Thursday, October 10, 2019
MEMS Q&A with Albert P. Pisano, Dean of the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering
“As a MEMS practitioner for almost 30 years, I fully understand the need to focus at the device level to ensure that the MEMS design meets SWAP (Size, Weight And Power) and other requirements,” said Albert P. Pisano, Dean of the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering. “But I truly believe that MEMS designers must learn to think more about subsystem and system issues, since the future of MEMS will be won by those who cannot only design the device right, but who can design the right device. By taking a much more market- and system-oriented approach to MEMS design thinking, companies in this industry will realize greater success.”
Read the full Q&A with Albert P. Pisano and Nishita Rao, marketing manager for technology communities, at SEMI.