Guest : Brian Creber, President, B-Con Engineering
What’s it like being a small manufacturer, building components that will eventually go into a Space Mission? How do companies work with universities to help with Research and Development?
“What we don’t understand about the universe far outweighs what we understand.”
Guest bio: Brian Creber
Brian Creber is President of B-Con Engineering. Established in 1988 as a contract optical system design and prototype fabrication service provider, B-Con continues to meet the critical needs of the high-tech sector for optical engineering and optical component fabrication.
In 1997 B-Con set out to establish itself as a world leader in optical component and optical system manufacturing by providing turnkey optical engineering, prototyping and production services. B-Con is the ultimate partner for optical component fabrication and optical component outsourcing.
Today, B-Con holds numerous patents in the diamond turning and metrology fields. These patents demonstrate how B-Con is on the leading edge of optical engineering, taking optical component fabrication to another level.
Brian has 45 years of Engineering experience in the Lasers, Optics, and Systems Engineering field.
He graduated from Queens University in Engineering Physics in 1975.