“ASE Optics is a group of highly skilled people working at the cutting edge of optical engineering in a highly supportive environment”.
I am an experimental physicist with an academic background in quantum optics and laser science. After a MSc in Optics and Photonics, I obtained a PhD using ultrashort laser pulses to study the properties of atomic and molecular systems.
I participated in projects such as ITER or MINUV, as well as in the development and design of other custom optical systems.
What is your role at ASE Optics?
I am an engineer in the Optics Department at ASE Optics and perform R&D laboratory work as well as assembly and characterisation of optical systems. I also do system analysis and design, especially when these systems are customised and allow us to expand our mass production capacity.
What encouraged you to join ASE Optics?
I was excited by the wide range and innovation of the projects that ASE Optics is involved in. In addition to what my job entails, which is taking a project from concept and design to reality.
What do you like most about working at ASE Optics?
I love the team we have created. We all know each other well. We are a team that brings together people with different backgrounds, but complementary and necessary, as we develop unique projects and systems that require a multidisciplinary approach.
And what has been one of the biggest challenges you have faced?
Actually, each project in itself represents a unique challenge and a learning opportunity in the search for innovative solutions. They are the culmination of a fascinating process that is never the same as the previous one.