The initial founders of Ophtimalia, Peter Biermans and Philippe Cauvet respectively president & CEO  and Vice president & technical director, have complementary competences in the field of micro-electronics.

Peter Biermans, has a Masters' degree in micro-electronics and in Business Marketing from the Technical University of Eindhoven (The Netherlands).
From 1985 to 1992, he worked at Philips in Eindhoven as a research engineer, and managed an application support team for telecommunication IC's.
From 1992 to 2009, he held various functions at Philips/NXP in Caen (France) as marketing manager, product line manager and innovation manager.

Philippe Cauvet, obtained in 1989 a Master's degree in Physics-Instrumentation from the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers.
After several years in the automotive industry, he joint Philips Semiconductors Caen (France) in 1994 as a test engineer for multimedia data converters.
From 1998, he managed the test and product engineering team of the Product Line « Imaging and Converters », in charge of the test development and the industrialization.
In 2004, he joint a newly created entity within Philips Semiconductors (now NXP Semiconductors), where he was in charge of the development of innovative test solutions for SiP (System-in-Package) technologies. Implied in several collaborative European projects, he is the technical coordinator of the French partners.

Together they totalize over 50 years of international experience in the micro-electronics industry.
The company has employees with strong competences in the development and industrialization of sensors, electronic systems, embedded software, and in international business management.

Teamwork, mutual respect and perseverance are important values that form the DNA of the company. 

Headquarters : OPHTIMALIA 5 Esplanade Anton Philips - Campus EffiScience - 14460 Colombelles - France - Tél. : + 33 (0) 2 31 34 14 22       

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