At 3 Micron Laser Technology, we believe our uncompromising quality, trust, integrity, respect, teamwork and innovation make a difference. We deliver technologies, solutions and services to support our customers’ critical missions, as when they succeed, we succeed! It is our great privilege and pleasure to serve you, and we look forward to helping you enhance your success.
Laryssa Skolnik, president of 3 Micron Laser Technology, is a 2014 graduate from University of New Mexico, Anderson School of Management, Albuquerque, NM, USA with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Marketing & Operations and a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Entrepreneurial Studies. With a combination of her education and prior skills, knowledge and experience from her multi years of service in both commercial and government entities, including Sandia National Laboratories, she is dedicated to establishing the finest standards for excellence, not only to meet customers’ special technological needs, but also to offer unparalleled services.
Graduated from University of Illinois Chicago, USA in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), Thong Nguyen worked at Komag, Inc. for 20 years as Equipment Engineer and then Equipment Manager. He also served as Senior Principal Engineer at Western Digital Corporation, and later became an independent researcher & consultant, prior to joining the 3 Micron Laser Technology team. Through brilliant teamwork, collaborative efforts and excellent expertise, as vice-president and chief operating officer of 3 Micron Laser, Thong effectively and efficiently oversees our operation management, including manufacturing and testing, to ensure product high quality and reliability.
Receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics in 1986 from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA along with his Ph.D. in Physics in 2003 from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA and a Postdoctoral Fellow at Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, Binh Do is our highly talented, seasoned laser expert. Combining his outstanding technical skills and excellent professional hands-on experience with his brilliant, innovative, forward-thinking scientific approach, for over fifteen years, he has been actively and instrumentally engaged in numerous state-of-the art research projects regarding laser-induced damage processes in metal, dielectric, and semiconductor materials. Binh successfully designed, engineered and developed advanced specialized near-infrared and mid-wave infrared lasers for various progressive technological studies & examinations. He is enthusiastically looking forward to assisting our customers with their specific laser needs, requirements and applications.
With over 30 years of experience in the electronics industry, Jay Skolnik, PE, a well-respected, seasoned licensed professional electrical engineer, has developed a multitude of innovative products utilized in the different industries, including avionics, commercial, industrial, medical, automotive, and sports entertainment. Upon graduating from University of Missouri-Rolla in 1983, USA with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), Jay worked at McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing), designing flight simulators for military aircraft. He then joined Sperry Flight Systems (now Honeywell), developing advanced avionics instrumentations for defense applications. Jay is the co-founder of Skolnik Technical Training Institute, an organization specializing in electronics training, electrical engineering design & consulting. Employing his extensive experience from the avionics industry to the needs of global jewelry manufacturers, he had instrumentally brought science to the art of laser welding and successfully assisted with the CE (Conformite Europeenne) certification of the laser welder. Applying lasers on smaller scales, he creatively devised the electronic power/temperature/angle control for a non-invasive glucometer using polarized laser light. His progressive research projects with directed energy and pulse power have guided the way to precise primary/secondary camera synchronization systems. As the Principal Electrical Engineer of 3 Micron Laser Technology, Jay oversees the electrical & electronic aspects of the laser systems by developing and designing the reliable essential segments required by the 3-micron lasers for energy and power control of laser systems for military and medical applications.