Harry has been working in the area of ultrasound imaging since 2008. Starting as a software developer for ultrasound imaging, he grew interests in this particular imaging modality and decided to pursue a higher degree focusing on transducer development. Over the years he has been involved in various projects ranging from the development of high-frequency ultrasonic transducer arrays to back-end signal processing including beamforming and flow imaging.
Since joining GE Research in 2017, Harry has been working primarily on acoustic design and transducer development. Recently he has also moved into new areas of novel transducer development and additive manufacturing.