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February 13th, 2008
Semiconductor expert Ernest Levine will teach everything from basic to advanced chip fabrication during a two-day conference this spring at the College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering at the University at Albany.
Levine, who has 25-years experience in semiconductor manufacturing at IBM, will teach engineers, technicians, salesmen and managers to help them deal with customers.
The course will be held on April 15-16 at UAlbany's NanoCollege, located on the Albany NanoTech research complex. Tuition will cost $1,175.
The tuition will cover the cost of continental breakfast, lunch and notes each day of the two-day event.
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