Sensor Electronic Technology Appoints New President And CEO
Emmanual Lakios brings over 30 years experience to UV LED specialist
Sensor Electronics Technology Inc, SETi, a US company specialising in UV LED development and manufacturing, located in Columbia South Carolina, announced today that Emmanuel Lakios has joined the company as President and CEO.
Lakios joins SETi with 30 years of technology and business management experience. Prior to joining SETi he held positions as president and COO of Imago Scientific Instruments and 20 years at Veeco Instruments, where he held various senior management positions including president and general manager ofpProcess equipment and president of field operations.
In his new role, Emmanuel will build upon the existing technical excellence and organidation and will coordinate all company activities.
Emmanuel brings a strong track record in technology management, strategic market development, and operational performance. Lakios has over 30 years of experience in Semiconductor and equipment industry.
"SETi has a great opportunity for growth with its leading edge deep UV LED technology," commented Lakios. "New applications for this class of LEDs emerge daily. Our mission is to maintain our technical leadership and product position, addressing the requirements of the marketplaces we serve".
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