David Neuschuler has joined RASIRC as its engineering manager, where he will be responsible for development of the company's semiconductor, photovoltaics and nanotechnology products. Neuschuler has over 30 years of engineering and management experience, most recently as director of technology development at Teledyne Advanced Pollution Instrumentation.
Neuschuler gained a BSc in electronic technology from Southern Illinois University and went on to study management, physics, mathematics, microprocessor and electrical engineering at the University of California, San Diego. He started his career at Tetra Tech/Honeywell, later joining Biospherical Instruments, where he rose from lead engineer to vice president of engineering and manufacturing, before taking up his role as director at Teledyne.
“David has a long history with instrumentation and electrical systems that brings a new dimension to the technical capabilities of the company,” said Jeffrey Spiegelman, RASIRC founder and president. “His leadership will allow us to advance our products beyond purification and flow control.”
“As a high growth company, RASIRC has an excitement about it that was compelling to me,” said Neuschuler. “I see the current RASIRC product as the cornerstone of a group that will be valuable, significant and useful for many industries.”