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Phil Nash

Phil Nash, Chief Scientist of Stingray Geophysical, a TGS Company, has 25 years’ experience of fibre-optic sensor development, beginning with deployment in 1986 of the world’s first seabed optical hydrophone array while working for Marconi.
He later held various positions in UK defence research laboratories and QinetiQ, where he pioneered the use of fibre-optic acoustic technology for non-defence applications such as seabed seismic. He has published over 35 papers and authored 15 patents. He currently has overall responsibility for the core “listening with light®” technology used in Stingray PRM systems.
He has a BSc in Physics from Imperial College, London and is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics.

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