Tedric Soh, M. Eng.
CEO, Chief Product Designer
Tedric is currently a Ph. D. Candidate in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) working on the direct conversion of fission energy into electricity using advance nuclear battery technologies. Tedric received his B. Eng. in the Metallurgical Engineering and M. Eng. in Material Engineering from McGill University.
Tedric has over 10 years of research experience with various thermal insulative materials and has worked with the late Maurice Ward, the British inventor of Starlite which is, a unique polymer that is nuclear blast resistant and featured in the Guinness Book of Records.
Tedric is a member of the Model Aeronautics of Canada and the Renegade Flyers RC Club in Surrey, British Columbia. His favorite hobbies are flying giant scale radio controlled 3D aerobatic airplanes, astrophotography and sport boomerang . It is his dream to fly a nuclear powered unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) in his lifetime.
Tedric also served as the Representative of the Graduate Student’s Association to the U of S Radiation Safety Committee. He was a Team Lead (Electrical) of the U of S Space Design Team, and was responsible for designing a solar powered lithium polymer battery system for a nanosatellite.