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Alan Weber is the President of Alan Weber and Associates, Inc., a consulting company specializing in semiconductor factory information and control systems, SEMI integration and communications standards, Equipment Engineering Systems (EES), Advanced Process Control (APC), and other related manufacturing systems technologies. Prior to this, he was the Vice President / General Manager of KLA-Tencor's Control Solutions Division, acquired from ObjectSpace, Inc. in March 2000. While at ObjectSpace, Alan created the Fab Solutions Division, and was responsible for all aspects of the company's semiconductor manufacturing systems business, including development of the APC Framework and its eventual commercialization and global marketing / deployment as the Catalyst APC product.
Paul is a senior manufacturing systems consultant at Alan Weber & Associates, and is a specialist in mission-critical distributed manufacturing system design and implementation. Before joining, Paul spent his most recent two and a half years at KLA-Tencor's Control Solutions Division, where he was the software technical lead for the Catalyst product. He has been responsible for many analysis, design, development, and implementation tasks of selected components in the Catalyst product. He has over 20 years of experience in manufacturing, the last 18 in the semiconductor industry. He joined Control Solutions in January 1997 as one of the original developers on the AMD APC Framework Initiative project, which was the precursor to the Catalyst APC product.
Jim is a senior manufacturing systems consultant at Alan Weber & Associates, and is a specialist in fab-level system requirements analysis, design, implementation and test. Before joining, Jim spent his most recent two years at KLA-Tencor as the Catalyst Program Manager. His principal responsibility was to insure that the Control Solutions' product/technology strategy and consulting activities complemented one other and were aligned with the division's goals. This included identifying software product opportunities within the semiconductor industry, identifying emerging software technologies that may be applicable in the factory automation field, providing technical support to the sales organization, and working with new customers to insure that projects got off to a good start. In addition, he was instrumental in the development and teaching of APC product training courses.
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