Georgia Tech orders STS DRIE Tool for Nano and MEMS Research

“This tool will enable us to push the boundaries of our own technological developments in areas such as micro and nano electromechanical resonators, RF MEMS filters, and MEMS inertial sensors.” said Associate Professor Farrokh Ayazi, Ph.D. who leads the Integrated MEMS Laboratory at Georgia Tech and is on the faculty of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

(February 27, 2008) Orlando, FL — Based on its commitment to success and ability to meet a set of challenging objectives, the Electronics and Industrial Groups of Henkel have been awarded Prime Source Awards from Atlanta, GA-based EIS, an electrical/electronics industry distributor. EIS president and CEO, Bob Thomas, presented the awards to Henkel’s Jim Sharp, Electronics Goup southeastern territory manager, and Ken Helfers, industrial group distribution account executive at a special ceremony in January.


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