meet the Team
is President and Chief Executive Officer of C2Sense. George is an entrepreneurial leader with a solid record of success in organizations ranging from start-ups to global industry leaders. He brings a rich blend of technology, product marketing and business development experience to facilitate the commercialization of C2Sense’s technology and the organizational/operational expertise to enable scalable growth. George is a Servant Leader who thrives on building, motivating and guiding teams to achieve shared goals and succeed as professionals with a “win as a team” philosophy.
is the John D. MacArthur Professor of Chemistry at MIT, co-founder of C2Sense, and C2Sense’s acting CTO . He has published more than 400 peer-reviewed papers and has more than 60 issued/pending patents. A major focus of Swager’s research in electronic organic materials is the demonstration of new conceptual approaches to the construction of sensory materials. These methods are the basis of the Fido explosives detectors (FLIR Systems Inc), which have the highest sensitivity of any explosives sensor. He is the co-founder of 4 companies and has served on a number of corporate and government boards.
is a co-founder and strategic advisor to C2Sense. He is a proven business and legal executive with nearly 30 years of professional experience in software development, materials science, nanotechnology, and life sciences. He is the Founder and CEO of Redux Therapeutics and Chief Business Officer of SipNose, Ltd. Previously, he was the Co-Founder and CEO at Nano Terra, a Boston-based nanotechnology company. Prior to this, he worked as a Senior Vice President of Business Affairs at America Online and AOL Time-Warner. Mr. Keller graduated with an A.B. from Harvard College and a J.D. from Boston College.
is the Chairman of C2Sense’s Board of Directors. Mr. Chesonis currently serves as Chairman and CEO of Sweetwater Energy, a biochemical and biofuels technology firm based in Rochester, New York. Mr. Chesonis also serves as Managing Director for Safar Partners. He holds a B.S in Civil Engineering from MIT, an MBA from the University of Rochester, and an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from the University of Rochester. Mr. Chesonis heads the Chesonis Family Foundation, which supports sustainability and climate change research. He is also a member of the MIT Corporation and is a life trustee at the University of Rochester.