Decontamination for troops in the field of weapons, radios, vehicles, aircraft, and personnel of chemical and biological hazards. No harm to personnel, PPE, equipment or vehicles. No need for a water source.
Clean air should be without bacteria and viruses. Our Air Purification system solves both without expensive replaceable filter.
80% of seeds from around the world travel through the US. Many shipments are turned away due to disease in the area where they originated from. Seed purification without harming the seeds is critical to increasing this throughput safely and supplying the world with food.
The Aceso Plasma Device
A low temperature, hand portable, plasma device that creates oxygen plasma to quickly disinfect and heal wounds.
Meet The Team
Zach Steinbock - CEO
Zach earned his BS in Mechanical Engineering from the United State Naval Academy in 2005. Upon graduation, he completed Basic Underwater Demolitions / SEAL (BUD/S) Training in 2006 with Class 258 and spent the last 14 years on active duty and active reserves with the SEAL Teams completing multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. Zach spent 3 years attending Jefferson Medical School, before MATBOCK (his first successful startup) required him to step-in fulltime. He enjoys working out, solving complex problems and spending time with his two children, Isabel (11) and McClain (8).
Brad Dumke - COO
Brad spent 7 years as a Marine Infantry officer after graduating with a BS in Business from the University of Minnesota. His next 18 years were in early stage healthcare information systems/Electronic Health Records companies in sales, COO, President, and CEO roles. Brad’s last 8 years have been as a co-founder and principle with startup companies in the wound healing, wellness, healthcare consumerism, and telehealth industries. He has also worked as an independent consultant for hospitals, EHR and billing software vendors in the Post-Acute Care market, and for a revenue cycle management company serving small to medium sized hospitals.
Dr. Spencer Kuo - CTO
Dr. Kuo earned his BS and MS degrees both from National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan R.O.C. in 1970 and 1973, and Ph.D. degree in 1977 from Polytechnic Institute of New York (now NYU-Tandon). The originalities of his research contributions include the demonstration of photon acceleration by a rapidly created plasma and the creation of a plasma crystal to trap photons. He invented various plasma torches applicable for the ignition of supersonic combustor and mitigation of sonic booms of supersonic aircrafts; he also invented an air plasma spray for medical and biological applications, including wound-bleeding control, wound healing, and dental treatment, as well as sterilization and decontamination. Dr. Kuo has completed 17 previous DoD and NASA grants dating back to 1979. He is a proven researcher both within the DoD system of grants and at NYU Tandon School of Engineering where he has been a professor for more than 40 years.
Greg S. Steinbock, MD - CMO
Dr. Steinbock graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in Biology, and attended the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. He did 2 years of General Surgery residency at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, then completed his Urology Residency at the University of Vermont. His Fellowship in Urolithiasis was spent at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Greg was Assistant Professor of Surgery, Division of Urology at the University of Louisville Medical School for 4 years, then entered private practice with First Urology PSC. He currently is Co-Director of Research and the Advanced Therapeutics Center for Prostate Cancer for the large, independent, single-specialty First Urology group. His research centers on the clinical application of new pharmaceuticals to treat different stages of prostate cancer.