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Molecular Imprints enlists two new Vice Presidents

01 July 2008 | By Síle Mc Mahon | Going Places

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Paul HofemannMolecular Imprints, Inc., has announced the appointment of two industry veterans to its management team. Ben Eynon joins the company as Vice President of marketing and business development for semiconductors, while Paul Hofemann (pictured) takes up the post of Vice President of marketing and business development for hard disk drives and emerging markets.

 

Mr. Eynon will assume responsibility for development and integration efforts of Molecular Imprints' S-FIL nanopatterning technology. He joins the company from his former role as Director of advanced lithography process development for Samsung. He also served as Associate Director of lithography for SEMATECH, and has worked in management roles with companies such as KLA-Tencor, Photronics, DuPont Photomasks and Texas Instruments.

Mr. Hofemann will be shouldered with responsibility for the company’s expansion in the hard disk drive and nanopatterning industries. He has previously held the title of Vice President in various marketing and business development divisions at Photronics, ADE and Veeco Instruments. He also held management roles at companies including KLA-Tencor, Semi-Gas Systems and Applied Materials.

By Síle Mc Mahon

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