Tuesday, June 27, 2017
JENOPTIK Optical Systems LLC Announces the Appointment of Ronald Moore as Vice President, Sales and Marketing
Industry expert Ronald Moore joins Jenoptik Optical Systems’ North American management team as the new Vice President of Sales & Marketing.
27 June 2017, Jupiter, FL USA — Jenoptik Optical Systems, a premier provider of optical systems in North America, announces the appointment of Ronald Moore as Vice President, Sales and Marketing effective immediately.
In Mr. Moore’s new role, he will be responsible for developing and executing sales strategies to sustain Jenoptik Optical Systems’ continuing growth, while also managing all aspects of the business unit’s North America marketing and communications.
“Ron’s proven leadership abilities and enviable track record of successfully implementing large scale sales and marketing initiatives will help Jenoptik meet the evolving demands of the global marketplace,” said Jay Kumler, President of Jenoptik Optical Systems, LLC.
Ron added that “The US sales and marketing team at Jenoptik Optical Systems has done an outstanding job driving the growth and maturity of the business. Ray Malcom has done a great job in the past 10 years leading the sales organization, and will remain with Jenoptik in a new role focusing specifically on semiconductor equipment business development.”
Ronald Moore has over 25 years of experience in the photonics industry, previously serving as Director of Global OEM Accounts at MKS/Newport, North American Sales Director at New Focus and Global Director of Sales and Marketing for GSI Lumonics.
As an integrated photonics group, Jenoptik divides its activities in three segments: Optics & Life Science, Mobility and Defense & Civil Systems. Its customers around the world mainly include companies in the semiconductor equipment manufacturing industry, automotive and automotive supplier industry, medical technology, security and defense technology as well as the aviation industry.
In regards Optical Systems, Jenoptik is one of the few development and production partners worldwide for optical and micro optical systems and precision components designed to meet the highest quality standards. Jenoptik offers solutions for optical glass, fused silica and crystals, infrared materials as well as plastic that can be coated in wavelengths from far infrared to DUV. Jenoptik also possesses outstanding expertise in the development and manufacture of micro optics for beam shaping used in the semiconductor industry and laser material processing. The product portfolio of the division also includes solutions for optical information and communication technologies, as well as defense and security.
JENOPTIK l Optical Systems
V.P. Sales & Marketing
Phone: +1 561 881 7400
Sunday, June 4, 2017
Saturday, May 20, 2017
TOMORROW! Seminar: "Toward Micro Vision Sensors" by Sanjeev J. Koppal, 5.18.17/11:00AM-12:00PM/CREOL RM 103
Seminar: "Toward Micro Vision Sensors" by Sanjeev J. Koppal
Thursday, May 18, 2017 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
CREOL Room 103
CREOL Room 103
Sanjeev J. Koppal
Miniature computing platforms will influence fields such as geographic and environment sensing, search and rescue, industrial control and monitoring, energy and health. Computer vision algorithms can broaden this impact by allowing small devices to utilize the rich visual information of their surroundings. However, achieving computer vision on small form factor devices is a challenge due to the severe constraints of power and mass. We propose to build vision sensors where the optics of the system perform a significant portion of the computational burden. Balancing the performance of any particular computer vision algorithm with the physical aspects of the sensor (such as field-of-view, mass, power consumption etc) provides a rich source of interesting, new research problems. We discuss recent efforts applying visual recognition on micro-robots and creating low-power LIDAR.
Sanjeev J. Koppal is an assistant professor at the University of Florida’s ECE department. Prior to joining UF, he was a researcher at the Texas Instruments Imaging R&D lab. Sanjeev obtained his Masters and Ph.D. degrees from the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, where his adviser was Prof. Srinivasa Narasimhan. After CMU, he was a post-doctoral research associate in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University, with Prof. Todd Zickler. He received his B.S. degree from the University of Southern California in 2003. His interests span computer vision, computational photography and optics and include novel cameras and sensors, 3D reconstruction, physics-based vision and active illumination.
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Thursday, May 4, 2017
LPTH Press Release: LightPath Technologies Reports 500% Increase in Operating Income for Fiscal 2017 Third Quarter Financial Results