The Center for Electronics Manufacturing and Assembly at Rochester Institute of Technology has a new interim director in Martin Anselm, effective immediately, officials announced this week.
Anselm is assistant professor of manufacturing and mechanical engineering technology. He will lead the training and research operations at the center.
Anselm has been part of RIT’s College of Applied Science and Technology for two years. He worked for 15 years at Universal Instruments as a process engineer, manager of the company’s failure analysis services and coordinator of research projects in the company’s Advanced Processing Laboratory before coming to RIT.
The Center for Electronics Manufacturing and Assembly is focused on services in semiconductor chip packaging, printed circuit board assemblies and electronics/optoelectronics systems for the electronics packaging industry.
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