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George Lee George was co-director of the Semiconductor Industry Sector of Cap Gemini America (CGA), a global information technology consulting firm, and before that, Director of Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International's (SEMI's) Global 300-mm Initiative. He has been a frequent speaker on the 300-mm wafer transition and is active on several technical advisory boards.

Prior to SEMI, Lee was a founder of Strata Systems Inc., and President and CEO of OAI. He has founded companies in the laser and optoelectronics industries and has held executive positions in worldwide sales, marketing, technology, and corporate management.

He attended the U.S. Navy Missile Warfare School, studied electrical engineering at Villanova University, and earned a B.S. in Economics from University of San Francisco.

Ron Horwath Ron was a co-director of the Semiconductor Industry Sector of CGA. Before that, with SEMI, he worked on the 300-mm Initiative and on MEMS. He initiated development of the International MEMS Technology Roadmap.

Earlier in his career, Horwath was a senior engineering manager in packaging and semiconductor process development with IBM and then an assignee to SEMATECH. In 1992, he joined SEMATECH to focus on development of the National Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors and process technology integration issues.

Ron earned his B.S. in applied physics from Adelphi University (New York), and did graduate work at the Polytechnic University of New York and Niagara University. He has published more than 20 technical papers and is a co-inventor on six U.S. patents.

Sid Marshall Sid was founding editor of Micromachine Devices newsletter, now Micro/Nano, covering worldwide developments in MEMS. He served concurrently as editor of SEMI's Global 300-mm Report. Before that he was editor-in-chief and then associate publisher and editorial director of Solid State Technology, as well as founding editor and publisher of Microlithography World.

Marshall was a microelectronics research scientist at the U.S. Army Electronics Technology & Devices Laboratory, Ft. Monmouth, N.J., and in the early 1980s was a technology team leader for the Army's VHSIC program.

Sid earned his B.S. in physics from the Polytechnic Institute of New York and an M.S.E.E. from Monmouth University. He is a Senior Life Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).

Rose Eufinger Rose is a public relations consultant with more than 30 years of publicity, publications, and editorial experience. Most recently, she served as executive editor and a member of the founding editorial team of Semiconductor Magazine, the journal of SEMI.

Prior to that, Rose had dual responsibilities as vice president of Mathews & Clark Communications PR agency and, for over a decade, as managing editor of Channel, the predecessor of Semiconductor Magazine.

She has been on both the agency and corporate side of the public relations and marketing communications business, serving clients primarily in the semiconductor, semiconductor equipment, and related high-technology industries. Rose earned a B.A. in journalism from Washington University, St. Louis.

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