Sunday, November 14, 2010

[FREE-FOOD] Lunch Event with Tim Day, CEO of Daylight Solutions, Inc., Monday 11/15, 12:00, Nano 143

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 There are still a few spots remaining to the Tim Day lunch event tomorrow!  RSVP to Vivian Drew (vdrew@stanford.edu) to secure a spot.

Jason Pelc wrote:

Special Event
Lunch & Information Session
Tim Day/Daylight Solutions


Come meet entrepreneur and photonics innovator Tim Day and learn about career opportunities with Daylight Solutions, a leader in the field of mid-IR quantum cascade lasers.  Lunch will be provided.  This event is limited to 15 attendees: please RSVP to Vivian Drew (vdrew@stanford.edu).  More info on Daylight Solutions can be found here

Tim                 Day PhotoDr. Timothy Day was one of the four founders of New Focus, Inc. As Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Senior Vice President, he developed numerous photonics products and was instrumental in growing the business to over $20M/year in revenue, as a private company, selling into photonics research markets. He developed an extensive patent and product portfolio and helped transition the company for a successful public offering in May 2000. Dr. Day contributed to the raising of over $500M through private equity offerings and 2 public offerings. As CTO of the public company, Dr. Day developed technologies and products that grew New Focus to over $40M/qtr in revenue with over 2000 employees in 8 sites worldwide. Dr. Day subsequently helped drive the divestiture of non-core businesses, raising $62M, and eventually sold the company in 2004 to Bookham Technology PLC. Dr. Day has extensive technical knowledge and experience, and is considered an expert in the field of photonics. Dr. Day holds both a B.S. and an M.S. in Physics from San Diego State University and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.


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