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Arnon Hurwitz

Arnon Hurwitz

Arnon Max Hurwitz grew up in Cape Town, South Africa and came to the USA in 1979 as a student of Economics at Carnegie-Mellon University. He has a PhD in Mathematical Statistics. He began writing fiction and non-fiction in 1980, and has published in The Greensboro Review (1982), and Big Sky Journal (2005, 2008). Arnon published a book and CD of alphabet poems – ‘Alphabet-Saurus!’ – in 2015, a collection of stories set in South Africa – ‘Roads to Barnato’ – in 2018, and second collection of short stories—‘Lost In The Woods’— in 2020. He has lived in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Texas, Montana, California – and now lives in Havre de Grace, Maryland with his wife Mary Frances, writes, and plays the fiddle. He has three children and three grandchildren.

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Run-to-Run Control in Semiconductor Manufacturing

Run-to-Run Control in Semiconductor Manufacturing

by James Moyne (Editor), Enrique del Castillo (Editor), Arnon M. Hurwitz (Editor)

Run-to-run (R2R) control is cutting-edge technology that allows modification of a product recipe between machine “runs,” thereby minimizing process drift, shift, and variability-and with them, costs. Its effectiveness has been demonstrated in a variety of processes, such as vapor phase epitaxy, lithography, and chemical mechanical planarization. The only barrier to the semiconductor industry’s widespread adoption of this highly effective process control is a lack of understanding of the technology. Run to Run Control in Semiconductor Manufacturing overcomes that barrier by offering in-depth analyses of R2R control.

Published: November 30, 2000



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