Thursday, April 23, 2015
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LOCATION: Texas Instruments Building E Conference Center
2900 Semiconductor Dr. (off Kifer Rd), Santa Clara -- click map at right.
Phil Marcoux has worked in semiconductor manufacturing and development for over 40 years. His accomplishments include IC designs, process development, company creations, and market developments. Following his founding of the first SMT company in the US he was named by the IPC as the "Father of SMT" (2007). He co-founded one of first companies to commercialize wafer-level packaging (WLP) using the widely duplicated ChipScale structure.
Following the acquisition of his SMT company, AWI, he worked with one of the major accounting firms to develop models for calculating the factory plans for large-scale EMS (Electro-Mechanical Services) factories. He was commissioned by a large computer company to use this model and business experience to enable them to select and construct their own captive factory.
Through his consultancy, PPM Associates, Phil has assessed and advised dozens of companies internationally in factory management and help with technology development and implementation. Past technology and market development areas include WLP, Wafer Thinning, 2.5D and 3D, TSVs, and Molded Array Packages.
His present projects include 3D and 2.5D for medical products, ultra-high frequency products, and CNF technology.
He is currently VP of the FOA (Fab Owners Assn.), a member of the MEPTEC Advisory Board, a member of the University of Florida College of Engineering West Coast Advisory Board, and a Life Member of the IEEE. Phil received a BSEE from University of Florida and an MS-EM from Santa Clara University.
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