Sponsors Ninth International Symposium on Chemical-Mechanical
will sponsor its Ninth International Symposium on Chemical-Mechanical
Polishing during the month of August. The four-day symposium/workshop
will be held (August 8 -11, 2004) at the Hilton Resort
in Lake Placid, New York. This meeting is co-chaired
by Dr. Manabu Tsujimura (Ebara Corporation), Dr. Charles
Davis (IBM), and Vice Provost/CAMP Director S.V. Babu.
It will include presentations by industrial and university
representatives and a poster session.
Annual Technical Meeting
Inn on the Lake Canandaigua, New York
May 12-14, 2004
Ninth International Symposium on Chemical-Mechanical
Resort Lake Placid,
August 8-11, 2004
Annual Fall Meeting Clarkson University
Potsdam, New York
October 20-22, 2004
Tenth International Symposium on Chemical-Mechanical
Polishing (CMP) Hilton Resort Lake
August 14-17, 2005
information about CAMP industrial short courses,
please call Professor Richard Partch at 315-268-2351
or send email to him at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Information, on these and other CAMP events,
is available at the CAMP website at http://www.clarkson.edu/camp.
Annual Technical Meeting
Annual Technical Meeting will be held May 12 - 14, 2004
at the Canandaigua Inn on the Lake in Canandaigua, New
York. It will include representatives of Industry, University,
and New York State Economic Development Organizations.
The keynote speakers are Bob Callendar, Vice President
of Programs at NYSERDA, and Dr. Marijn Dekkers, President
and CEO of ThermoElectron. The meeting will also include
a poster display of CAMP research and a reception hosted
by Ferro Electronic Material Systems (a Corporate Sponsor
Gregory Campbell Named Fellow of the Society of Plastics
Professor Gregory A. Campbell, of Clarkson University's
Department of Chemical Engineering, has been named a
fellow of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE). SPE
fellows are selected by a committee on the basis of
their professional history as well as written sponsorships
from two SPE members. Out of 25,000 members, about 215
fellows exist, making fellowship a rarity that is awarded
to less than one percent of society members. The Society
of Plastics Engineers is a professional network of more
than 25,000 members comprised of engineers, technicians,
marketers, retailers, and other plastics professionals.
The society works to promote the plastics industry by
spreading knowledge, strengthening skills and increasing
its visibility in the marketplace.
Campbell joined Clarkson University in 1984 as an associate
professor in the Chemical Engineering Department. In
1996 he was promoted to full professor and has since
served Clarkson in various positions such as chairman
of the Chemical Engineering Department, chief information
officer, and interim dean of engineering. His scholarly
interests include research in the general area of polymer
fabrication, blown film, injection molding, microcellular
foam, composites, thin films for electronic chip manufacture,
and extruder design and analysis. He has published widely
in scientific and peer-review journals. Also Professor
Campbell has received numerous distinctions and awards,
including the Society of the Plastics Industry Award
of Excellence and the General Motors Research Laboratories
Management Award for Distinguished Achievement. In recent
years, he has delivered keynote lectures at the Japan
Society of Polymer Processing and the European Meeting
of the Polymer Processing Society in Sweden.
In addition, Professor Campbell is active in the local
community through the Potsdam Rotary Club and will serve
as district governor of Rotary District 7040 in 2005-2006.
One of the Rotary 7040 district programs that he is
actively supporting is the development of a prosthetic
foot that will be made available to victims of land
mines in the developing world at virtually no cost.
Limited joins CAMP as a
New York Associate