Kathleen Muray, PhD
Founder and Chief Technical Officer
Kathleen's experience includes leading the Optical Metrology Laboratory at Siemens OptoElectronics in Cupertino, CA; design and development of intracardiac pressure transducers and investigation of light effects in silicon Schottky barriers at Hewlett-Packard Labs; and design of silicon pressure sensors and solar cells at Fairchild Semiconductor. Kathleen received her PhD in 1990 from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest in Applied Sciences, an M.S. in Engineering Science from the University of California, and a Diploma in Physics from the Eotvos Lorant University in Budapest. Her publications and presentations include CORM, CIE, SPIE and OSA conferences and symposia. Kathleen founded Inphora in 1989.
Lawrence Muray, PhD
Chief Executive Officer
Lawrence’s areas of expertise include optics, electron optics, nanolithography, nano-devices, and MEMS devices. After receiving his PhD in Applied Physics from Cornell University, he has worked in research and development at IBM Research, Lawrence Berkeley Labs, Etec Systems, Glimmerglass Networks, Agilent Technologies and KLA Tencor. He was co-founder and CEO of Novelx, a startup in electron beam lithography which was then acquired by Agilent Technologies. He has published more than 35 papers and holds 15 patents. Lawrence joined Inphora in 2015.
Director of Operations
Shelly has a multifaceted background which includes a career as an orthopedic physical therapist along with years of experience as the owner of a graphic design company. She is delighted to join the Inphora team and strives to oversee operations in a way that yields a superior product, in a timely manner, with happy customers. Shelly is a graduate of the University of Vermont (BS), Long Island University (MS), and Evidence in Motion (DPT). Shelly joined Inphora in 2015.