President of the Board @ Vigo System
A graduate of Warsaw University of Technology (Politechnika Warszawska) in 2002 with a master’s degree in electronics engineering. A Ph.D. degree in technical sciences engineer at the Military University of Technology (Wojskowa Akademia Techniczna) in 2008. Works at VIGO System S.A. since 2002, 2002-2003 as a Specialist in Technology of Detectors Department. 2003-2006 as Specialist in MOCVD laboratory and Manager of MOCVD Lab. 2006-2008. 2008-2014 Head of Detector’s Department. Since January 2015 is a President of the Board of VIGO System S.A and a vice chairman of Polish Technological Platform on Photonics. He is the author of many publications on methods of manufacture and applications of infrared detectors. He is responsible for application developments of novel sensor systems especially laser based, affordable gas detectors and analyzers.
VIGO System S.A. is a world-leading manufacturer of uncooled infrared photon detectors. In the 1980’s, a team led by Professor Józef Piotrowski, Ph.D., developed at the Military University of Technology a special technique for manufacturing detectors operating without cryocooling, which was subsequently implemented at the Company.
The Company’s unique position on the market is confirmed by the status of an official supplier of subassemblies for NASA. As a result of that co-operation, detectors developed and manufactured by VIGO System have been installed on the Curiosity rover exploring the surface of Mars.
A particularly important asset of the company is its ability to combine R&D works in the field of IR technology with manufacturing activity, all in a close co-operation with the customer.
The detectors manufactured by VIGO System are used in the following fields: