Readers last week were most drawn to CoorsTek’s recent personnel appointment (Lee Named CoorsTek Global VP for Semiconductor Market): “CoorsTek, Inc. recently announced that David Lee has joined the company as global vice president-commercial for the global semiconductor business, a group dedicated to developing products for whole-cycle semiconductor manufacturing. Lee joins CoorsTek from Applied Materials, where he most recently served as the managing director of global business development for service and spares.
“‘We are pleased to welcome David to our team and look forward to tapping his expertise in building new partnerships and strengthening our collaboration with customers worldwide,’ said Patty Mishic, chief commercial officer at CoorsTek. ‘As experts in technical ceramics, CoorsTek has a unique opportunity to provide advanced components that enable next-generation processes, while helping customers meet challenges in scaling the density, power, and performance at a time when artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, and the internet are driving exponential growth in data usage.’”
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Top 5 Hottest News Stories for July 22-28
1. Lee Named CoorsTek Global VP for Semiconductor Market
2. Orton Offers Course Focusing on Advanced Thermal Properties of Refractories
3. Corning Announces Investment in Automotive Glass Solutions Manufacturing Facility #5 last week
4. Kyocera Honored by Japan’s METI for Artificial Hip Joint Technology #2 last week
5. LuminaLine Lighting Technology from SCHOTT Receives Red Dot Award
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