2002

SRC celebrates 20 years of collaboration, innovation and vision—and of being integral to advancing the U.S. silicon microelectronics industry.

Highlights

  • Member companies assign Industrial Liaisons to work with researchers on a record percentage of tasks, a strong indicator of the ongoing efforts to derive value from the technology and to mentor the students toward a rewarding career in the industry.
  • SRC successfully launches an e-meeting initiative to better enable remote-attendance at meetings by utilizing state-of-the-art teleconferencing and web-based solutions.
  • The SRC website sees a 22% increase in logins and a 48% increase in page hits over 2001 usage data. The number of individuals within the SRC community that logged into the site in 2002 increased to over 3,100 in 2002 — an increase of nearly 20% over 2001.
  • A new Center for Advanced Interconnect Science and Technology is formed to develop innovative approaches to ameliorate the increasing impact of interconnects on integrated circuit performance.
  • Over 1,100 students participate in SRC-funded research in 2002. Of the graduates, about 70% went to work for SRC member organizations or are undergraduate or master's students continuing to higher degrees, further strengthening the links within the SRC community.
  • The first Simon Karecki Award was made from the Simon Karecki Endowment. This award recognizes outstanding student performance through the SRC/NSF Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing, centered at the University of Arizona.
For specific research areas and results, please see this year's annual report. »

2002 Officers

  • Mark R. Pinto, Board Chairman
  • Larry W. Sumney, CEO
  • Clark McFadden, Secretary

2002 Board of Directors

  • Craig Sander Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
  • Mark R. Pinto, Chairman Agere Systems
  • Walter Class Axcelis Technologies, Inc.
  • Don Harbert (Jan - Aug) Compaq Computer Corp.
  • David N. Nichols Eastman Kodak Company
  • John Warlaumont IBM Corporation
  • Sunlin Chou Intel Corporation
  • Richard D. Schinella LSI Corporation
  • Walden C. Rhines Mentor, A Siemens Business
  • Sherry J. Gillespie (Jan - Apr) Motorola, Incorporated
  • Pawitter Mangat (Jun - Dec) Motorola, Incorporated
  • Mohan Yegnashankaran National Semiconductor Corporation
  • Wilbert van den Hoek Novellus Systems, Inc.
  • Larry W. Sumney Semiconductor Research Corporation
  • Yoshio Nishi (Jan - Jun) Texas Instruments Incorporated
  • Hans Stork Texas Instruments Incorporated
  • Fu-Tai Liou (Jan - Mar) United Microelectronics Corp.
  • Frank C. Wen (Apr - Dec) United Microelectronics Corp.

2002 SRC Senior Staff

  • Larry W. Sumney, President & CEO
  • Ralph K. Cavin, Vice President, Research Operations
  • Egbert D. (Sonny) Maynard, Executive Vice President, Government Affairs
  • Dinesh A. Mehta, Vice President, Business Operations & Strategic Initiatives

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