After receiving a Ph.D. in 1981 from the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Hwa-Young (Michael) Yeh briefly worked at the Colorado State University as part of its research faculty. He then moved to the east coast to be a National Research Council resident scientist at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD. After two years, he decided to broaden his research experience by joining the private industry, and soon started his own company, Caelum Research Corporation, in 1987. The company provided research services to NASA and the Air Force. Several years later, Mike started a separate company, Deus Technologies, applying AI Machine Learning technology on a Computer Aided Diagnosis (CAD) system to detect early stage lung cancer. The research received several NIH SBIR grants, and VC and GE investments. The CAD system went through extensive clinical trials and was approved by the FDA in 2003 as the first of its kind in the world. GE connected CAD with its medical systems, and was sold worldwide as an intelligence medical imaging system. In 2004, Mike divested Deus, and refocused on Caelum's technical services to DOD, NOAA, NASA, and GSA. Currently, Caelum has about 300 employees, providing IT, IM, Data Analytics and Logistics services to Fed agencies. Mike has published more than 50 professional articles on professional journals or conference proceedings and is an inventor or co-inventor of 12 patents. He was elected as Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist in Greater Washington, and the Maryland’s distinguished Joseph S. Sciulli Entrepreneur of the Year Award (2000), and the Medical Devices Technology Excellence Award of the Year (2004) from Frost and Sullivan.