To Berkeley, this is good because at least for BSIM and MOSFET, UB is still the headquarters. However, I am very disappointed that the amount is small. $2.2M is not that big. UB needs a lot of capital to shape this sector. This is not up to what the CEO of TI earns in a year. Yes, and they expect that to change the R&D from UB
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