Jeremy became CEO in August of 2009. He has over 30 years experience building advanced materials businesses across global industries and markets in start-up and Fortune 500 companies. He has served in Executive, Corporate Officer and Board roles for companies such as Polaroid, Motorola, Cabot Microelectronics, Koch Industries and Naturally Advanced Technologies.
As an undergraduate researcher in the Solid State and Material Science Lab at Kansas State University, Jason developed deep experience in SiC and aluminum nitride crystal growth, characterization, fabrication, and device processing. He graduated with Honors from the Warsaw University of Technology in Poland where he researched the growth and characterization of GaN and chalcopyrite crystals and then started Kansas Semiconductor, the predecessor to Nitride Solutions.
Peng is experienced in bulk crystal growth of AlN by high temperature PVT and has extensive experience in producing high quality single crystal boules of various orientations. He was responsible for the production of the world’s largest m-plane AlN crystal. He received his PhD in Chemical Engineering under Dr. James Edgar from Kansas State University.
Cris has over 12 years experience working in the III-Nitride community. He received his Ph. D in physics from Kansas State University under the direction of Dr. Hongxing Jiang. Cris is responsible for the first- ever Er doped GaN film by the metal organic chemical vapor deposition process. He was also instrumental in studying high Al content AlGaN-based materials and devices for application in UV emitters and detectors. He left KSU to work in the epitaxial group of CREE inc where he was responsible for a multitude of improvements to their process and product portfolio.
Matthew founded and was formerly the Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, and President of Cabot Microelectronics. Matthew brings over 25 years of experience in the general management of high technology manufacturing companies and advanced material suppliers. Cabot Micro became a global business, growing the workforce from 4 employees to over 500 employees located in 11 different countries and expanding operations to 5 dedicated manufacturing facilities in 3 key regions; US, Asia and Europe. In 2000, Matthew successfully led the initial public offering of Cabot Microelectronics onto the Nasdaq.
Workshop on Ultra-Precision Processing for Wide Band Gap Semiconductors, 2016 (WUPP-2016) will be held in Hsinchu, Taiwan on Oct. 31-Nov. 2.
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