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Dr. Dixon-Warren is a member of the techical staff at Chipworks where he is responsible for technical leadership in the Process Analysis Lab. He has nearly fifteen years of experience analyzing semiconductor devices. Dr. Dixon-Warren earned his PhD in Chemical Physics from the University of Toronto and spent two years as NATO Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Cambridge and four years the faculty at Washington State University. Dr. Dixon-Warren made the switch to industry in 1999 when he joined Nortel Networks Optical Components division before moving on to Chipworks 2003. Dr. Dixon-Warren is an author on more than fifty research publications. He is married and has three children.



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