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Dinneen Appointed Seminex Application Engineer

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PEABODY, Mass., Sept. 1, 2016 — Seminex Corp. has appointed Patrick Dinneen as its application engineer to support customers worldwide with the latest Seminex technologies and technical services to meet their exacting requirements.

Patrick Dinneen“We are excited to have Patrick as our new application engineer,” said David Bean, president and CEO of Seminex. “Patrick’s unique combination of engineering and customer service skills will bring in fresh, innovative ideas to support our customers and accelerate Seminex growth.”

Dinneen will provide timely technical support to new and existing customers, as well as support new applications in the marketplace for laser technology. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Syracuse University’s L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science. Previously, Dinneen was a mechanical project engineer at Woodland Power Products.

“I am proud to be part of the team at Seminex Corp.,” said Dinneen. “The company has a significant global impact in the semiconductor laser industry, and its forward-thinking atmosphere is unmatched. I am thrilled to be working with our existing customers and look forward to exploring new business relationships.”

Seminex designs and manufactures high-power semiconductor lasers for use in military, medical and industrial applications.
Sep 2016
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