have an advanced instrumentation component (e.g., synchrotron light sources for semiconductor processing). Some would be expected to involve close coordination with disciplines outside the materials or materials-related fields (e.g., business). All would focus on development of industrially useful technology, technology transfer, and quality and economy in design and production processes.
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