LSP Technologies CEO Recognized as Innovative Entrepreneur

Tanya Wisniewski, an EY partner and EOY  of the Year  Market Director for Northeast Ohio, left, and Craig Glazier, an EY partner and the East Central EOY Program Director, right, join in congratulating Dr. Dulaney on the honor.

Tanya Wisniewski, an EY partner and EOY  of the Year  Market Director for Northeast Ohio, left, and Craig Glazier, an EY partner and the East Central EOY Program Director, right, join in congratulating Dr. Dulaney.

Jeff Dulaney founded LSP Technologies in 1995

LSP Technologies President and CEO Jeff Dulaney, center, became a regional finalist for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY) Award.  “This is a great honor not only for me, but also for the 59 team members of LSP Technologies,” Dr. Dulaney said. “Together, we are working every day to build a hungry, humble, and smart culture. The way we work together is just as important as our leadership in laser peening technology.”

LSP Technologies recently moved to a new headquarters in Dublin, Ohio, that more than tripled its footprint. The engineering staff has tripled, and sales to aerospace, power generation, and manufacturing customers are accelerating.

“We adopted a new business model with an emphasis on rapid innovation to proliferate our laser peening technology. To do that, we make laser peening equipment, including custom solutions, that puts our valuable processes into the customer’s own manufacturing and maintenance processes,” Dr. Dulaney said.

“We recruited new engineers and technicians, and then we challenged them with some of the most formidable problems — hazardous environments, huge immovable parts, hard-to-reach surfaces, and complex geometries. Every day these new team members join with our veterans to find new solutions for customers,” he added.

“That combination of sophisticated laser technology, smart innovation, and a humble, hungry, and smart business culture have worked together to unlock the growth potential of LSP Technologies,” he said.


See Greg Karst at SAMPE 2019 Conference in Charlotte, May 20-23

Greg Karst

Greg Karst

Ask Greg about Laser Bond Inspection for adhesive bonding of composite materials

Greg Karst, Product Line Manager for LSP Technologies, Inc.’s composites business, is attending SAMPE 2019 May 20-23 in Charlotte, North Carolina. SAMPE 2019 attracts more than 3,000 materials and process engineers, as well as exhibits of more than 250 suppliers, manufacturers and service providers.

This is the 75th anniversary of the Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE®), a global professional member society that provides enhanced educational opportunities by delivering information on new and advanced materials and processing technology. For more information, see https://www.sampeamerica.org.

Karst manages and promotes commercial business opportunities for the Laser Bond Inspection (LBI) technologies patented by LSP Technologies. LBI is a non-destructive testing method for assessing the integrity of adhesively bonded composite materials.

The LBI method is based upon stresswave dynamics in bonded materials. LBI uses a pulsed laser system to generate a compressive stress wave on the material surface. The stresswave propagates through the material, and is reflected off the back free surface as a tensile wave. The reflected tensile wave passes through the bondline and stresses the adhesive bond at a selected strength value.

For more information, please contact Greg Karst at gkarst@lspt.com.


LSP Technologies CEO a finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year

Jeff Dulaney Regional finalist for Prestigious EY Award,

Dublin, Ohio, May 9, 2019 – EY has announced that Jeff Dulaney, President and CEO of LSP Technologies, Inc., is a finalist for the Entrepreneur of The Year® 2019 Award in EY’s East Central program.

Widely considered one of the most prestigious business awards programs in the U.S., the EY award program recognizes entrepreneurs and leaders of high-growth companies who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities, while also transforming our world.

Dulaney, the founder of LSP Technologies, was selected as a finalist by a panel of independent judges. Award winners will be announced at a black-tie gala on June 13 at the Cincinnati Music Hall in Cincinnati, and the winner among 20 finalists will go on to compete for recognition at EY’s national level.

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