US policymakers tour ASU’s MacroTechnology Works facility
Research aimed at supporting efforts to make Arizona a microchip manufacturing hub was the central focus of a recent visit by U.S. and Arizona government leaders to the MacroTechnology Works facility at the ASU Research Park. Zachary Holman, a Fulton Schools associate professor of electrical, computer and energy engineering, led U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, ASU President Michael Crow, U.S. Rep. Greg Stanton and other officials on a tour of the research complex. The group was also joined by Arizona business and industry leaders and local government officials. Holman’s research at MachoTechnology Works involves accelerating progress toward advanced semiconductors, materials and energy devices.