Edmund Optics strengthens presence in Europe

Edmund Optics has announced the addition of Dr. Boris Ecker, who, with the support of Edmund Optics’ global team of imaging experts, will directly service the growing imaging and machine vision application needs of customers in Europe. MORE ARTICLES Slideshow: 2015 Innovators Awards honoree reception Edmund Optics announces partnership to develop 3D printed plastic optics Looking at liquid lenses for machine vision Ecker, who will serve as Imaging Solutions Engineer, is fluent in German and English, and holds a Ph.D. in physics, obtained for his work on high-energy lasers and plasma physics at the University of Mainz, Germany and the “GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung” in Darmstadt, Germany. Ecker has also worked as an optical designer in process analytics, having been responsible for creating optic designs, as well as the application requirements of domestic and international customer projects. At Edmund Optics, Ecker will provide support and expertise to customers and partners regarding technical questions as well as assist with the implementation of vision projects. His primary focus will be to consult and recommend the selection of the appropriate optics, to provide detailed product specifications, and to create application-specific Zemax simulations as well as to conduct feasibility studies and product testing, according to Edmund Optics. "We are convinced that with his vast knowledge, his passion for the subject, and his high motivation, Boris Ecker will be an enrichment, not only to us, but also for our customers," said Martin Weinacht, European Sales Director. Boris Ecker joined the Edmund Optics Imaging team, headed by Greg Hollows in the corporate headquarters in Barrington, New Jersey, in the US, in January of 2015. View more information on Edmund Optics. Share your vision-related news by contacting James Carroll, Senior Web Editor, Vision Systems Design To receive news like this in your inbox, click here. Join our LinkedIn group | Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Check us out on Google +

May 7th, 2015
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Edmund Optics has announced the addition of Dr. Boris Ecker, who, with the support of Edmund Optics’ global team of imaging experts, will directly service the growing imaging and machine vision application needs of customers in Europe.

Ecker, who will serve as Imaging Solutions Engineer, is fluent in German and English, and holds a Ph.D. in physics, obtained for his work on high-energy lasers and plasma physics at the University of Mainz, Germany and the “GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung” in Darmstadt, Germany. Ecker has also worked as an optical designer in process analytics, having been responsible for creating optic designs, as well as the application requirements of domestic and international customer projects.

At Edmund Optics, Ecker will provide support and expertise to customers and partners regarding technical questions as well as assist with the implementation of vision projects. His primary focus will be to consult and recommend the selection of the appropriate optics, to provide detailed product specifications, and to create application-specific Zemax simulations as well as to conduct feasibility studies and product testing, according to Edmund Optics.

"We are convinced that with his vast knowledge, his passion for the subject, and his high motivation, Boris Ecker will be an enrichment, not only to us, but also for our customers," said Martin Weinacht, European Sales Director.

Boris Ecker joined the Edmund Optics Imaging team, headed by Greg Hollows in the corporate headquarters in Barrington, New Jersey, in the US, in January of 2015.

View more information on Edmund Optics.

Share your vision-related news by contacting James Carroll, Senior Web Editor, Vision Systems Design

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