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David J. Eaglesham

David J. Eaglesham

Managing Director for Advanced Technologies
Applied Materials, USA

David Eaglesham David Eaglesham is currently Managing Director for Advanced Technologies at Applied Materials, where he is leading efforts to develop disruptive technologies and implement them in manufacturing. Prior to joining Applied Materials in 2005, he worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory as Chief Technologist, where he was involved in developing nanotechnologies for sensing applications, and at Bell Laboratories, where he was Vice President of Electronic Devices Research. He has worked in electron microscopy, molecular beam epitaxy, ion implantation, and process integration. His technical interests center on thin-film techniques and processing, and he is the author of over 150 publications and several patents.

Dave Eaglesham earned his BSc degree in Chemical Physics and his PhD in Physics at the University of Bristol, and served on the faculty at the University of Liverpool. He received the Materials Research Society’s Outstanding Young Investigator Award in 1994. He was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society in 2004, and he is the 2005 President of the Materials Research Society.

Speaking in the special symposium on Nano Electronics & Photonics.


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