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Adomaitis invited to present lecture series

Adomaitis invited to present lecture series

Professor Ray Adomaitis
Professor Ray Adomaitis

As part of the 23rd annual Chemical Engineering Seminar Series, Professor Ray Adomaitis was one of three U.S. faculty members chosen to present a week-long lecture series at the Institituto Tecnologico de Celaya, Mexico in January 2006. His eight lectures focused on his research and teaching interests in the area of applied mathematics and semiconductor processing, and was titled "Mathematical Modeling and Simulation Challenges in Semiconductor and Other Thin-Film Chemical Processing Systems."

January 17, 2006


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