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Holoxica announces an Interactive Holographic 3D Display, which is a second generation prototype. The…
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Javid Khan has an MEng in Microelectronics and an MSc in Telecommunications Engineering from Manchester University. He was formerly a Scientific Officer at the European Commission defining research programs and running international high tech projects. Javid was responsible for about forty R&D projects with a total value of over €100 million over a period of eleven years. Areas of expertise include: embedded systems, IC design, micro/nano systems, displays and photonics. Prior industrial experience includes research and advanced product development at Philips for professional and consumer markets. In 2008, Javid started a doctorate in Photonics Engineering at Heriot Watt University and St Andrews University. Holoxica Ltd was formed to commercialize the results of the research.
Ian Underwood is recognized as a worldwide authority on microdisplay technology. In 1999 he co-founded MicroEmissive Displays, where he held several key roles. Technology achievements include a Guinness World Record in 2004 for the world’s smallest color TV screen. He is Professor of Electronic Displays at the University of Edinburgh where he is also Head of the Institute for Micro and Nano Systems. Honors include Ernst & Young Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year, Scotland (2003) and the Gannochy Medal for Innovation (2004). He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Royal Academy of Engineering and of the Institute of Physics. In 2008, Prof. Underwood was appointed to the Scottish Scientific Advisory Council, SSAC, which provides independent expert advice to the Scottish Government on science, engineering and technology.
Alan Greenaway is currently the head of Fields and Waves group at Heriot Watt University. He has worked on a range of research topics including electron microscopy, remote sensing, optical systems and astronomy. Joint winner of the John Benjamin Memorial Prize (1999) for his invention of the IMP®-based 3-D imaging technique, he has undertaken advisory work for industrial and public bodies in the UK, the US and France. His research interests include adaptive optics, optical metrology; optical aperture synthesis; optical propagation; dynamic processes in 4-dimensions (space and time) in bio-medical applications; ultra-high dynamic range imaging and femtosecond lasers.
Ruppel has over ten years marketing experience in displays and imaging markets for B2C and B2B. This includes expertise in branding, market research, strategic market and business planning and implementation. She is a qualified member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing with considerable experience in PR and promotional activities including exhibitions, conferences, trade shows. She has a proven track record in international business marketing. She previously worked as Marketing Manager at Forth Dimension Displays.