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News Article | May 15, 2017
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FREMONT, Calif., May 15, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lam Research Corp. (Nasdaq:LRCX), an advanced manufacturer of semiconductor equipment, today announced that Dr. Young Bum Koh has joined the company's board of directors effective as of May 10, 2017. Dr. Koh held many executive positions at Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd in South Korea.  Prior to his most recent position as Advisor until December 2016, he served from December 2011 to December 2013 as Executive Vice President, Head of the Mechatronics R&D Center; from January 2010 to July 2011 as Executive Vice President, Head of the Manufacturing Operation Center, LCD Business; and from January 2004 to June 2007 as Senior Vice President, Head of Manufacturing Technology Center, Memory Business.  Dr. Koh also served as Executive Vice President and President of Samsung Austin Semiconductor LLC located in Texas from August 2007 to December 2009.     "We are honored to welcome Dr. Koh as a Director of Lam Research," said Stephen G. Newberry, chairman of Lam Research. "Dr. Koh brings to the Lam Research board substantial high technology operations knowledge and expertise built over the course of his distinguished career. His intimate understanding of the semiconductor industry paired with his international leadership experience in research, development and manufacturing will be a tremendous asset in our boardroom.” Lam Research Corp. (Nasdaq:LRCX) is a trusted global supplier of innovative wafer fabrication equipment and services to the semiconductor industry. Lam's broad portfolio of market-leading deposition, etch, and clean solutions helps customers achieve success on the wafer by enabling device features that are 1,000 times smaller than a grain of sand, resulting in smaller, faster, more powerful, and more power-efficient chips. Through collaboration, continuous innovation, and delivering on commitments, Lam is transforming atomic-scale engineering and enabling its customers to shape the future of technology. Based in Fremont, Calif., Lam Research is a Nasdaq-100 Index® and S&P 500® company whose common stock trades on the Nasdaq Global Select Market℠ under the symbol LRCX. For more information, please visit www.lamresearch.com. (LRCX-B)


News Article | May 15, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

FREMONT, Calif., May 15, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lam Research Corp. (Nasdaq:LRCX), an advanced manufacturer of semiconductor equipment, today announced that Dr. Young Bum Koh has joined the company's board of directors effective as of May 10, 2017. Dr. Koh held many executive positions at Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd in South Korea.  Prior to his most recent position as Advisor until December 2016, he served from December 2011 to December 2013 as Executive Vice President, Head of the Mechatronics R&D Center; from January 2010 to July 2011 as Executive Vice President, Head of the Manufacturing Operation Center, LCD Business; and from January 2004 to June 2007 as Senior Vice President, Head of Manufacturing Technology Center, Memory Business.  Dr. Koh also served as Executive Vice President and President of Samsung Austin Semiconductor LLC located in Texas from August 2007 to December 2009.     "We are honored to welcome Dr. Koh as a Director of Lam Research," said Stephen G. Newberry, chairman of Lam Research. "Dr. Koh brings to the Lam Research board substantial high technology operations knowledge and expertise built over the course of his distinguished career. His intimate understanding of the semiconductor industry paired with his international leadership experience in research, development and manufacturing will be a tremendous asset in our boardroom.” Lam Research Corp. (Nasdaq:LRCX) is a trusted global supplier of innovative wafer fabrication equipment and services to the semiconductor industry. Lam's broad portfolio of market-leading deposition, etch, and clean solutions helps customers achieve success on the wafer by enabling device features that are 1,000 times smaller than a grain of sand, resulting in smaller, faster, more powerful, and more power-efficient chips. Through collaboration, continuous innovation, and delivering on commitments, Lam is transforming atomic-scale engineering and enabling its customers to shape the future of technology. Based in Fremont, Calif., Lam Research is a Nasdaq-100 Index® and S&P 500® company whose common stock trades on the Nasdaq Global Select Market℠ under the symbol LRCX. For more information, please visit www.lamresearch.com. (LRCX-B)


