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June 13, 2008
Nitronex Names Sadler Principal Engineer DR. ROBERT A. SADLER has been named principal engineer for Nitronex. He has more than 27 years of industry experience in compound semiconductor device and process engineering. He most recently ...

Nitronex Names Sadler Principal Engineer
DR. ROBERT A. SADLER has been named principal engineer for Nitronex. He has more than 27 years of industry experience in compound semiconductor device and process engineering. He most recently served as technical director, devices, for Northrop Grumman Corp., where he was responsible for the development of GaN technology. He also previously worked at RF Micro Devices as a principal scientist responsible for the initial pilot production of GaN power transistors. Sadler is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and a permanent member of the IEEE Electron Device Society and Microwave Theory & Techniques Society. He has published more than 75 technical papers and holds 11 US patents on compound semiconductor devices and processes.

The John Hopkins UniversityKRISTINA M. JOHNSON, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, received the John Fritz Medal by the American Association of Engineering Societies for her expertise in optics, optoelectronic switching, and display technology.
Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC)
DR. KATHERINE L. MORSE, an SAIC Technical Fellow, received the IEEE Computer Society Award for Leadership in Modeling and Simulationthe 2007 Hans Karlsson award. Morse has been involved in the standardization of modeling and simulation technology for more than a decade, making significant contributions to several key simulation interoperability standards.
PicoChip
JACKIE BARKER appointed to the newly created post of VP operations; formerly in charge of supply-chain strategy at Clearspeed.
Indium Corp.
DAMIAN SANTHANASAMY promoted to senior technical engineer; formerly technical engineer for Indium's Asia-Pacific operations.
National Technical Systems, Inc.
RICK SMITH joins the NTS Fullerton Operations group; formerly with Wyle Laboratories as director of El Segundo test operations.
Staccato Communications
JEFF GRAY appointed vice president of worldwide sales and business development; formerly vice president of sales at GloNav. MANJUL AGRAWAL appointed director of sales for Japan and Korea; formerly director of sales for Asia for Broadcom through the Sandburst acquisition. HOFFEI HOU named director of sales for Taiwan and Greater China; formerly a VP at CoAsia Microelectronics Corp. as well as Taiwan country manager for Transmeta. SAMPAN CHEN appointed to field applications engineering director for Asia; formerly held similar roles at GPS start-up GloNav and UWB startup Artimi.
Air Semiconductor
HUGH THOMAS appointed CEO; formerly CEO of TapRoot Systems.
LadyBug Technologies LLC
SCOTT CONRAD named vice president of sales and marketing; formerly senior vice president of sales for LitePoint Corp.

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