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Hal Zarem Hal Zarem is CEO of TetraVue. A career technology executive, he has extensive experience in lasers and optoelectronics and has lead companies in the automotive, cleantech, semiconductor, optical component and MEMS industries. Previously he was President and CEO of Seeo, a developer of advanced lithium polymer batteries from 2012-2016. In 2015 Seeo was purchased by Robert Bosch. Prior to running Seeo, he was President and CEO of Silicon Light Machines, an optical device company, from 2003 to 2010. Silicon Light Machines was purchased by Dainippon Screen in 2008. Dr. Zarem has also held executive positions at Cypress Semiconductor, JDS Uniphase, mCube and Ortel Corporation. He earned a B.A. in physics from the University of California Berkeley, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in applied physics from the California Institute of Technology. He holds eight patents and has published 34 technical papers. He is an avid runner, sailor and outdoorsman, having completed 8 marathons and is an instructor with the Marin Sailing School for the Blind.

Hal Zarem

Hal Zarem is CEO of TetraVue. A career technology executive, he has extensive experience in lasers and optoelectronics and has lead companies in the automotive, cleantech, semiconductor, optical component and MEMS industries. Previously he was President and CEO of Seeo, a developer of advanced lithium polymer batteries from 2012-2016. In 2015 Seeo was purchased by Robert Bosch. Prior to running Seeo, he was President and CEO of Silicon Light Machines, an optical device company, from 2003 to 2010. Silicon Light Machines was purchased by Dainippon Screen in 2008.

Dr. Zarem has also held executive positions at Cypress Semiconductor, JDS Uniphase, mCube and Ortel Corporation. He earned a B.A. in physics from the University of California Berkeley, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in applied physics from the California Institute of Technology. He holds eight patents and has published 34 technical papers.

He is an avid runner, sailor and outdoorsman, having completed 8 marathons and is an instructor with the Marin Sailing School for the Blind.

Paul Banks Paul Banks is founder and President of TetraVue, working to commercialize advance 3D imaging technologies for industrial applications. High-resolution 3D video and imagery will play an important role to break down the barrier between the physical world and the digital world, revolutionizing metrology and imagery. Paul Banks received a Ph. D. in Applied Physics from the University of California, Davis, and has worked for twenty years in developing practical applications of laser and optical technology. This includes work at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in ultrafast lasers and their applications to industrial materials processing. Following LLNL, he was co-founder of a new Photonics Division at General Atomics and led the laser R&D group in efforts in ultrafast to directed energy and airborne laser systems. Dr. Banks has received 2 R&D 100 awards for work in laser materials processing. He has over 20 publications and 10 patents in laser and electro-optic technology, including 3D capture. He served on the advisory board of the SPAR 3D Imaging Conference and serves on the executive subcommittee of the ASTM E57 3D Imaging Standards Committee. Paul has been on a life long pursuit of perfectly popping corn with a laser.   

Paul Banks

Paul Banks is founder and President of TetraVue, working to commercialize advance 3D imaging technologies for industrial applications. High-resolution 3D video and imagery will play an important role to break down the barrier between the physical world and the digital world, revolutionizing metrology and imagery. Paul Banks received a Ph. D. in Applied Physics from the University of California, Davis, and has worked for twenty years in developing practical applications of laser and optical technology. This includes work at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in ultrafast lasers and their applications to industrial materials processing. Following LLNL, he was co-founder of a new Photonics Division at General Atomics and led the laser R&D group in efforts in ultrafast to directed energy and airborne laser systems.

Dr. Banks has received 2 R&D 100 awards for work in laser materials processing. He has over 20 publications and 10 patents in laser and electro-optic technology, including 3D capture. He served on the advisory board of the SPAR 3D Imaging Conference and serves on the executive subcommittee of the ASTM E57 3D Imaging Standards Committee.

Paul has been on a life long pursuit of perfectly popping corn with a laser. 

 

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