Dan Gale is a technology strategy consultant. Over a 40-year career he worked in microelectronics and photonics R&D in capacities directed at improving the applied readiness of early stage technologies. This activity started with guided communications electromagnetics, including photonics, in the United Kingdom and shifted to microelectronics on return to Canada in 1982. In 2018 he retired from CMC Microsystems as Vice-President and Chief Technology Officer where in later years he had promoted the use of silicon platforms for applied photonics and quantum technologies. While at CMC he shaped Canada’s National Design Network through leadership in a variety of roles from within the company as well locally, nationally and internationally while serving on the boards or committees of affiliated industry or scientific organizations.
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