Two New Application Engineers for Teledyne RD Instruments22/06/2012
|Teledyne RD Instruments is pleased to announce the promotion of two key employees to the position of Application Engineer. Greg Rivalan (left) has been promoted to the position of Application Engineer for the Navigation Product Line where he will put his vast experience to work providing pre-sales application and product integration support to the Navigation customers. Matt (right) Burdyny has recently been promoted from the Field Service team to our Marine Measurements team, where he now serves as an application engineer for ocean-based ADCP applications.|
Greg joined Teledyne RDI as a Field Service Engineer in 2005. Before joining the company, Greg obtained a Master of Science in Signal Processing and Telecommunication while living in France, followed by a Master of Science in Ocean Engineering from Florida Atlantic University. Since 2007, Greg has served as TRDI’s Technical Services Supervisor, and supported our Marine Measurements team.
Matt will be providing pre‐sales technical and logistical support for our customers with unique applications as they work together to stretch the boundaries of how and where ADCPs can be used. Matt joined Teledyne RDI as a field service engineer in 2008, where he put his experience in sensor integration and his Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Victoria to work supporting our customers with after‐sales service and support.
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