Following a very productive internship in the R&D team, Lauren Manton has joined QLM on a permanent basis as an R&D Engineer.
Chris Wardle joins the QLM team to lead operations & manufacturing
Chris brings over 25 years of experience in operations, manufacturing and engineering to QLM, having held senior operations and leadership positions in optoelectronics, volume electronics, instrumentation and the aviation and aerospace industries. In these past roles, he has focused on business and quality improvement in growing organizations, including lean philosophy and implementation, strategic sourcing, root cause analysis and design for manufacturing.
Chris said, “QLM is a very exciting and dynamic early-stage company with industry-leading technology that’s poised to make a real difference to the wider environment through the detection of greenhouse gases. I am very pleased to be able to help develop this technology and scale the operation as this will make the greatest impact. I’m looking forward to working with and developing the team to meet the challenge and aspirations of the organization and the community as a whole.”
And in other news…
On the eve of COP26, QLM carried out the first trial of the quantum gas camera at a real-world site, hosted by SPLICE Project industrial partners National Grid Gas and supported by the National Physical Laboratory.
QLM is excited to announce David Lowndes as the newest member of the team, joining as Lidar Systems Engineer.