News Article | May 15, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

FREMONT, Calif., May 15, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lam Research Corp. (Nasdaq:LRCX), an advanced manufacturer of semiconductor equipment, today announced that Dr. Young Bum Koh has joined the company's board of directors effective as of May 10, 2017. Dr. Koh held many executive positions at Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd in South Korea.  Prior to his most recent position as Advisor until December 2016, he served from December 2011 to December 2013 as Executive Vice President, Head of the Mechatronics R&D Center; from January 2010 to July 2011 as Executive Vice President, Head of the Manufacturing Operation Center, LCD Business; and from January 2004 to June 2007 as Senior Vice President, Head of Manufacturing Technology Center, Memory Business.  Dr. Koh also served as Executive Vice President and President of Samsung Austin Semiconductor LLC located in Texas from August 2007 to December 2009.     "We are honored to welcome Dr. Koh as a Director of Lam Research," said Stephen G. Newberry, chairman of Lam Research. "Dr. Koh brings to the Lam Research board substantial high technology operations knowledge and expertise built over the course of his distinguished career. His intimate understanding of the semiconductor industry paired with his international leadership experience in research, development and manufacturing will be a tremendous asset in our boardroom.” Lam Research Corp. (Nasdaq:LRCX) is a trusted global supplier of innovative wafer fabrication equipment and services to the semiconductor industry. Lam's broad portfolio of market-leading deposition, etch, and clean solutions helps customers achieve success on the wafer by enabling device features that are 1,000 times smaller than a grain of sand, resulting in smaller, faster, more powerful, and more power-efficient chips. Through collaboration, continuous innovation, and delivering on commitments, Lam is transforming atomic-scale engineering and enabling its customers to shape the future of technology. Based in Fremont, Calif., Lam Research is a Nasdaq-100 Index® and S&P 500® company whose common stock trades on the Nasdaq Global Select Market℠ under the symbol LRCX. For more information, please visit www.lamresearch.com. (LRCX-B)


News Article | May 15, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

FREMONT, Calif., May 15, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lam Research Corp. (Nasdaq:LRCX), an advanced manufacturer of semiconductor equipment, today announced that Dr. Young Bum Koh has joined the company's board of directors effective as of May 10, 2017. Dr. Koh held many executive positions at Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd in South Korea.  Prior to his most recent position as Advisor until December 2016, he served from December 2011 to December 2013 as Executive Vice President, Head of the Mechatronics R&D Center; from January 2010 to July 2011 as Executive Vice President, Head of the Manufacturing Operation Center, LCD Business; and from January 2004 to June 2007 as Senior Vice President, Head of Manufacturing Technology Center, Memory Business.  Dr. Koh also served as Executive Vice President and President of Samsung Austin Semiconductor LLC located in Texas from August 2007 to December 2009.     "We are honored to welcome Dr. Koh as a Director of Lam Research," said Stephen G. Newberry, chairman of Lam Research. "Dr. Koh brings to the Lam Research board substantial high technology operations knowledge and expertise built over the course of his distinguished career. His intimate understanding of the semiconductor industry paired with his international leadership experience in research, development and manufacturing will be a tremendous asset in our boardroom.” Lam Research Corp. (Nasdaq:LRCX) is a trusted global supplier of innovative wafer fabrication equipment and services to the semiconductor industry. Lam's broad portfolio of market-leading deposition, etch, and clean solutions helps customers achieve success on the wafer by enabling device features that are 1,000 times smaller than a grain of sand, resulting in smaller, faster, more powerful, and more power-efficient chips. Through collaboration, continuous innovation, and delivering on commitments, Lam is transforming atomic-scale engineering and enabling its customers to shape the future of technology. Based in Fremont, Calif., Lam Research is a Nasdaq-100 Index® and S&P 500® company whose common stock trades on the Nasdaq Global Select Market℠ under the symbol LRCX. For more information, please visit www.lamresearch.com. (LRCX-B)


