CHIEF TECHNICAL OFFICER
Dr. Bruno Pouet’s work has been devoted to the design and improvement of optical and acoustical techniques for application in nondestructive evaluation. As a research scientist at Northwestern University from 1991 to 97, Bruno established and advanced many innovative techniques and technologies. These include a photorefractive heterodyne interferometer and optical noise reduction technique for speckle interferometry (Patent: US5481356), among many others.
Today, Bruno brings his extensive R&D experience in optics, acoustics, electronics and mechanics to his position as Sound & Bright’s Chief Technical Officer. His laser ultrasonic sensor based on multi-channel random-quadrature interferometry (Patent US7978341, US7864338, US7729881) is the basis of our Quartet system. We are the only LU system manufacturer on the market to use this innovative and proprietary technology. Bruno is also responsible for designing our Two-wave-mixing based Tempo systems, including our Tempo 2D which was developed with a grant from the National Science Foundation.