Welcome to the next installment of the Evolution Webinar Series hosted by Berkeley Nucleonics. This time we are joined by industry expert Dr. Dominique Monnier-Bourdin from Greenfield Technology as we explore the world of High Precision Timing.
This webinar will guide users through the essential elements of high precision timing and will conclude with an example of a complex, large area timing system.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
Dr. Dominique Monnier-Bourdin
Thought Leader and Industry Expert
Dr. Dominique Monnier-Bourdin graduated from Enseeiht (Toulouse), France and received his Ph.D from University of Paris. He is a veteran of the timing industry, who has been working on optical and electronic systems, including fast transient digitizer, streak camera, ultrafast diagnostics, and timing system for over 30 years. He found Greenfield Technology with Bernard Riondet and Philippe Hours in 2001.
Dr. Steve Hocquet
Industry Expert and Guest Speaker
Dr. Steve Hocquet graduated from Institut D’optique in Palaiseau, France and received his Ph.D from Telecom Paris. He is a veteran of the timing industry, who has been working on optical and electronic systems, including phase and amplitude modulation, petawatt optics, ultrafast diagnostics, and timing system for over 10 years. Since 2014, Dr. Hocquet has overseen the Laser MegaJoule Timing System at Greenfield Technology and serves as the head of development for new electro-optical products.
Mark Slattery is an Applications Manager at BNC since August 2008. He has over 30 years of experience in the field, having been an Electronics Technician, Applications Engineer, Product Training Specialist, and Customer Service and Technical Support Manager in Motion Control, Industrial Machines, and Nuclear Test and Measurement. In every aspect of the job he undertakes, Mark brings a strong track record and ethic for premiere customer service and technical communication.
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