Silicom Ventures cordially invite its members to a Seminar focusing on silicon processing given by Dr. Israel Beinglass.

The electronic revolution that has been shaping our lives in the last few decades can be directly attributed to the dramatic cost reduction of the basic processing structures, i.e. transistors. This in turn is the result of better manufacturing and improved processes. In this presentation, Dr. Israel Beinglass will discuss the underlining technologies which drive the latest trends and will give us a glimpse into the opportunities and limitations that the industry faces.

When: April 26th, 7PM
Where: Silicom's Main office
Who: Silicom Ventures members only, limited space, based on availability. Reservations only — by April 24th, 2005 to tal@silicomventures.com.

Speaker: Israel Beinglass, PhD
Israel Beinglass is the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) responsible for strategic marketing of the Thin Films Group at Applied Materials. Before that he held different positions at Applied Materials as the CTO of several organizations, general manager of the High Temperature Films and director of Process Sequence integration. He introduced to the market the first Single Wafer Polysilicon deposition tool. He also developed the Polycide system. Part of Israel’s role is to search new opportunities that align with Applied Materials strategy. As a result of his activity Applied Materials purchased several companies while in others equity investments were made. Before joining Applied Materials Israel was the Engineering Manager of the Wafer Fab Operation at IMP (San Jose, CA.), prior to that he was a Sr. Process Engineer at Intel Corp. (Santa Clara, CA.) where he was the co-inventor of the Selective Tungsten deposition. Israel Beinglass holds a PhD in Materials Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Israel has over 40 publications and 26 patents.