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April 15, 2013

SBG Labs Hires Four Talented Electro-Optical Engineers

SUNNYVALE, CA — Apr. 15, 2013: Responding to a growing need for its products and services, SBG Labs hired four Senior Optical Engineers. The four all have Masters or Ph.D level expertise from top-flight schools.

“There is a currently a lot of competition for these highly qualified optical and electro-optical specialists,” said SBG Labs CTO Jonathan Waldern. “We are delighted and honored these candidates chose SBG Labs, more likely because of our technology platform and leading edge contracts we are engaged in advanced displays and imaging. We anticipate continuing our recruitment drive and strongly encourage all creative optical engineers to apply.”

Meet the newest Members to the SBG Labs team:

  • Scott Borror
    • MS in Electrical Engineering, University of New Mexico; MS in Physics, University of Iowa; BS in Physics, University of Kansas
  • Aram Hassani-Afshar
    • MS in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University; BS in Electrical Engineering UCLA
  • Richard E. Bergstrom Jr.
    • Ph.D. in Material Science and Engineering at the University of Maryland; BS in Physics: Photonics from Rowan University
  • Mohammad Anis
    • MS and BS in Applied Physics at Purdue University

About SBG Labs, Inc.
Located in Silicon Valley, CA, SBG Labs is the leading optical technology company that has developed a revolutionary electrically switchable holographic device called “Switchable Bragg Gratings,” hence the name SBG Labs. The electro-holographic optical technology merges breakthroughs in nanomaterial science and optical software processing by recording holographic optics into nanocomposite electro-optical material, allowing this technology to be used in many everyday products and applications.

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