With over 10 years of experience in MEMS, BioMEMS, and microfabrication, Eric focuses on transitioning exploratorive research into commercial application. Prior to joining L'Oreal, Eric earned his doctorate in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT where he focused on using inkjet printing for additive microfabrication. In addition to his doctoral experience, Eric has designed MEMS devices and microfluidics for chemical synthesis, entropy characterization, and cell manipulation and culturing.

At L'Oreal, Eric joined the incubator where he identifies and develops technology, and utilizes his microfabrication experience for developing various miniaturized electronics and sensors for evaluating skin health and other biological signals.