NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nanotronics, the factory control company, has appointed Dr. Jonathan Lee as Chief Scientific Officer, effective immediately. In this role, Dr. Lee will be responsible for leading Research and Development, software and hardware functions and staff, as well as the company’s approach to purpose-built AI systems for their global customer base. Jonathan’s previous title was Vice President of Research and Development.
“As a company, we encourage and embrace entrepreneurship and free thinking as it serves as the cornerstone of invention. Over the past two years, Jonathan’s thoughtful, creative, and diligent acceleration of our R&D efforts pushed intelligent hardware and products, such as AIPC™, to the marketplace at rapid speed, exceeding my expectations. Jonathan’s tireless dedication will be critical in our next phase of growth as we move toward bringing the concept of fully autonomous factories to reality,” said Matthew Putman, Global CEO and cofounder of Nanotronics.
Dr. Jonathan Lee joined Nanotronics in 2020 from the Security and Privacy group of Microsoft’s MSR Redmond Lab, where they focused on computational number theory and public key cryptography. They then developed new theoretical mechanisms helping to ease regulatory compliance in the cloud.
“I look forward to further advancing the state of the art technology at Nanotronics,” said Dr. Lee. “It is an exciting time to be innovating in process control and factory control by deploying cutting edge AI systems.”
Jonathan earned a Bachelor of Arts, a Masters, and a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge, was a research fellow at Oxford, and has earned several impressive accolades throughout their life including a Gold Medal in the Romanian Master of Mathematics and the Silver Medal in the International Mathematical Olympiad.
Nanotronics is an advanced machines and intelligence company that helps customers across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors solve for the unique inspection and process control challenges of precision manufacturing.
A leading developer of optical inspection tools for the semiconductor industry, Nanotronics uses hardware and software to provide industrial-scale, high-throughput, super imaging systems. Deployed across fifteen countries and industry agnostic, Nanotronics works across Capital Intensive Industries, from aerospace, to electronics, to healthcare, to drive up yield, reduce footprint and waste, lower costs, and speed up design iteration, while eliminating laborious manual inspections.
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