DR. DANIEL MITCHELL JOINS INTLVAC AS CHIEF TECHNICAL OFFICER OF THIN FILM OPERATIONS
TORONTO, Canada, Dec 9, 2010
Intlvac is pleased to announce that Dr. Daniel Mitchell has been hired as the company’s Chief Technical Officer of thin film operations. Dr. Mitchell has over 15 years experience in thin film technologies. He will develop coating services using our new PARMS coating systems. (Plasma-Assisted Reactive Magnetron Sputtering)
Dr. Mitchell has served as Senior Engineering Physicist for ELCAN Optical Technologies - a role which saw him overseeing thin film design and development. Dr. Mitchell also served as Assistant Manager of R&D, Coating, at Applied Physics Specialties, focused on production, process engineering and research and development.
He holds his Ph.D. and M.Sc. from McMaster University and completed his B.Sc. at the University of Waterloo. He is first inventor on several patents and patent applications.
Intlvac manufactures a wide range of systems for Physical Vapor Deposition using a variety of techniques. Intlvac also manufactures Ion Beam Sputter Etch systems.
GEORGETOWN, ONT - Intlvac is set to carry the latest vacuum quality measurement from Brooks Automation. The VQM 830A is the world’s fastest, lowest power gas compositional analysis instrument! This machine is setting a new standard for vacuum quality measurement for its field.
“This is a new era in Vacuum Quality Measurement and we are looking forward to offering our customers this great new product to better serve their labs”, said Intlvac President Dino Deligiannis.
The VQM 830A focuses on quality offering its users full data collection, special decomposition and data logging at 100ms capture rates for the full 1-135 amu measurement range. The VQM 830A offers highest performance gas analysis with intelligent instrumentation functional design that transforms complex measurements into actionable information.
If you are interested in this product please do not hesitate to contact Intlvac at your earliest convenience.