Randy Reibel, Phd - President & CEO
Leading our efforts, is Dr. Randy Reibel.
Dr. Reibel has nearly two decades of experience in the fields of optical signal processing, spatial-spectral and digital holography, lidar, compressive sensing, and solid state physics.
Dr. Reibel provides extensive experience, including his PhD thesis, in photonic signal processing and spectral holography and its application to systems, including broadband true time delay for phased array beamsteering, wideband arbitrary waveform generation, range-Doppler correlators and lidar systems. His experience with advanced imaging algorithms includes sparse aperture and synthetic aperture imaging at optical wavelengths.
DR. REIBEL IS A PROVEN TECHNICAL LEADER.
He has effectively managed and directed a diverse group of scientists, technicians, and administrative personnel on systems critical tasks - with an extensive track record in the rapid prototyping and commercialization of optical systems.
His work has included successful testing and demonstrations of a prototype photonic signal processor at MIT-Lincoln Laboratory’s Lexington Development Radar Hardware test bed that ultimately made images of the International Space Station using ballistic missile defense radars on the Kwajalein Atoll.
Dr. Reibel has overseen complex lidar hardware test efforts twice at the Yuma Proving Grounds, at the Camp Roberts, at the USGS Fredericksburg Geomagnetic Observatory, and at the U.S. Army’s Redstone Arsenal.
Dr. Reibel is also a serial entrepreneur and has been involved in four startups throughout his career. He has led contract R&D efforts from NSF, DoD, DARPA and has been responsible for a variety of commercial and other defense related customers.
Dr. Randy Reibel has over 30 refereed publications and conference proceedings, as well as five patents.