Mostafa Peysokhan, PhD

Opto-Mechanical Engineer at Keysight Technologies

I am currently an Optomechanical engineer at Keysight Technologies, I am a part of the research and development team working on the new generation Laser Interferometers used in high-end  EUV lithography machines. I was an Optomechanical engineer at Veeco which is known as a global provider of semiconductor capital equipment for front-end processes, advanced packaging processes, EUV/photomask applications, and laser spike annealing. I also worked as an opto-mechnical engineer at the SBU space simulation facility for three years.  I got my Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico in the field of Optical Science and Engineering. I am furthermore involved in the entrepreneurial activity to make a commercial device and find a market for the MACSLA. My primary research focus was on novel methods for heat mitigation in high-power fiber lasers and amplifiers and also the propagation of light in novel disordered optical fibers.