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ECE Alumnus Mack Joins Invarium, Inc. as Advisory Scientist

ECE Alumnus Mack Joins Invarium, Inc. as Advisory Scientist

Dr. Chris A. Mack, M.S. '89
Dr. Chris A. Mack, M.S. '89

Dr. Chris A. Mack, a 1989 ECE M.S. alumnus, has accepted a position as advisory scientist with Invarium, Inc., a leading provider of advanced patterning synthesis solutions to the global semiconductor industry headquartered in San Jose, California.

Dr. Mack is recognized worldwide as a leading expert in lithography and lithographic process modeling. He has spent 25 years in the semiconductor industry, having served as vice president of lithography technology for KLA-Tencor; founder, president and CTO of FINLE Technologies; and lithography engineer for SEMATECH and the National Security Agency. Mack has trained more than 2,000 lithographers from more than 200 different companies around the world over the past 20 years. He is an adjunct faculty member in the Electrical and Computer Engineering and Chemical Engineering Departments of the University of Texas at Austin. Mack is also an SPIE Fellow and winner of the 2003 SEMI Award. He has written several books and has four patents in the area of lithography.

Mack holds a Bachelor of Science degrees in physics, chemistry,

electrical engineering and chemical engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute

of Technology; a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from

the University of Maryland; and a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the

University of Texas at Austin.

March 13, 2007


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