Graduate and Professional Schools, Degrees, Awards
BS. Stanford 1951
40 years as a chemist in the electonic industry, I worked on materials and processes for photocopiers, solar cells, inkjet printers, solid state microwave devices. Published 20 papers including a invited chapter in 'Annual Review of Material Science'. Founder and vice-president of Photophysics, Inc., 1969-1976. Visiting associate, Cal Tech, 1975- 1976. SRI International, 1976-1992. 14 U.S. patents. 1954-1957, I was an instructor in SCU Chemistry Department. Electronic Materials is an excellent field for chemists. I found that most of that work is done by physicists and engineers who do not understand chemical processing, thus there are many opportunities for inovative R&D. I always worked less than 20 miles from SCU, so was there when much of the Silicon Valley industry evolved.