Thursday, March 25th, 2021
10:00 AM PDT
This seminar is complimentary to our Guests.
Who should attend?
- Design Engineers
- Engineering Management
- R & D and Process Engineers
- Manufacturing Engineers
- Quality/Validation Managers
- Product & Ops Managers
- Application Engineers
Machine designers have many design criteria and decisions to make that get more complicated with processes in ultra clean environments.
In this seminar we have invited three speakers who are intimately familiar with robotics and machine design criteria. Our speakers from Staubli will address robotics issues in aseptic pharma and our own Tony Smith will share some case studies that illustrate some of the challenges facing our customers in implementing machine design in SEMI applications.
Do you need answers to current ultra clean problems? Do you need to better understand practical issues around ultra clean environments in automation? Or do you just want to learn more? If you do, please join us for our seminar that will focus on automation solutions in ultra clean environments.
Key Account Manager, Semiconductor, Staubli
Mr. Papendorf has almost 40 years of experience with Staubli and is the global specialist for semiconductor robotic automation. Located in Bayreuth, Germany, Klaus has a global and extensive knowledge on all semicon applications.Brandon Harrison
Applications Engineering Manager – North America, Staubli
Mr. Harrison joined Staubli in 2011 as an application engineer and has been involved in hundreds of robotic integrations from conception to installation within a wide range of industries and fields. Today, Brandon manages a team of application, control and mechanical engineers.Tony Smith, PE
VP of Engineering, Owens Design
Mr. Smith has over 20 years of experience in automation design in the semiconductor, consumer electronics, disk drive and solar industries among others. As VP of Engineering at Owens Design, he has managed the integration of robots into numerous automation projects where cleanliness is a critical factor. Tony has been with Owens Design for over 18 years with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and an MS from Santa Clara University.