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Scott McLeod New Product Manager at Melles Griot

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scottmcleod.jpgScott McLeod has joined Melles Griot Optics Group, based in Rochester, N.Y., as manager of its optomechanical product line, including electronic shutters. McLeod was formerly new-product development program manager at Jmar Nanolithography, a manufacturer of x-ray lithography systems and scanning analytical microscopes. Previously, he spent over 25 years in the semiconductor industry, as a senior applications engineer at ASM Lithography and as applications manager for step-and-repeat products at Perkin-Elmer. He has a bachelor's degree in nuclear engineering from MIT and is a graduate of the US Naval School of Nuclear Engineering.
Nov 2006
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