Background Chris completed a Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Physics prior to completing a Bachelor of Electronic Engineering in Microelectronic Engineering at the UniSA in 2006. During a two year period in Canada commencing in 2003, Chris obtained work experience as a research and development engineer at OCI Vacuum Microelectronic Engineering. Duties involved research and development of electron guns, ion guns and control electronics.
Upon completion of work experience, Chris joined the Surface Analysis Centre, Surface Science Western at the University of Western Ontario. At Surface Science Western he was a Research Assistant involved with the design and development of a non-destructive Kratos XPS in-situ hydrogen plasma gun. This ... Read more
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