Santa Clara, California headquartered Applied Materials Inc.'s shares saw a decline of 5.13%, finishing Wednesday's trading session at $42.76. A total volume of 20.01 million shares was traded, which was higher than their three months average volume of 8.37 million shares. In the last month and the previous three months, the stock has advanced 12.38% and 20.83%, respectively. Additionally, the Company's shares have gained 32.88% since the start of this year. The stock is trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages by 7.49% and 28.62%, respectively. Moreover, shares of Applied Materials, which provides manufacturing equipment, services, and software to the semiconductor, display, and related industries worldwide, have a Relative Strength Index (RSI) of 57.60. On May 08th, 2017, Applied Materials announced that Gary Dickerson, President and CEO, will participate in a question-and-answer session at the J.P. Morgan Technology, Media and Telecom Conference in Boston on Monday, May 22nd, 2017, beginning at 4:20 p.m. EDT. A live, audio webcast of the session will be available on the Company's website. On May 15th, 2017, research firm Stifel reiterated its 'Buy' rating on the Company's stock with an increase of the target price from $42 a share to $50 a share. Free research report on AMAT is available at: http://stock-callers.com/registration/?symbol=AMAT On Wednesday, shares in Fremont, California headquartered Lam Research Corp. recorded a trading volume of 2.28 million shares. The stock ended the session 3.47% lower at $147.27. The Company's shares have gained 15.57% in the last one month, 27.19% over the previous three months, and 39.82% on an YTD basis. The stock is trading 9.70% above its 50-day moving average and 33.93% above its 200-day moving average. Furthermore, shares of Lam Research, which designs, manufactures, markets, refurbishes, and services semiconductor processing systems used in the fabrication of integrated circuits, have an RSI of 57.89. On May 15th, 2017, Lam Research announced that Dr. Young Bum Koh has joined the Company's board of directors effective as of May 10th, 2017. Dr. Koh held many executive positions at Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd in South Korea. Prior to his most recent position as Advisor until December 2016, Dr. Koh served as Executive Vice President, Head of the Mechatronics R&D Center, from December 2011 to December 2013. The complimentary research report on LRCX can be downloaded at: http://stock-callers.com/registration/?symbol=LRCX Shares in North Reading, Massachusetts headquartered Teradyne Inc. closed at $33.86, down 5.37% from the last trading session. The stock recorded a trading volume of 2.60 million shares, which was above its three months average volume of 2.13 million shares. The Company's shares have gained 8.28% in the last one month, 17.24% over the previous three months, and 33.62% since the start of this year. The stock is trading 4.59% and 30.07% above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages, respectively. Additionally, shares of Teradyne, which designs, develops, manufactures, sells, and supports automatic test equipment worldwide, have an RSI of 46.91. On May 09th, 2017, Teradyne announced a quarterly cash dividend of $0.07 per share, payable on June 23rd, 2017, to shareholders of record as of the close of business on June 01st, 2017. Visit us today and access our complete research report on TER at: http://stock-callers.com/registration/?symbol=TER Ewing, New Jersey headquartered Universal Display Corp.'s stock ended 5.30% lower at $110.85. A total volume of 1.02 million shares was traded, which was above their three months average volume of 851,260 shares. The Company's shares have advanced 36.01% in the last one month, 57.63% over the previous three months, and 96.96% on an YTD basis. The stock is trading above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages by 23.50% and 64.35%, respectively. Furthermore, shares of Universal Display have an RSI of 67.68. On May 11th, 2017, Universal Display announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Adesis Inc., purchased its New Castle, Delaware building to expand its custom organic synthesis, research and development, and specialty manufacturing capabilities. The New Castle, DE facility is a 47,500-square-foot building in the Southgate Industrial Center, of which Adesis had previously leased about 25,100 square feet. 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News Article | April 19, 2017
Site: phys.org

