Ultra-High Brightness DPD Color OLED Microdisplay
eMagin demonstrated our DPD capability in 2016 and our WUXGA microdisplay has achieved greater than 4500nits.
Andrew G. Sculley, Jr. has served as the Company’s Chief Executive Officer and President from June 2008 and continues to serve as the Chief Executive Officer. From 2004 to 2008 Mr. Sculley served as the General Manager of Kodak’s OLED Systems Business Unit and Vice President of Kodak’s Display Business, where he forged a number of alliances with flat panel display manufacturers. From 2001 to 2004, he was the CFO of Kodak’s Display Business. From 2003 to 2006, he served on the Board of Directors of SK Display, a joint venture between Sanyo and Kodak to manufacture active matrix OLED displays. From 1996 to 2001 Mr. Sculley served on as the Manager of Operations, CFO and member of the Board of Directors of Kodak Japan Ltd., where he managed Distribution, Information Technologies, Legal, Purchasing and Finance. Previously, he held positions in strategic planning and finance in Eastman Kodak Company. Mr. Sculley holds an MBA from Carnegie-Mellon University and an MS in physics from Cornell University. He attended Harvard University’s International Senior Management Program while an executive at Kodak.
Mark Koch was appointed acting Chief Financial Officer on January 23, 2020 after serving as eMagin’s Vice President of Finance since October 2018, and Corporate Controller since March 2016. He has been a financial executive and consultant for over twenty-five years. He joined eMagin from the Turtle Beach Corporation, an audio technology company providing gaming headsets, where he was the corporate controller. Previously, Mr. Koch was a consultant with Tatum, an executive talent and strategic consulting firm providing c-suite solutions. Mr. Koch was the principal accounting officer of Del Global Technologies Corp, a medical imaging manufacturer with international operations. Mr. Koch has also served as the corporate controller of SEMX Corporation a manufacturer of specialty materials and thermal management solutions. He holds a BS from Manhattan College and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Dr. Amal Ghosh was appointed to Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President on September 30, 2018. Previously he was appointed as Senior Vice President of Research and Development since 2009 after serving as Vice President of OLED Research and Development at eMagin since 2005. Dr. Ghosh is responsible for improvising and introducing new technologies to eMagin’s microdisplay line of products, managing Government programs and Intellectual Property. Prior to joining eMagin Corporation, Dr. Ghosh was with Eastman Kodak Company involved with OLED display technology and with IBM Corporation, both at the T. J. Watson Research Center and at the Microelectronics Division, where he contributed to numerous programs involving semiconductor technology and LCD displays. In his professional career, he has numerous publications and patents to his credit. Dr. Ghosh has more than 30 years of industrial experience. In 2003 he received SID’s Special Recognition Award for his work in the field of OLEDs and FEDs. In 2009 he received the SID Mid-Atlantic Chapter award for leadership, dedication and service to the chapter and was also elected a Fellow of the society.
Dr. Ghosh was the President of SID during 2014-2016. He is presently the Past-President and member of the Board of Directors of SID. He obtained a Ph.D. degree in Physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA in 1985.
Olivier Prache was appointed Senior Vice President, Display Operations and Development in February 2005, after previously serving as Vice President of Display Development at eMagin and managing Philips’ LCOS display product development. His current responsibilities encompass managing OLED manufacturing, engineering, microdisplay design, and R&D. Previous work includes program management and development of electronics and packaging for field emissive and active matrix liquid crystal displays. Prior to joining eMagin Corporation (then FED Corporation) in 1995, he had been working for Pixtech in France and OIS Optical Imaging Systems in Troy, MI. He received his Diplôme d’Ingénieur from E.N.S.E.R.G., Grenoble France in 1983. Mr. Prache has published numerous papers in publications such as the IBM Journal of Development, and Proceedings of SID, SPIE, and ISSCC, and holds several patents related to the design of OLED-on-silicon microdisplays.
Joe Saltarelli was announced as Vice President of Operations for eMagin in September, 2017. Mr. Saltarelli joins us with over 25 years of semiconductor, thin films, and packaging manufacturing experience holding engineering and management positions in process engineering, equipment maintenance, production, and operations. Most recently, Joe was Senior Director of Manufacturing Operations for GLOBALFOUNDRIES where he managed their 24×7 300mm wafer production line in Hopewell Junction, New York. Previously, he held numerous management positions at IBM for packaging, thin films and semiconductor operations. A longtime resident of the Hudson Valley, Joe also sits on the Board of Directors of the Council of Industry, a not for profit organization which promotes and supports advances in manufacturing in companies throughout the area. Joe holds a B.S. in Ceramic Engineering and Materials Science from Rutgers University as well as an MBA specializing in Technology Management.
Mr. Hughes was appointed to VP Business Development at eMagin in September 2010 after serving as Senior Director, Legislative Operations at Raytheon Company from 2004 to 2010. Mr. Hughes has an extensive military history; he was Director, Congressional Appropriations Liaison in the Office of the Secretary of the Navy from 2002 to 2004, concurrently served as the Commanding Officer of Naval Station Pearl Harbor and Chief of Staff of Navy Region Hawaii from 1998 to 2000, and he earned his MA in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College in 1989. Mr. Hughes also earned his MS in Management from Salve Regina University in 1989.
Eric Braddom is currently the Vice President and General Manager, Augmented and Virtual Reality Solutions, at Flex Ltd. Prior to joining Flex in 2015, he was the Vice President of Strategy within the Consumer Solutions division at TE Connectivity, formerly Tyco Electronics, where he worked with the executive team to manage and grow the $800 million consumer devices business. Previously, Mr. Braddom spent two years at Freescale Semiconductor as Director of Global Marketing for the eReaders consumer segment and 12 years at Texas Instruments in positions of increasing responsibility, focused primarily on the Digital Light Processing™ display business, including starting operations in Shanghai and Taiwan. Mr. Braddom received an MBA from the University of Texas and a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis.
