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ONAMI News: SEMI PNW Dinner, Robert Chau Lecture
Posted on November 2, 2006
ONAMI is pleased to announce two upcoming events to which the public is invited:
1. ONAMI Board Chair David Chen will be giving the keynote address at the annual Semiconductor Equipment and Materials Insititute Pacific Northwest Dinner: Economic Potential of the Pacific Northwest - How Does Our Silicon Forest Grow? ONAMI President and Executive Director Skip Rung will be joining Chen and other panelists to discuss the technology assets of our region and its prospects for future economic development and growth. The event will be held 6:30 PM Thursday, November 9 at the Portland Hilton and Executive Towers. link
Registration link here
2. ONAMI and OHSU/OGI are pleased to co-sponsor a public lecture Nanotechnologies and Nanoelectronic Devices for Future VLSI Applications by Intel Senior Fellow and ONAMI Board of Directors member Dr. Robert Chau, to be held 4:00 PM Friday November 17 in the Wilson Clark Auditorium on the OHSU/OGI West Campus in Beaverton.
Learn more here.
There is no cost for this event, but registration (to help with refreshment planning) is encouraged.
Robert D. "Skip" Rung
President and Executive Director
Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute
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