Teradyne | Corporate
Greg Smith is the President and CEO of Teradyne. In February 2023, he became Teradyne’s CEO and joined the board of directors. Since 2020, Greg has been the President of Teradyne’s Industrial Automation Group (now Robotics), growing the revenue 44%. Greg joined Teradyne’s Semiconductor Test Division in 2006 as the Marketing Manager for digital test and held a number of roles, ultimately leading the group as Division President from 2017 to 2020, when revenue grew over 50%. Prior to Teradyne, Greg held engineering, marketing and leadership positions in groups developing test equipment at Raytheon and LTX. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
Sanjay Mehta was appointed Teradyne’s Chief Financial Officer in April 2019 and oversees Teradyne’s finance, information technology, global infrastructure and supply line management functions, including new product introduction and manufacturing operations. Prior to joining Teradyne, Sanjay served in a variety of senior financial management and leadership roles in Qualcomm’s semiconductor group (QCT), including segment Chief Financial Officer from 2010 to 2015 and President of QCT China from 2016 to 2018. He began his career at Price Waterhouse Canada and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1995. Sanjay holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto.
Charles Gray is vice president, general counsel and secretary of Teradyne with responsibility for the worldwide legal affairs of Teradyne. Charles joined Teradyne from Sonus Networks where he was Vice President and General Counsel from 2002 to 2008. Prior to Sonus, he served as General Counsel of Appian Communications and ArrowPoint Communications. He was Associate General Counsel at Wang Global from 1996 through its acquisition by Getronics in 1999. He began his career as a trial attorney at Hale and Dorr from 1988 to 1996, where he specialized in technology and antitrust litigation. Prior to entering private practice, he clerked for The Honorable J. Lawrence Irving in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. Charles is a graduate of Georgetown University and Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley.
Jim Mahon joined Teradyne in 1980, holding progressively senior roles before being named Vice President of the Global Services organization. Jim has led production support and interface solutions services for the past 23 years, spearheading initiatives and innovations that ensure customers get maximum value from their investment in Teradyne test systems. In 2023 Jim was named interim Vice President of Human Resources, while still holding his role leading the Global Services team. Jim is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, holding a bachelor’s of science degree in Electrical Engineering.
Tim Moriarty is the Vice President of Corporate Development at Teradyne. Prior to this role, he served as the President of AutoGuide and was the leader of Teradyne’s Nextest business unit for over 10 years where he led their market share growth in the hyper-competitive memory test equipment market from under 10% to over 40% in 2020. Tim is a proven leader of technology driven organizations serving demanding markets that value equipment performance, reliability, superior economics and great product support.
Teradyne | Test
Rick Burns joined Teradyne in 2007 and has served in a variety of roles, including Vice President of Semiconductor Test Engineering. He has over 30 years of engineering, engineering management and business leadership experience and holds a BS in Physics from the University of California, Los Angeles and an MSEE from the California State University, Northridge.
John Wood is the Vice President and General Manager of Teradyne's System Test Group. Prior to this role, he was General Manager of the Defense and Aerospace test business since 2012. John was named a Vice President in 2014. He joined Teradyne in 1977 and has held a variety of roles in process engineering, design engineering and program management. John holds an AS in Electrical Engineering Technology from Northeastern University.
Brad Robbins became president of LitePoint, a wholly owned subsidiary of Teradyne focused on wireless test solutions, in 2014. Brad has worked at LitePoint since its acquisition in 2011 and previously held the title of vice president at Teradyne. He has held a variety of positions in his career spanning division general management, marketing strategy, product development and technology strategy at Teradyne. Brad holds a BSEE in Electrical Engineering with a focus in Computer Science and Digital Signal Processing from Tufts University.
Teradyne | Robotics
Kim Povlsen is the President of Universal Robots, the leading provider of industrial collaborative robots (cobots). He brings global executive leadership from a high-tech and commercial perspective and will lead Universal Robots’ next stage of growth and innovation. Kim has held various executive business and technology leadership roles at Schneider Electric, a global energy management and automation company. Most recently, he served as Vice President, Strategy & Technology, responsible for the technology strategy and execution within a multi-billion dollar global organization. Kim holds a master’s degree in Computer Science & Embedded Engineering from the University of Southern Denmark.
Jean-Pierre Hathout is the President of Mobile Industrial Robots. Prior to this role, he served as the President of SIT Controls USA, and built a 17-year career at Bosch, including several international management roles. Jean-Pierre has a doctoral degree in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and brings deep industry expertise and global leadership skills.