John Yeatman – Managing Director
Text Box: John has a BA & MA in Chemistry from Oxford University. He has worked in ATL since 1983, initially as a researcher, then project manager, then technical director. The main activity of the company is the exploitation of chemical vapour deposition (CVD) technology, a major part of that being research and development.

Calvin Prentice – Technical Director
Text Box: Calvin has a BA in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University and a MSc in Advanced Materials Technology from the University of Surrey. He worked at ATL from 1986-1989 in the field of chemical vapour deposition and since then has worked for a variety of companies within the field of ceramics, CVD and materials development.

Kiri Velau – CVD Scientist
Text Box: Kiri has a BEng in Chemical and Process Engineering from the University of Surrey. Having worked as a process engineer in other fields of science for 4 years, Kiri joined ATL in June 2005. He is now responsible for running many of the R&D experiments.

Sue Crane – Accounts Executive
Text Box: Sue has a BComm in Accounts from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. She has worked for a number of well-known companies in both South Africa and London. Sue joined ATL in April 2006 and has taken over most of the work previously done by Wendy Archer.

Mark Bowry – Electrical Engineer
Text Box: Mark joined ATL in February 2009 after 24 years at Conair Ltd. He is vastly experienced in the design & construction of control systems. He is responsible for the design and construction of all ATL’s CVD & CVI equipment control systems. He writes the PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) programmes and sets up the HMI (Human Machine Interface).

Pierre Montagard – Project Manager
Text Box: Pierre joined ATL in May 2010 from CEAMAG in France. French/English bilingual, he has a Master’s Degree in mechanical engineering from the French National School of Engineering. He is responsible for mechanical designs and managing ATL’s CVD system builds for both in house and external customers. Wendy Archer.