Analogic taps Miller as CEO

February 14, 2001

A new leader has been named at Analogic. Company founder, board chairman, and CEO Bernard M. Gordon announced Jan. 25 that Thomas J. Miller Jr., will assume the role of CEO effective Feb 1. Gordon will remain as board chairman.Gordon, who founded

A new leader has been named at Analogic. Company founder, board chairman, and CEO Bernard M. Gordon announced Jan. 25 that Thomas J. Miller Jr., will assume the role of CEO effective Feb 1. Gordon will remain as board chairman.

Gordon, who founded Analogic in 1969, is an R&D icon, having developed numerous technologies, notably the first high-speed analog-to-digital converter. He was awarded the National Medal of Technology in 1986. Miller has served as president and COO of Analogic for the past 15 months. During this time he developed and began implementing a five-year strategic plan. Prior to joining Analogic, Miller had been president and CEO of Carl Zeiss, Inc., world general manager of Carl Zeiss Medical Group, and group vice president of imaging systems for Siemens Medical Systems' North American operations.