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Tiger Optics appoints product manager of its environmental division

15 July 2011 | By Mark Osborne | Going Places

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Dr. Graham Leggett Dr. Graham Leggett has joined Tiger Optics as its new product manager of its environmental division that supplies laser-based trace gas analyzers. Dr. Leggett previously served as a project director and manager at AEA Technology plc.

“With such expertise, Graham is the ideal manager for our new environmental unit, which we formed to address the critical needs to measure and curb emissions,” said Lisa Bergson, Tiger Optics’ founder and chief executive. “We receive daily requests from people around the world, who wish to use our powerful CW-CRDS technology for all sorts of environmental applications. Graham will help us sort this out and spearhead the development of the best products.”

At AEA, Dr Leggett oversaw such projects as the UK’s National Atmospheric Emissions Inventory, the UK’s Greenhouse Gases Inventory, and the European Topic Centre on Air Pollution and Climate Change Mitigation. Earlier in his career, he managed a portfolio of projects at the National Physical Laboratory relating to atmospheric environmental measurements, for a total of nine years’ experience in the greenhouse gas and air quality sectors.

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