Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Spectroscopy Company Brings in Throckmorton to Lead Global Engineering
Feb 22 2013
Ocean Optics has appointed Jeff Throckmorton, PhD, Vice President of Engineering to lead the development of its line of end-user and OEM optical sensing products.
With offices in the US, Europe and Asia, Throckmorton will have responsibility for the company’s global engineering resources. His goal is to increase and enhance Ocean Optics current line of spectrometers, chemical sensors, analytical instrumentation, and accessories through both internal engineering and open innovation initiatives. He and his team will work closely with customers to solve measurement challenges not met by current products. Additionally, Throckmorton will be a member of the Ocean Optics’ board of directors, helping to shape company strategy.
Throckmorton comes to Ocean Optics from technology solutions provider Eltron Research & Development Company (Boulder, Colo.), where he served as Vice President of Technology. He has previously held multiple positions with subsidiaries of Danaher Corporation (Washington, DC) including Vice President Global Innovation for Hach-Lange, Vice President of Research & Development for Hach, and President of Hach Homeland Security Technologies. Earlier in his career held positions with HF Scientific, Inc and BTG Process Control Sensors, Inc.
Throckmorton earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, Va.). He also holds Masters in Chemical Engineering and Doctorate in Engineering degrees from University of South Florida (Tampa, Fla.).
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