MSEE, Northeastern Univ, 1989; MBA, Va Tech, 1993; BSEE, Union College, 1985
As president of Voxtel, Inc., Mr. Williams oversees Voxtel’s R&D/commercial product development, technical strategy, and market channel development. Mr. Williams also contributes technically in engineering X‑ray, UV, visible, NIR, infrared, night vision, and multi-spectral EO systems. He has researched, designed, and manufactured image sensors, imaging systems, and image processing algorithms for more than 27 years. His specific technical expertise include active/passive EO system design and modeling, silicon CCDs and CMOS imagers, InGaAs imagers, image-intensified detectors, and HgCdTe detector design and manufacturing. He also leads development of Voxtel’s technologies related to nanocomposite optics, nanocrystal-based photovoltaics and infrared detectors, thermoelectric coolers, and upconverting/downconverting nanocrystal film devices. Previously, as executive VP and general manager of PixelVision, Inc. and its sister company, SITe, Inc., he managed the teams that designed, manufactured, and delivered CCD technology to commercial and government programs, including imagers for the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) and Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) installed on the Hubble Space Telescope, the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), the Space Shuttle, the Chandra X-ray Observatory, as well as other important NASA and DoD missions; and led the commercialization of the first science-grade CCDs used in digital photography, x-ray mammography, dental imaging, spectroscopy, and microscopy. While at ITT Night Vision, he developed considerable experience in image-intensified night vision goggles (NVGs) and infrared detector design and development, and led commercialization of the night vision technology in the NightMariner and NightEnforcer product lines. Mr. Williams is a U.S. citizen and holds a DoD Top Secret security clearance.