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After successfully promoting the technology internally and externally through a period of explosive growth, he took a position in Production Engineering for the development of first generation portable projectors. His final position included responsibility for novel approaches and new technologies utilizing and enabling Digital Light Processing (tm) insertion points, providing strategic direction in understanding competitive assessment and intelligence, and coordinating the DLP™ Products Coop programs and technical publication management. Dr. Gale is an author of more than a dozen technical publications, and holds patents in MEMS design, processing, packaging, control circuits, and system utilization concepts.
Dr. Gale is currently pursuing new career directions that will build on and expand his experience in microelectromechanical systems, novel data analysis techniques, information creation and distribution systems, and communications technologies. He accepted a tenured Professorship in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX, that began 1 June, 2002.
Avocational interests include observational astronomy, home theater design, and digital photography.
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