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Add to Calendar 2/3/2012 11:00 am 2/3/2012 America/Chicago Physics Careers Seminar: "Careers for Physicists, Scientists, and Engineers in the Semiconductor Equipment Industry" DESCRIPTION:

As semiconductor devices become more and more prevalent in all facets of life, the semiconductor equipment industry continues to be a growth industry where college graduates with degrees in physics, engineering, and other scientific disciplines can enjoy rewarding careers.  This interactive seminar will describe the business environment of semiconductor equipment companies, the education and expertise that traditionally leads to successful technical careers in the industry, the type of opportunities available, and some keys for success in this dynamic industry.

View Dr. Hubacek's seminar slides.

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Dr. Jerome Hubacek Lam Research Corporation

190 Engineering Sciences Building

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Physics Careers Seminar: "Careers for Physicists, Scientists, and Engineers in the Semiconductor Equipment Industry"

Speaker Dr. Jerome Hubacek Lam Research Corporation
Date: 2/3/2012
Time: 11 a.m.
Location:

190 Engineering Sciences Building

Event Contact: Erin Kirby
217-244-1901
ekirby2@illinois.edu
Sponsor:

Department of Physics

Event Type: Alumni Speaker Seminar
 

As semiconductor devices become more and more prevalent in all facets of life, the semiconductor equipment industry continues to be a growth industry where college graduates with degrees in physics, engineering, and other scientific disciplines can enjoy rewarding careers.  This interactive seminar will describe the business environment of semiconductor equipment companies, the education and expertise that traditionally leads to successful technical careers in the industry, the type of opportunities available, and some keys for success in this dynamic industry.

View Dr. Hubacek's seminar slides.

To request disability-related accommodations for this event, please contact the person listed above, or the unit hosting the event.

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