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Home > Press > Nominations are now open for the Compound Semiconductor Industry Awards 2013

Abstract:
The 2013 CS Industry Awards will recognise success and development along the entire value chain of the Compound Semiconductor industry from research to completed device, focusing on the people, processes and products that drive the industry forward.

Nominations are now open for the Compound Semiconductor Industry Awards 2013

Coventry, UK | Posted on September 12th, 2012

The Awards will remind us what is good about the industry - the people who drive it with their technical expertise and customer orientated perspectives.

From backlighting TVs to empowering mobile devices and harnessing the sun's energy, compound semiconductor chips are playing an ever-increasing role in modern life but who had the biggest breakthroughs? Which pioneering companies from around the globe created the best opportunities for the compound semiconductors industry?

The CS Industry Awards feature 6 categories covering the value chain and allows organisations involved in the industry to participate: nominate your process or product if you think that they deserve reward and recognition.

To nominate your favourite simply visit www.csawards.net and enter the details on the form.

Nominations close on 15th November 2012.

Categories include:

Substrates & Materials Award
Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Award
Metrology, Test and Measurement Award
Device Design and Packaging Award
Most Innovative Device Award
R & D Award

For sponsorship opportunities contact: Jackie Cannon on +44 (0)1923 690205 or by email

Editor Notes

Key Dates:
Nominations now open
Nominations close November 15th 2012
Voting opens November 23rd 2012
Voting closes February 4th 2013
Winners announced March 4th 2013

CS Industry Awards 2012 Winners
Substrates & Materials Award = Ammono SA
Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Award = Veeco Instruments Inc
Metrology, Test and Measurement Award = KLA Tencor
Device Design and Packaging Award = Cree Inc
Most Innovative Device Award = Solar Junction
R & D Award = TriQuint Semiconductor Inc

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