Bowman Technical Team Appoints Principal Engineer


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Bowman, a US manufacturer of XRF quality control instruments, has announced a principal addition to its headquarters organization. 

Xin Jiang joined the company as Principal Electrical/Firmware Engineer. He holds an MSE (Master of Science, Electrical Engineering) and has 30+ years of experience in digital circuits, embedded software, and product design.  He has an impressive record with UL, CE, and FDA compliance and testing, and will lead Bowman’s effort in designing electronics for automated XRF tools and next-generation instruments.

In his previous posts, he specialized in HPLC chromatography and X-ray technology for medical device applications, and was a consulting test engineer for Teradyne, a semiconductor test equipment provider.

His responsibilities at Bowman cover firmware, product design, and regulatory compliance; he reports to Engineering Manager, Robert Magyar. 

Bowman is a leading manufacturer of precision XRF plating measurement systems, providing equipment evaluation, selection, commissioning, maintenance and quality systems modernization throughout North America, South America, and Eurasia.

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