Jacques Raymond Charlier, French biomedical engineer, researcher. Achievements include patents in France, Europe, and United States - instrument for visual field and visual electrophysiology examination; automated image analysis for eye movement recording; gaze controlled viewing field for visual aids. Named Laureat, biomedical Engineering Foundation Nord Entreprendre, 1988, health security prize Society Generale, 1989.
Charlier, Jacques Raymond was born on June 9, 1951 in Ferriere La Grande, France. Son of Lucien and Yvette (Dimus) Charlier.
Engineer, Central School Lyon, France, 1974. Master of Science, Pennsylvania State University, 1976. Doctor, University Lille, France, 1979.
Research assistant Pennsylvania State University, State College, 1975-1976. Research engineer Essilor International, Paris, 1982-1985. Research attache National Institute Health and Medical Research, Lille, 1978-1981, in charge research, 1986-1990, director research, since 1991.
Director technique Metrovision, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France, since 1986.
Contributor articles to French Journal Ophthalmology, Optical Engineering, Medical Biological Engineering, others.
Married Cathy Buquet, July 17, 1990. Children: Florence, Pierre.