Mark W. Miles, originally from Atlanta, Ga., received his SB in Electrical Engineering from MIT in 1985. He has over six years of experience in micro electromechanical and materials processing, and is the inventor of Interferometric Modulator (IMod) technology, a simple MEM structure which replicates "structural color." In 1994, Miles and Erik Larson '87 ME founded Iridigm Display Corporation in Boston, a developer of reflective flat panel displays (FPD's) that produce vibrant colors, can be viewed in bright sunlight, and can be produced inexpensively. Iridigm has been incubated in the MIT. Material Science Department Shared Experimental Facility and is currently completing development of initial IMod display prototypes. Miles serves as Iridigm's Chief Technical Officer.
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