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Roberto Panepucci received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1996, following an M.S. (1990) and B.S. (1989) degrees from Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP). He was a post-doc at the Device Research Lab at UNICAMP in Brazil, working on III-V optoelectronics. Dr. Panepucci joined the Cornell Nanofabrication Facility (CNF) in 1999 and soon after he joined Galayor Networks, a start-up developing silicon photonics devices. Joined Cornell´s Nanophotonics Group , where he further developed silicon-based integrated optic devices. Dr. Panepucci was associate professor at FIU in 2003, and received his Tenure in 2009, when soon after he took the position of Senior researcher at CTI where he now heads the IC Design Division. He has experience in silicon photonic integrated circuits and micro/nanosystem fabrication. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
This request is aimed at the acquisition of a system for the generation of optical patterns for the lithographic fabrication of structures to be used in novel nanometer- and micrometer-scale devices. There is a gap in this field in Brazil, which currently imports lithography masks and does not possess the technology to produce such devices by direct-write lithography. There are a number...
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