Arizona university strengthens US semiconductor manufacturing
Leaders in manufacturing from several major industries attended a recent event to celebrate the launch of the newest of the Fulton Schools, the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks at ASU’s Polytechnic campus. About 200 business representatives and ASU affiliates got a look at the what the new school will do to help revitalize manufacturing operations to meet today’s growing demands in the semiconductor market and other leading technology sectors. The school’s director, Binil Starly, is bringing together decision-makers from both academia and industry to chart a course for shaping the academic programing and educational infrastructure the school will need to thrive. Research and technology development in microelectronics manufacturing, space manufacturing and biomanufacturing are certain to be major areas of focus. The article is also published in the Semiconductor Digest.