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Employment History

Faculty
Stanford University

Affiliations

Fellow
American Vacuum Society Inc

Education


Material Science and Engineering Department
Stanford University

Web References (82 Total References)


Society of Vacuum Coaters - SVC Education Program

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Instructor: Eric Kay, Consultant, IBM Emeritus Eric Kay spent 35 years with the IBM Research Division in San Jose, CA, heading up the Surface, Thin Film, and Plasma Science Groups. From 1991 to 1998 he was on the Stanford University Faculty in the Material Science and Engineering Department. His personal research throughout his career has been intimately involved with all aspects of plasma science in the context of thin film science and technology. He is the author of 7 book chapters, 160 technical papers, and 12 patents. He is a Fellow of the APS and AVS and was the first recipient of the John Thornton Memorial AVS Award as well as the recipient of US Senior Scientist von Humboldt Award. He is presently the Editor of -Critical Reviews- JVST.


Society of Vacuum Coaters - SVC Education Program

www.svc.org [cached]

Instructor: Eric Kay, Consultant, IBM Emeritus Eric Kay spent 35 years with the IBM Research Division in San Jose, CA, heading up the Surface, Thin Film, and Plasma Science Groups. From 1991 to 1998 he was on the Stanford University Faculty in the Material Science and Engineering Department. His personal research throughout his career has been intimately involved with all aspects of plasma science in the context of thin film science and technology. He is the author of 7 book chapters, 160 technical papers, and 12 patents. He is a Fellow of the APS and AVS and was the first recipient of the John Thornton Memorial AVS Award as well as the recipient of US Senior Scientist von Humboldt Award. He is presently the Editor of -Critical Reviews- JVST.


Society of Vacuum Coaters - Meet the Instructors

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Eric Kay spent 35 years with the IBM Research Division in San Jose, CA, heading up the Surface, Thin Film, and Plasma Science Groups. From 1991 to 1998 he was on the Stanford University Faculty in the Material Science and Engineering Department. His personal research throughout his career has been intimately involved with all aspects of plasma science in the context of thin film science and technology. He is the author of 7 book chapters, 160 technical papers, and 12 patents. He is a Fellow of the APS and AVS and was the first recipient of the John Thornton Memorial AVS Award as well as the recipient of US Senior Scientist von Humboldt Award. He is presently the Editor of -Critical Reviews- JVST.

Eric Kay is the instructor for the following courses:


Society of Vacuum Coaters - On Location Education Program

www.tennessee.svc.org [cached]

Instructor: Eric Kay, Consultant, IBM Emeritus Eric Kay spent 35 years with the IBM Research Division in San Jose, CA, heading up the Surface, Thin Film, and Plasma Science Groups. From 1991 to 1998 he was on the Stanford University Faculty in the Material Science and Engineering Department. His personal research throughout his career has been intimately involved with all aspects of plasma science in the context of thin film science and technology. He is the author of 7 book chapters, 160 technical papers, and 12 patents. He is a Fellow of the APS and AVS and was the first recipient of the John Thornton Memorial AVS Award as well as the recipient of US Senior Scientist von Humboldt Award. He is presently the Editor of -Critical Reviews- JVST.


Society of Vacuum Coaters - On Location Education Program

www.svc.org [cached]

Instructor: Eric Kay, Consultant, IBM Emeritus Eric Kay spent 35 years with the IBM Research Division in San Jose, CA, heading up the Surface, Thin Film, and Plasma Science Groups. From 1991 to 1998 he was on the Stanford University Faculty in the Material Science and Engineering Department. His personal research throughout his career has been intimately involved with all aspects of plasma science in the context of thin film science and technology. He is the author of 7 book chapters, 160 technical papers, and 12 patents. He is a Fellow of the APS and AVS and was the first recipient of the John Thornton Memorial AVS Award as well as the recipient of US Senior Scientist von Humboldt Award. He is presently the Editor of -Critical Reviews- JVST.

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