SEMI Austin Technology Tuesday- February 16, 2010


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Join us for SEMI Austin Technology Tuesday

SEMI Austin Technology Tuesday is a bi-monthly lunch program highlighting technology of interest to SEMI members and their customers in Central Texas. Enjoy lunch, network with your industry colleagues and learn about an exciting development in advanced technology.

Tuesday, February 16, 11:30am-1:00pm
Tokyo Electron America
2400 Grove Boulevard, Austin


SEATING IS LIMITED TO 35. ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
100% of proceeds benefit the Science Department at our partner school, Baty Elementary.


SEMI Member $10; Non-Members $15
Lunch is included.


Click here to register.

NanoMedical Systems, Inc.
Austin, TX

NanoMedical Systems (NMS) is an Austin startup company commercializing a revolutionary drug delivery technology based on nano-scale fluidic structures. At this scale, interesting new physics emerges. In the convergence of semiconductor, nano-, and bio-technologies, interesting new therapeutic opportunity emerges. The company has raised nearly $8M, including one of the largest awards from the Texas Emerging Technology Fund. Join us at the next SEMI Austin Technology Tuesday to learn how semiconductor technology translates into healthcare and the field of medical devices.

About the Speaker

Randy Goodall
President & CEO
NanoMedical Systems, Inc.

Dr. Randy Goodall received his BS from Caltech (1977) and his PhD in Solid-state Physics from the University of Oregon in 1984. Through 1994, Randy was Software and Systems Technology Group Manager at ADE in Boston (now KLA-Tencor). In 1994 he joined SEMATECH on the first 300mm wafer program and later the I300I startup team. He led factory productivity technology programs as Associate Director of ISMI. While at SEMATECH, Randy worked on technology-based economic development, including hundreds of millions of dollars of funding for semiconductor R&D in Texas through the Enterprise Fund, the Emerging Technology Fund, and the $4M Nano-Scholar university internship program. In late 2007, Randy left SEMATECH to co-found NanoMedical Systems, leading the company as President and CEO. Randy has published numerous papers on silicon wafer technology, R&D collaboration and consortia, industry technology transitions and convergence, 300mm wafer manufacturing, and productivity modeling. In addition, he has spoken to and/or co-authored a number of technology-economics white papers for SEMATECH, the Texas and New York governor’s offices, DARPA, the Defense Science Board, the US House Science Committee, and PCAST members.

SEMI Austin Technology Tuesday is sponsored and hosted by Tokyo
Electron America.