Dr. Adrian Guckian to Lead Ocean Optics’ Sensors Business Unit

Dunedin, FL (September 11, 2012) – Ocean Optics  has appointed Adrian Guckian, Ph.D., Director of its Sensors business unit.

Dr. Adrian Guckian, Director Ocean Optics’ Sensors Business Unit

Dr. Adrian Guckian, Director Ocean Optics’ Sensors Business Unit

As Director of the Sensors business unit Guckian will lead the company’s global sensors team in developing new products, such as high-volume, low-cost sensor platforms for a number of new markets. An alternative to traditional chemical sensing, Ocean Optics’ pH and O2 optical sensors are used in a range of applications including life sciences, quality control, pharmaceutical processing and food and beverage manufacturing. With a variety of sampling options and detection technologies, the products can be used in the lab, field and incorporated into other devices by OEMs.

Guckian spent five years with Gas Sensor Solutions (Dublin, Ireland), serving as Chemicals and Materials Manager and later as General Manager. Subsequently, he has worked as a management consultant in the biotech and healthcare fields, and most recently worked as the Head of School of Business and Law at Dublin Business School (Dublin, Ireland), Ireland’s largest private third level institution. Guckian holds a Bachelor of Science in Pure and Applied Chemistry and a Doctorate in Inorganic Chemistry from Dublin City University (Dublin, Ireland), as well as an Executive MBA from the Smurfit School of Business, University College Dublin.

To learn more about Ocean Optics sensor offerings, visit http://www.oceanopticssensors.com/.

2 Responses to “Dr. Adrian Guckian to Lead Ocean Optics’ Sensors Business Unit”

  1. Dear Adrian,
    with our best Wishes for the New Year, I would like to enclose a picture of our Photochemistry group (name now changed in Photochemical Nanosciences), picture taken on the stairs of our dept Ciamician, in occasion of the Nature Award for Mentoring in Science received by Vincenzo Balzani. I tried to use your old e-mail address, but it didn’t work. If you want to receive our picture, with coomments, please send your new e-mail
    Maria Teresa and Roberto Ballardini
    (University of Bologna)
    P.S. Our best greetings and wishes also to your family.

  2. Lisa Wallner says:

    Thank you for your message, I will forward it on your behalf.

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