Movers and shakers


Novellus Systems Inc. (San Jose, Calif.) has promoted Peter R. Hanley to company president. Hanley will also join chairman of the board and chief executive officer Richard S. Hill in a newly created office of the chief executive officer.

SEZ America (Phoenix) has hired Larry Wilson as vice president of research, development and enigineering.

Lambda Physik AG (Göttingen, Germany) has appointed Jürgen Heukäufer to be the fourth member of the executive board and chief operating officer.

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Everett Charles Technologies (Pomona, Calif.) has promoted Patrick T. Flynn to president.

Debbie McLeod was named sales director for Chase EMS Group (West Bridgewater, Mass.).

Christopher Noe has been named VP of sales at Aehr Test Systems (Fremont, Calif.).

Credence Systems Corp. (Hsinchu, Taiwan) has appointed Peter Zung as general manager and senior director of Asian field operations.

Ultrasonic Systems Inc. (Amesbury, Mass.) has appointed Michelle Erickson as director of marketing.


EKC Technology, a ChemFirst Inc. company (Hayward, Calif.), recognized five companies at SEMICON Europa with the first annual Enabling Technology Awards. The companies honored were LETI, FSI International, Semitool, SEZ and BASF.

Rockwell Collins (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) has selected Laserage Technology (Waukegan, Ill.) as winner of the 2001 President's Award and the Connector Commodity Co-supplier Award.

ATI Technologies, a provider of graphics chipsets, selected the Agilent Technologies 93000 SOC Series test systems for its next-generation products.

Thermacore has expanded its Mexican production capacity with a new 77,000-foot facility in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico.

Amkor Technology (Chandler, Ariz.) has received LSI Logic's “Assembly and Test Supplier of the Year 2000” award. LSI rates its subcontractors based on technology, quality, cost, service and flexibility.

Leica Microsystems AG (Wetzlar, Germany) has moved its semiconductor equipment division headquarters to Fairfax County, Virginia.

Carsem (City of Industry, Calif.), has received the Vendor of the Year 2000 award from Melexis Microelectronic Integrated Systems.

Dow Corning (Midland, Mich.) has chosen Krayden (Denver) to be its authorized distributor in the Rocky Mountain region, Texas, Oklahoma and Mexico.

Siemens Electronics Assembly Systems Inc. (Bruchsal, Germany) has granted its North American license for Polymer Stud Grid Array to Micro-ASI Inc (Dallas). AP


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