Veeco Metrology forms TAB

July 23, 2002 – Woodbury, NY – Veeco Instruments Inc.’s metrology group has created a technical advisory board (TAB).

The TAB, made up of seven nanotechnology researchers, will meet regularly to review and provide feedback on Veeco’s efforts and future product development, and to highlight emerging areas of nanoscale research that may lead to future applications and measurement requirements.

John Carruthers, Intel’s former director of components research, will chair the board. The other members are Professor Jeffrey Bokor of UC at Berkeley’s department of electrical and computer sciences; Julio Fernandez, chair of the Mayo Clinic’s single molecule mechanics and engineering lab; Professor James Gimzewski of UCLA’s department of chemistry and biochemistry; Joseph Kirk, former senior engineer at IBM; Professor Calvin Quate of Stanford U.’s departments of electrical engineering and applied physics; and Don Sweeney of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.


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