Michael Boyd

Chief Scientist (Fields, Waves and Electromagnetics)

Soquel California USA

In 1985 Mr. Boyd received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics at UCSB. Mr. Boyd began his career as engineer/scientist starting in 1982 at Hughes Aircraft Company, Santa Barbara Research Center. His career has spanned component manufacturing development engineering in the medical device, microelectronics, telecommunication, semi-conductor, and hard drive industry. Mr. Boyd has published his research in technical publications including the International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the Journal of Vacuum Science Technology, and the Society for California Archaeology. Mr. Boyd in 2019 was awarded his Associated of Arts in Anthropology for courses he completed in 2016 at Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz County California. He began working as an Archaeologist in 2017.


  • Noncontact electrical characterization of epitaxial HgCdTe
  • The Effects of Total Dose Gamma Radiation on Tolerant InSb Device Characteristics
  • Effect of dislocations on the electrical and optical properties of long‐wavelength infrared HgCdTe photovoltaic detectors
  • A Study of MR Glide Signals Using Precision Defects
  • MR glide inspection for hard disk defect detection
  • Advantages of stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) over other radiotherapy techniques
  • La Cuna De Aztlan: The Cradle of the Aztec Civilization in the Americas
  • Photo-anodic oxide surface passivation for semiconductors
  • Device and method to produce gravitomagnetic induction, mass spin-valve or gravitational rectifier
  • Calibrated Device And Method to Detect Material Features on a Spinning Surface by Generation and Detection of Gravito-magnetic Energy
  • Device and method to generate and capture of gravito-magnetic energy
  • CAlifornians for Renewable Energy (CARE) vs. California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)
  • Theoretical implications of a nano scale quantum gravito-magnetism on the nature of our steady-state universe
  • Resolving the extra dimensions for gravity

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