Keeping with the entrepreneurial spirit of West Michigan, E3 Compliance LLC started as a small consulting business serving nearby businesses. Since the beginning E3 has steadily grown by expanding the number of customers and types of industries it serves. We have prominent clients in automotive, consumer, aerospace, military, medical, telecom and information technology. E3 Compliance LLC has its own engineering lab and partners with other labs and engineering associates to bring first-class facilities and expertise to any EMC challenge.
Having spent decades in engineering and technical management roles, we understand the challenges that program teams face. Products must meet competing requirements within aggressive program timelines and defined budget constraints. We have learned and practiced the ability to be creative, resourceful and pragmatic in this environment. This makes us uniquely qualified to support your team.
Principal Co-Founder – Scott Mee
Scott Mee is a founding partner of E3 Compliance LLC. He is an electrical engineer located in West Michigan and has a BSEE from Michigan Technological University with specialties in discrete electronics and RF communications. Scott has spent the majority of his career researching and working in the area of Electromagnetic Compatibility. He has held engineering roles that have also exposed him to the areas that have frequent design trade-offs with EMC such as mechanical, thermal, optical and high-speed signal integrity.
Scott is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) EMC Society and serves as the Vice Chair of the West Michigan IEEE EMC Chapter. He co-authored and published numerous technical publications and presentations; some of them through ITEM magazine, InCompliance magazine, RF Café, IEEE quarterly newsletter & given presentations at many of the annual IEEE EMC symposia. He served as automotive special session chair at the 2007 IEEE EMC symposium and was the co-chair of the technical paper committee for the 2008 IEEE EMC symposium.
He is a co-inventor on a United States patent #US8287285 on EMC grounding methods for electronic products. He has working experience and held leading roles in EMC design, test, simulation, root cause investigation and countermeasure development. He is an iNARTE certified EMC engineer (EMC-002580-NE) and a certified master EMC design engineer (EMCD-00142-ME). Scott also has experience with Nexio’s BAT-EMC Lab Automation Test SW and National Instruments Labview programming and instrumentation control.
Principal Co-Founder – Jim Teune
Jim Teune is a founding partner of E3 Compliance LLC. He has a BSEET degree and over 28 years of experience in the area of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). He has held roles in EMC Test and Design, Technical Leadership and Laboratory Management. He has a history of developing successful laboratories and technical services groups for multiple organizations. Jim’s passion lies in EMC Mitigation techniques and helping clients meet industry requirements. He is a iNARTE (International Association of Radio and Telecommunication Engineers) certified EMC Engineer and Master EMC Design Engineer. Among Jim’s technical achievements, he is a co-inventor on a US patent involving EMI shielding for an aircraft window assembly (patent 9,403,590 – “Electro-optic window assembly EMI shield”).
Jim is active with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) EMC Society where he is a senior member and currently serves as Secretary of the West Michigan EMC chapter. He has co-authored several papers on EMC Test, Design and Technical Management topics. For many years he has contributed to the hardware demonstrations at the annual EMC symposiums. He is also active at Grand Valley State University where he is a member of the industry advisory board and taking a leadership role in developing the EMC laboratory at their downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan campus.
Principal Engineer – Krzysztof (Krystof) Russa
Krzysztof (Krystof) Russa has two masters degrees in electrical engineering (Lublin, Poland, 1993; University of Akron, 1997). He worked in academia before he began his hardware design career at two major automotive electronics suppliers. His early work transitioned from electronic circuit design to a focus on developing state of the art analytical solutions to optimize the design of electronic hardware. Initially, those methods were applied to analog and mixed signal circuits in order to tackle design uncertainties with Worst-Case circuit analysis. Over the last decade as electronics technology has advanced in the area of high-speed platforms and feature rich user content he has developed extensive expertise in design, analysis and test methods to meet industry needs.
His high speed design and simulation experience covers the majority of modern high-speed interface domains (i.e., memory, displays, serial, etc..). In addition to addressing signal integrity challenges, he has created a series of effective methods to prevent & resolve power integrity issues. His expertise and reputation for balanced use of simulation and measurement techniques led to a prior role as Global Technical Lead in Signal Integrity and Timing Analysis. In this capacity he developed a global team and worked closely with team members from around the world (i.e. US, France, Germany, Bulgaria, India, China and Japan). This work required close cooperation with EMC teams, which resulted in the evolution of a high-speed design & analysis approach to simultaneously optimize both functional and EMC requirements.
Krystof is a co-inventor of a US patent, co-author of two grants and he has a series of IEEE publications in the area of controls and electronics. As recognition for his successful product designs, Mentor Graphics awarded him the PCB Technology Leadership Award in the Transportation and Automotive industries for exceptional high-speed design & analysis on products developed in 2011, 2012 and 2014.
Lead EMC Engineer – Aaron Lutz
Aaron Lutz is an electrical engineer from Michigan. He attended Grand Valley State University and obtained his BSEE in 2006. Aaron has spent his entire career in the field of Electromagnetic Compatibility with over 10 years of test and design experience. Aaron excels at root cause analysis and developing countermeasures for EMC issues.
Aaron began his career as an EMC technician mastering the use of EMI equipment. He worked his way into a design role and learned to focus on schematic and layout reviews to identify and prevent risks to EMC performance. Aaron has developed a number of methods to efficiently pinpoint the cause of EMC failures and has the experience to develop effective solutions.
Aaron has attended and presented at multiple IEEE EMC symposia. He also co-authored an IEEE paper that was published through the symposium record. Aaron has experience using EMC simulation tools such as Hyperlynx and CST. He has experience with various EMC test software including ETS-Lindgen’s TILE!, Nexio’s BAT-EMC, and Rohde & Schwarz’s EMC32. He has also developed custom troubleshooting tools with National Instruments LabVIEW.
EMC Engineer – Daniel Jilote
Daniel Jilote graduated from Grand Valley State University (GVSU) with a BSEE in 2018. He spent his undergraduate co-operative experience with E3 Compliance where he gained fundamental knowledge in Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing and design. Daniel has experience with Nexio’s BAT-EMC lab automation SW and National Instruments LabVIEW to perform EMC testing in automotive, medical, and commercial applications.
Daniel completed his senior design project at GVSU in a team of five other electrical and computer engineers to develop an IoT rapid development board for DornerWorks. He is also a member of the Institute of Electronics Engineers (IEEE) EMC Society.