preventing vapor ingestion […]
Creare has developed an innovative method to produce high-performance heat and mass exchangers using low-cost, additive manufacturing. The Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) has awarded Creare a contract to use this technology for direct capture of CO2 from atmospheric air. In this project we will demonstrate by test that our low-cost exchanger cores […]
The Centennial American Geophysical Union (AGU) conference in San Francisco attracted nearly 30,000 attendees from a broad range of earth and space sciences backgrounds. The AGU conference provides a venue for academics, government, and industry to present science research and related technology to the larger earth sciences community. Creare presented two posters at the conference […]
To achieve effective stealth performance, the outer surfaces of advanced military aircraft must be very smooth. The surface panels are attached with more than 40,000 threaded fasteners. Accurate measurement of the fastener depth profile at different stages of manufacturing is therefore critical. Existing measurement methods are unable to provide the required accuracy and speed, are […]