Watch this webinar titled: Ultra-Pure Gas for Higher Yield: Gas Analysis for Semiconductor Manufacturing.
About this webinar
We'll discuss how investing in gas analyzers can help you maximize time, profit, and customer experience by avoiding costly defects. Even with the most advanced semiconductor production processes, chips are still susceptible to impurities that cause defects and cost the industry billions of dollars and cause immense frustration for end markets such as personal computing, automotive, and defense.
After this session, you'll understand how to detect even the smallest amount of impurities.
By attending this webinar you will learn:
- The basics of analyzing Ultra-High Purity (UHP) Gas
- How to choose the right gas analyzer for your facility
- How gas analyzers are evolving along with Moore's Law
About the webinar speakers
Keith has been with Thermo Fisher Scientific for four years. He’s worked on connecting customers with Thermo Fisher’s detection solutions, including those that detect allergy antibodies, coronavirus, and fine dust that causes permanent damage to the lungs of industrial workers. Keith’s current focus is assessing customers’ needs to make improvements to Thermo Fisher’s solutions for the semiconductor industry.
Keith started his career as a respiratory therapist, where his specialty was working with medical equipment and an array of bulk gases to diagnose and treat respiratory diseases. He’s based out of the New York Metro area where he enjoys his family, movies, and sports.
Geoff is the Business Development Manager, Semiconductor of North America for Thermo Fisher Scientific, a public MNC with over $40B in annual revenue and the world leader in serving science and semiconductor. He specializes in enabling the next-generation semiconductor through innovative equipment technologies.
He is very active within key semiconductor organizations, influencing the industry value-chain and advocating government support. Previously he worked in operations management supporting Silicon Valley and Silicon Forest, and for SpaceX, supporting production, launch sites, and proof-of-concept experiments.