Bocher Named Microscopy Marketing Head at PI

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KARLSRUHE, Germany, April 25, 2018 — Nanopositioning systems developer Physik Instrumente GmbH & Co. KG (PI) has named Thomas Bocher as its marketing segment head for microscopy and life sciences.

Thomas Bocher (right)
Stéphane Bussa, vice president of Sales and Marketing, congratulates Thomas Bocher (right) on his appointment as head of Segment Marketing Microscopy and Life Sciences. Courtesy of Physik Instrumente.

“I started work at PI in my new role with a great deal of pleasure and enthusiasm,” Bocher said. “The variety of precision positioning technology available from PI, together with years of experience in implementing customized solutions with a global outlook and the high motivation and expertise of all members of staff at PI, provide the best conditions for significant growth in this market segment.”

Bocher previously held product and segment manager positions with Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH and Bruker BioSpin GmbH. Bocher also served as chairman of the ISO/TC172/SC5 committee for international standardization in the field of light microscopy and endoscopy.

PI is a manufacturer of piezo systems, hexapods, and instrumentation for precision motion control.

Published: April 2018
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