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Doug Resnick

Doug Resnick

Molecular Imprints, Inc., USA

Doug Resnick received his Ph.D. in 1981 from the Ohio State University in the field of Solid State Physics. Before joining Molecular Imprints, Doug worked at Motorola Labs from 1990 till 2004. From 1981-1990, Doug worked at AT&T Bell Laboratories. Development projects included x-ray lithography, GaAs direct write and plasma etching of photomasks. Doug joined Motorola in 1990 and led the development effort for x-ray mask pattern transfer. Doug was a Section Manager in Motorola Labs, and a member of Motorola’s Scientific Advisory Board. Doug’s previous assignment was to provide lithographic and plasma-processing solutions for a diverse group of programs that are developing products in the Embedded Systems and Physical Sciences Labs. Doug was responsible for developing Motorola’s Step and Flash Imprint Lithography research program, and has authored or co-authored over 100 technical publications and holds 16 U.S. patents. He has served as the conference chair for both the EIPBN and SPIE Microlithography Symposiums.

Teaching the Nano and Molecular Electronics course in the Nano Industrial Impact Workshop on Sunday May 7, 2006.

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