you've come to expect from a CompoundSemi organized business conference,
the CS Vision is designed to be the consummate "insiders meet".
Remade and co-located with the prestigious CS Mantech event, being
held this year in Vancouver, BC, this year's Vision will be an
intensive half-day forum focused on the key industry trends as
they apply to the business of the compound semiconductor (CS)
materials. New this year will be the wide-bandgap market strategy
session, where we hear from the wafer, device, and systems integration
us for this intense "quality time" with market analysts
and key industry players on the shifting scene as the compounds
continue to go mainstream in many areas.
with previous CompoundSemi events, attendees will be in on the
latest technology updates, controversies, market projections and
developments, from the compound semi material and infrastructure
all the way up through the next generation applications driving
this newsmaking industry.
This year's conference
Bruce Fornier, Vice
President of Business Development
TriQuint Semiconductor, Inc.
R. Fournier joined TriQuint in June 1987 as Area Sales Manager.
Since that time, he has held a variety of positions including
National Sales Manager, Wireless Products from 1991 to 1994
and Vice President, Worldwide Sales from September 1994
to June 1998. From June 1998 until May 2002, Mr. Fournier
held the position of Vice President and General Manager,
Foundry Services and most recently, Vice President, TriQuint
Oregon. He currently holds the position of Vice President,
Bill Quinn, Chief
Veeco Instruments, TurboDisc
is Chief Technologist at Veeco's TurboDisc division, responsible
for advanced MOCVD reactor technology and epitaxy process
development. He received a Bachelors degree in Chemistry
from Rutgers, and a Ph.D. in Material Science and Engineering
from Stevens Institute of Technology. Prior to joining Veeco,
Bill held a number of operations and engineering positions
at Raytheon and Skyworks Solutions.
If you're new to a CompoundSemi conference,
see the past programs we put together for the
CS Outlook events in previous years:
Industry Outlook for 2005- Dec 2004
CompoundSemi Industry Outlook for 2004
- Dec 2003