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Paper of the Week awarded to Bill Arnold, Gene Fuller, and Phil Ware. Press Release of the Week and News of the Week

Posted on: 22-Jan-2008

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The paper of the week award goes to my lithography panel video, which included Bill Arnold, Gene Fuller, and Phil Ware and focused on were each saw the technology going. This was its second week at the top.

 

Second is awarded to TSMC’s paper on their excellent process technology at the 65/55nm node.

 

Third goes to the U.S. Commercial Service’s Kelly Smith-Grover for her write-up on the chip equipment market in Germany.  This was its second week in third.

 

Fourth is awarded to Paul Magill’s paper on thermal copper pillar bumps and how they can can be used to more efficiently cool devices.

 

Finally, Fifth goes George Scalise for his video interview on the America Competes act sham.

 

Hottest Papers uploaded over the past two weeks:

 

1)       VLSI’s Lithography Annual

2)       65/55 Nanometer Process Technology

3)       The German market for semiconductor production equipment

4)       Enabling Improved Performance Without Sacrificing Efficiency

5)       America COMPETES Act: Lots of Rhetoric but Little Action.

 

 

The press release of the week is awarded to Karl von Gunten and Garth Miller for their release on Nextreme’s new microscale thermal and power management products for the electronics industry.

 

Hottest Press Releases uploaded over the past two weeks:

 

1)      NEXTREME ANNOUNCES NEW THERMOELECTRIC PLATFORM

2)      Vulnerability Advisory: McAfee, Inc. Solutions

3)      Samsung and Toshiba Confirmed to Attend

4)      Electroglas Awarded Patent for Active Vibration Control

5)      Winbond Selects ESI Advanced-DRAM Production

 

 

 

Also, here’s some of the most popular articles over the last seven days that I found interesting:

 

On the Electronics side:

 

Surgeons \'are better after playing Nintendo

Taiwanese DRAM Makers Cut Spending –

Pioneer Receives Endless Accolades for Inventive New Technology

Apple growth will draw malware attacks - Computerworld

Auto-correction software for chromatic aberrations - SPIE Newsroom

 

On the medical side:

 

AdvancedMD Software Says It Was Acquired By Private Equity Firm ...

Soon, sharpened X-ray imaging with multiple medical and industrial ...

Fixing wrist fractures without a cast - News-Medical.net

Scientists target deadly cancer stem cells - Telegraph.co.uk

Insurer to offer quality rewards - Baltimore Sun

 

 

And finally, in Energy:

 

Scientists offer grand plan for solar energy - Reading Advocate

Trekbikes.com Goes Mobile - Earthtimes

Abu Dhabi plots hydrogen future - BBC News

Sun rises slowly on China\'s solar energy sector - Guardian Unlimited

Why Vinod Khosla is very wrong - Grist Magazine

« 2008 Forecast: Chips +7.5% -- IC Inventory is Low ...

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About weQuest:
weQuest's are written by G Dan Hutcheson, his career spans more than thirty years, in which he became a well-known as a visionary for helping companies make businesses out of technology. This includes hundreds of successful programs involving product development, positioning, and launch in Semiconductor, Technology, Medicine, Energy, Business, High Tech, Enviorntment, Electronics, healthcare and Business devisions.

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