Morf3D adds Matthew Parker and Behrang Poorganji to leadership team

Companies & Markets
February 16, 2022

February 16, 2022

Dr Behrang Poorganji (L) and Matthew Parker (R) have joined the Morf3D leadership team (Courtesy Morf3D)

Morf3D, Inc, a Nikon subsidiary headquartered in El Segundo, California, USA, has added Matthew Parker and Dr Behrang Poorganji to its leadership team.

“We look forward to applying their passion and expertise in engineering and material science to our ever-expanding aerospace & defence client base,” stated Ivan Madera, CEO.

Parker joins the company as the Director of Engineering Services, a role in which he will work alongside the current Morf3D engineering team to provide technical customer service and collaboration. Prior to this role, Parker served as the Director of Senior Additive at Senior Aerospace, where he provided leadership to a team that delivered over thirty production AM parts in 2021.

While serving at Senior Aerospace, he also lead technical business development activities to increase global revenue, led the purchase and implementation of equipment and developed a Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) AM process in compliance with FAA and customer regulations.

Dr Poorganji will serve as VP of Materials Technology, where it is anticipated that he will continue the company’s outreach into industry and academia, while acting as a guiding hand in Morf3D’s AM materials and technology journey. Dr Poorganji holds a PhD in metallurgy and materials processing from Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan and he has spent his career working in advanced metallic materials processing.

He has worked as a senior advisor and consultant, helping to drive the adoption of AM in both domestic and international markets. Most recently, he served as Professor and Director of Advanced Manufacturing at The University of Toledo, Ohio, USA.

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