Presentation: Ballistic Ion Implantation..." by David Rivkin, PhD at Imperial College, London

You are invited to attend a lecture at Imperial College, London.
Dr. David Rivkin, PhD will be presenting on Ballistic Ion Implantation
method for charged particle encapsulation in insulating substrates. This method has been adapted from Ballistic Metalization for use in electrostatic devices such as MEMS devices and electrostatic motors.
Dr. Rivkin is an internationally recognized Distinguished Lecturer on instrumentation, measurement, nanotechnology and engineering management. He is an IEEE Senior Member, SIAM Fellow and currently is Chief Scientist and President of GCPI and CTO at SciEssence Intl, both of which is was the key founder. Dr. Rivkin has worked with many leading materials, biomedical and semiconductor firms in his 20 year career and has been a leader in Silicon Valleys' Entrepreneurial environment having founded 4 successful technology firms and educating others on start-up technology business matters.
Coming from Silicon Valley, California USA for this presentation, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, and the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society TC034 is happy to be hosting Dr. Rivkin.
Seminar and Learning Centre Room 5 on level 5 of the Sherfield Building from 20:00-21:00 on 7 September 2006.
RSVP IS REQUIRED: RSVP to Dr. Rivkin AS SPACE IS VERY LIMITED (20 Participants Maxiumum) snipped-for-privacy@ieee.org
Please note, no refreshments will be served.
Venue: Level 5, Sherfield Building, Imperial College Road, SW7 Tube: South Kensington
EMAIL TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE AND RECEIVE THE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION FILE: snipped-for-privacy@ieee.org Date: Thursday 7 September
TIME: 8:00 PM till 9:00 PM
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