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    Intel Corporation

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  • Biography

    Dr. Eugene Meieran has served on several government and industry
    panels dealing with manufacturing technology and policy issues, such
    as the Coalition for Intelligent Manufacturing Systems and the Next
    Generation Manufacturing Systems Advanced Manufacturing Systems
    board. He has made extensive contributions in the areas of materials
    analysis techniques, semiconductor processing, semiconductor device
    reliability, statistical quality control and industrial leadership.
    Dr. Meieran has been at Intel since 1973 and has been responsible for
    introducing advanced technologies and applications into Intel’s
    component manufacturing facilities to help improve manufacturing
    performance. Additionally, Dr. Meieran has been heavily involved in
    numerous external manufacturing technology and policy programs. He
    received a B.S. from Purdue University and an M.S. and Sc.D. from
    MIT, all in materials science. He was elected as Distinguished
    Engineering Alumnus in 1987 and an Honorary Doctorate in 2004, Purdue
    University, he served on the NRC Committee for Visionary
    Manufacturing Challenges in 1996-1998, and he has been on the
    Scientific and Education Advisory Board for Lawrence Berkeley Labs.
    He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He was
    Director of Research for MIT’s Leaders for Manufacturing Program from
    1996 to 2000.


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