1988

SRC Competitiveness Foundation created as a subsidiary of SRC (and becomes the SRC Education Alliance - SRCEA - in 1993).

Highlights

  • Designed to promote a free exchange of technology, SRC holds its first general technical conference, TECHCON ’88, in October. The three-day event draws over 650 enthusiastic participants from industry, government and the university community, including many of the graduate students performing research under SRC contracts.
  • The National Advisory Committee on Semiconductors (NACS) is created as a direct result of efforts by the SRC. Its purpose is to devise and promulgate a national semiconductor strategy designed to restore the leadership position of the U.S. semiconductor industry.
  • SRC creates the Competitiveness Foundation, another dimension of the industry’s cooperative efforts whose focus is on educating a capable work force to provide leadership for a competitive national technology base.
  • Research Programs produce 22 invention disclosures, 12 new patent applications and one patent. More than 850 new research reports and papers are generated for distribution to member companies.
  • Nine SEMATECH Centers of Excellence are designated, focusing on areas of special interest in the semiconductor manufacturing technologies, significantly expanding SRC research.
  • Research programs support over 450 graduate students; of the 224 completing their graduate education, well over one-half would begin work for member companies.
For specific research areas and results, please see this year's annual report. »

1988 Officers

  • Robert J. McMillin, Board Chairman
  • Larry W. Sumney, CEO
  • Ralph E. Darby, Secretary

1988 Board of Directors

  • Michael J. Thompson AT&T
  • Michael J. Callahan Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
  • Robert B. Palmer Digital Equipment Corporation
  • Samuel A. Musa E-Systems, Incorporated
  • Kenneth A. Pickar, Vice Chairman General Electric Company
  • Robert J. McMillin, Chairman General Motors Corporation
  • Thomas J. Sanders Harris Corporation
  • Fred N. Schwettmann Hewlett-Packard Company
  • Sanford L. Kane IBM Corporation
  • Gerhard H. Parker Intel Corporation
  • Bob J. Jenkins Motorola Incorporated
  • E. Randy Parker National Semiconductor Corporation
  • Larry W. Sumney Semiconductor Research Corporation
  • G. R. Mohan Rao Texas Instruments Incorporated
  • Tony Jurvetson Varian Semiconductor Equipment Assoc.
  • Gene Strull Westinghouse

1988 SRC Senior Staff

  • Larry W. Sumney, President & CEO
  • Robert M. Burger, Vice President and Chief Scientist

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