Thinh has a degree in Physics from the University of Washington. While there, he was part of the elementary particle experiment group, setting up a data acquisition system for a particle detector. He then worked as a surgical laser technician before joining VICIS, where his role spans a broad range from prototyping and casting to IAM building and testing.

“VICIS has presented me with the opportunity to learn and grow by solving the challenges of making sports a safer, better place.”

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