Collin has worked at Micralyne for more than 15 years and is currently the Vice President of Technology. Previous roles have included Vice President of Engineering, Vice President of Sales and Business Development, Director of R&D, Product Line Manager for Optical MEMS, R&D Project Manager, and Development Engineer. He is primarily responsible for Micralyne’s technology development roadmap. He is also responsible for technical problem solving and communicating Micralyne’s capabilities to the MEMS market.
Collin has managed development programs for many devices including optical telecom switches, silicon optical bench, implantable medical devices, MEMS microphones, pressure sensors, and components for military applications. Throughout these projects, he has gained extensive experience in wafer processing, design layout, device test, and failure analysis.
Collin is a Professional Engineer and holds a B.Sc in Engineering Physics (1997) as well as a Master’s of Electrical Engineering degree with a specialization in Microfabrication (2002). Collin has also lectured on microfabrication topics at the University of Alberta.
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