Paul joined Nanotech West Lab in 2001 after 18 years in the semiconductor industry. He is responsible for lab safety, orientation, Biohybrid Lab operations, CHA ebeam evaporator (EVP03), furnaces, chemical hoods, Semitool SAT wafer cleaner, and some metrology tools.
Paul has worked at Intel in two positions. First he was a photolithography group leader in magnetic bubble memory. Later in central engineering he improved new wafer fab tools for manufacturing introduction and ran tool users groups focusing on continuous improvements. He moved to Columbus to a start-up, TLA Technology, later purchased by Schlumberger, to work as a product and project manager on test automation equipment for customers including Intel, IBM, Motorola, and Delco.
Paul holds a B.A. in Physics from Oberlin College.