"As you might expect of the fastest land animal in the world, the cheetah makes very efficient use of its energy," Folkertsma explains. "I wanted to create a robot that runs the same way, with the aim of applying this knowledge to the development of new robots. Robots are bound to play an increasingly important part in our daily lives and we therefore have to ensure that they can move effectively in our environment. My robot vacuum cleaner, for example, cannot climb stairs or even cope with thresholds. We therefore need to develop robots that can walk and when it comes to moving around efficiently, there's a lot we can learn from the cheetah." While walking robots tend to be large and heavy, taking cumbersome steps that use a lot of energy, the cheetah runs swiftly and smoothly. "By applying knowledge about the movement patterns of the cheetah, you can develop robots that walk more elegantly and above all efficiently," Folkertsma continues. His research provides valuable knowledge that can be used to optimize the robots of the future, designed to support us in areas such as healthcare or housekeeping. The knowledge gained from the project can also be put to good use in rehabilitation robots or advanced prosthetics that are equipped with robotics. Folkertsma studied extensive video footage of cheetahs and used software to analyse their movements. The backbone proves crucial to the power this big cat generates. Bending and extending its spine enables the cheetah to move efficiently, run exceptionally fast and make huge leaps. "The main difference between existing walking robots and my cheetah robot is therefore the backbone," Folkertsma says. "The trick was to imitate it without complicating matters unnecessarily: instead of vertebrae and intervertebral discs, we worked with a cleverly placed spring which delivers approximately the same effect. Cheetahs are also able to store a lot of energy in their muscles for later use. This too is something we have imitated by fitting carefully selected springs in our robot's legs." "My robot can be seen as a simulated skeleton, complete with muscles and joints. Not every element is where you would find it in the animal, but the spine, shoulders and hips occupy the same position. A real cheetah not only runs, but also climbs trees for example. That is not something our robot needs to copy. After all, the aim was not to reconstruct a cheetah, but to reap the rewards of its efficient way of running. By way of illustration, the robot does not have a normal foot, but a light-weight mechanism with springs which turned out to be more efficient." The prototype developed by Folkertsma weighs in at 2.5 kg and is 30 cm long: twenty times lighter than a real cheetah and four times smaller. Taking into account the weight difference, the robot moves using only about fifteen percent more energy than a real cheetah. The robot can currently reach a speed of about one kilometre per hour. "That's quite a pace for such a small robot," Folkertsma observes. "More research is needed to enable it to run as fast as a real cheetah, relatively speaking. That would entail getting up to a speed of around twenty kilometres per hour. A Master's student is currently working on a newly developed robotic leg and the first tests, focusing on a single leg, are already promising. With four legs of this type, the robot will be able to run much faster; I think this will help us make genuine advances." Geert Folkertsma will defend his PhD thesis entitled Energy-based and biomimetic robotics in the Prof. G. Berkhoff hall, in the Waaier Building on the University of Twente campus on 21 April. He conducted his doctoral research at the Department of Robotics and Mechatronics (RAM), under the supervision of Prof. Stefano Stramigioli.


News Article | May 8, 2017
Site: www.prlog.org

·      The Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) in Saudi Arabia and Siemens signed a Collaboration Agreement to pioneer the implementation of a vocational education concept, introduce the Siemens Mechatronics curriculum to..


Maintal, Germany, 01-May-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — NORMA Group, a global market leader in engineered joining technology, welcomed a group of students to the plant in Maintal today. As part of Girls’ Day and Boys’ Day, eleven girls and seven boys were introduced to the diverse training and dual study courses offered by NORMA Group at the Maintal site. “It’s nice to see that so many girls are interested in technical, industrial and commercial professions,” says Lars Prokein, Deputy Head of Training at NORMA Germany GmbH. “Our goal is to show young people the diversity of training opportunities in industrial companies. And we would be very pleased if we could inspire young people to pursue technical professions they so far know very little about.” During a plant tour, the pupils, all between 10 and 13 years of age, discovered just how many working steps go into producing a quick connector for cooling water lines in cars. They then built their own workpiece – a small engine made of construction steel – in NORMA Group’s training workshop. There, the company has been training young people since 1980. “Our training workshop enables the apprentices to learn every work process step by step without being interrupted by daily business,” says Lars Prokein. “As a growing company and one of the largest employers in the Main-Kinzig region, we are always looking for dedicated employees,” says Jörn Neubert, Managing Director of NORMA Germany GmbH. “That’s why we support young people on their way to careers.” NORMA Group trains at least ten apprentices every year. Anyone who successfully completes the apprenticeship with at least a satisfactory grade is offered an unlimited employment contract with NORMA Group. NORMA Group also offers dual study courses, besides trainings such as for mechatronics technicians, machine and plant operators, industrial mechanics, process mechanics for plastics and rubber technology, tool mechanics, specialists for warehouse logistics and industrial salespeople. In cooperation with the Berufsakademie in Frankfurt and the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen, young adults can pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration or a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics or Business Engineering. Girls’ Day and Boys’ Day are Germany-wide vocational orientation events that are supported by several Federal Ministries. On Girls’ Day, girls can check out traineeships and courses in technology, craftwork, IT and natural sciences, where women are not very well represented. As part of Boys’ Day, boys are able to familiarize themselves with occupations in which only a small number of men can be found, in nursing and education, for example. Additional information on the training opportunities is available here.


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