Dr. Eric Beuville

Senior IC Design Manager at Raytheon Technologies Corp
Beuville, Eric
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Area of Expertise: ROIC design, Infra read ROIC, Low noise, Visible ROIC, Low power, Radiation hard ROIC
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Dr. Eric J. Beuville is a Sr Principal Engineer at Raytheon Vision Systems (RVS). Dr. Beuville obtained his Ph.D. in Microelectronics in 1987 in Strasbourg (France) after having spent two years at CERN (Geneva, Switzerland) designing integrated circuits for particle physics detectors. In 1989 Dr. Beuville joined the microelectronics group at the CEA Saclay (Atomic Research Agency) in France, where he worked on low-noise analog IC and radiation hard S.O.I. technology for high-energy physics applications. In 1992 he joined the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory working on radiation detector instrumentation and imaging systems for various types of applications (high energy physics, nuclear sciences, medical imaging and space instrumentation). Dr. Beuville received an outstanding performance award in 1996. In 1998, Dr. Beuville started working at Indigo Systems (now FLIR) on the development of readouts for digital x-ray radiography, deep brain stimulation, astronomy and infrared imaging systems. In February 2006, Dr. Beuville joined RVS to work on integrated circuit designs and systems development for defense and aerospace projects.
Dr. Beuville is author and co-author of more than 50 publications and one US patent.

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