Paul Cronson has served as a director since July of 2003. Mr. Cronson is Managing Director of Larkspur Capital Corporation, which he founded in 1992. Larkspur is a broker dealer that is a member of the National Association of Securities Dealers and advises companies seeking private equity or debt. Mr. Cronson’s career in finance began
in 1979 at Laidlaw, Adams Peck where he worked in asset management and corporate finance. From 1983 to 1985, Mr. Cronson worked with Samuel Montagu Co., Inc. in London, where he marketed eurobond issuers and structured transactions.
Subsequently from 1985 to 1987, he was employed by Chase Investment Bank Ltd., where he structured international debt securities and he developed “synthetic asset” products using derivatives. Returning to the U.S., he joined Peter Sharp Co., where he managed a real estate portfolio, structured financings and assisted with capital market investments from until 1992. Mr. Cronson received his BA from Columbia College in 1979, and his MBA from Columbia University School of Business Administration in 1982. He is on the Board of Umbanet, in New York City, a private company specializing in email based distributed applications and secure messaging.
Ellen Richstone was appointed as member of the Board of Directors and Chair of its Audit Committee in July 2014. Ms. Richstone is 62 years old has served as the Chief Financial Officer of several public and private companies between 1989 and 2012, including Rohr Aerospace (a Fortune 500 Company). From 2002 to 2004, Ms. Richstone was the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Entrepreneurial Resources Group. From 2004 until its sale in 2007, Ms. Richstone served as the financial expert on the board of directors of American Power Conversion. Ms. Richstone currently serves on, and was designated a financial expert by, the board of directors of BioAmber Inc. (BIOA, NYSE), a public industrial biotechnology company producing sustainable chemicals. She also currently serves on the corporate advisory boards of Paxeramed, a medical device company, and Pro Teck Valuation Services, and on the boards of non-profit organizations Employment Resources Inc. and the National Association of Corporate Directors-New England. In April 2013, Ms. Richstone was given the first annual Distinguished Director Award from the Corporate Directors Group. Ms. Richstone graduated from Scripps College in Claremont California and holds graduate degrees from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Ms. Richstone also completed the Advanced Professional Certificate in Finance at New York University’s Graduate School of Business Administration and attended the Executive Development program at Cornell University’s Business School. Ms. Richstone holds an Executive Master’s Certification in Director Governance from the American College of Corporate Directors.
Andrew G. Sculley, Jr. has served as the Company’s Chief Executive Officer and President since June 1, 2008 and continues to serve as Chief Executive Officer. From 2004 to 2008 Mr. Sculley served as the General Manager of Kodak’s OLED Systems Business Unit and Vice President of Kodak’s Display Business, where he forged a number of alliances with flat panel display manufacturers. From 2001 to 2004, he was the CFO of Kodak’s Display Business. From 2003 to 2006, he served on the Board of Directors of SK Display, a joint venture between Sanyo and Kodak to manufacture active matrix OLED displays. From 1996 to 2001 Mr. Sculley served on as the Manager of Operations, CFO and member of the Board of Directors of Kodak Japan Ltd., where he managed Distribution, Information Technologies, Legal, Purchasing and Finance. Previously, he held positions in strategic planning and finance in Eastman Kodak Company. Mr. Sculley holds an MBA from Carnegie-Mellon University and an MS in physics from Cornell University. He attended Harvard University’s International Senior Management Program while an executive at Kodak.
Brigadier General Stephen Seay since leaving active military service joined the Board of Directors for Kid’s House of Seminole County, Florida (child advocacy); eMagin Corporation, New York (OLED/microdisplay); and Atlantis Cyberspace, Inc., Hawaii (simulation/training), incorporated as Seay Business Solutions, LLC, Florida, in addition to being an Associate in The Spectrum Group, Alexandria, Virginia.
He held a wide variety of command and staff positions during his thirty-three year Army career, culminating as the Program Executive Officer for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) and Commanding General, Joint Contracting Command-Iraq/Head of Contracting Authority, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq. He was Program Manager for a Joint system, headed the Joint Target Oversight Council and was Commanding General, Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Command (STRICOM), Army Materiel Command prior to reorganization into PEO STRI in 2002.
As a Field Artillery officer, General Seay commanded at all levels, culminating as V Corps Artillery Commander, United States Army, Europe. He served as Chief of Staff, United States Army, Europe (Forward) and National Security Element, Taszar Hungary, during Operation Joint Endeavor. He held operational, resource management, operations research and acquisition positions, as well as serving as Military Assistant to the Secretary of the Army during three tours on Department of the Army staff.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New Hampshire and a Master of Science degree from the North Carolina State University.
Dr. Jill J. Wittels has served as a director and Chairman of the Board since August, 2011. She served on the Company’s Board previously from 2003 to 2006. From 2001 until July, 2011, Dr. Wittels was Corporate Vice President, Business and Technology Strategy of L-3 Communications. Her responsibilities at L-3 included developing strategies for growth, oversight of R&D, diligence support for M&A, and cross-company business development coordination. From 1979 to 2001 she held a variety of positions with BAE Systems, including Vice President and General Manager, Acting President and Vice President of Engineering. She served on the board of Innovative Micro Technology, Inc. from 2002 through July 2011, and from June 1995 through June 2011 on the Board of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, a laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of High Energy Physics. She also served on the board of Millivision, Inc. from 2002 to 2006. Dr. Wittels holds a BS and a PhD in Physics, both from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
eMagin demonstrated our DPD capability in 2016 and our WUXGA microdisplay has achieved greater than 4500nits.