Bob Ezell joins WhiteOptics as Director of Engineering to lead new technology development for light guide and micro-structured optic product lines
New Castle, Delaware – August 20, 2018: WhiteOptics has announced Bob Ezell as their new Director of Engineering. Mr. Ezell, former Senior Engineering Manager, Rambus Lighting Division, will work with the WhiteOptics engineering team to accelerate development of micro-structured optics and light guide technologies as they continue to lead the industry in optical materials innovation.
Mr. Ezell joins WhiteOptics with over 20 years of new technology development and operational management experience focusing predominantly on light guide innovation. Having previously led Rambus light guide product development, Mr. Ezell helped design new optical geometries and patterning to produce light guides for edge lighting in the general lighting, automotive, display, and medical industries. Bob has been awarded a total of 30 patents focused around light guide technology.
Eric Teather, Founder and President of WhiteOptics LLC, spoke on Bob’s hiring; “We are incredibly excited to have Bob Ezell joining our engineering team. We feel that Bob’s unique expertise will help advance our efforts in light guide innovation, while also opening new and exciting doors for additional optical development.”
Mr. Ezell himself commented “I am very pleased to be joining WhiteOptics to help lead their efforts in lighting innovation and design. I look forward to working with my new colleagues to build on their current technological successes and to help develop additional product areas for use in the lighting industry.”
WhiteOptics® develops and manufactures a unique line of energy efficiency enabling reflector and micro-structured optics technologies for the commercial lighting industry. WhiteOptics is committed to the development of innovative, energy efficient, and aesthetically pleasing materials to directly serve the needs of light fixture manufacturers and designers. WhiteOptics can work directly with designers to optimize lighting designs and suggest solutions for optical problems such as LED lamp image hiding, fixture efficiency improvement, beam control and the many other challenges associated with creating world-class light. WhiteOptics has fixture prototyping and photometric testing capabilities for rapid benchmarking and improvement as a service for customers. Headquartered in New Castle, DE, WhiteOptics manufactures film, plastic and metal products in the United States and globally. For more information about WhiteOptics, visit www.whiteoptics.com.
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