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Dr. Theodore (Ted) Dellin
Dr. Theodore (Ted) Dellin is the Chief Scientist Emeritus of the Microsystems Center at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico, having retired from full time work after 35 years at Sandia.. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from the City University of New York in 1969. Prior to becoming Chief Scientist of the Microsystems Center at Sandia, he was Deputy Director of Reliability, head of the Electronics Quality/Reliability Center, Manager of the Reliability Physics and Nonvolatile Technology Departments and a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff. Dr. Dellin continues to work part time for Sandia as a trainer and consultant.
Dr. Dellin has over 25 years of experience in microelectronics and microsystems. He is a past technical and general chair of the IEEE Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference. He also received the FLC Award for Technology Transfer in 1992.
He has taught in nationally televised graduate courses and conferences including 4 tutorials at the IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium, 4 tutorials at the Commercialization of Military and Space Electronics Conference and 1 tutorial at the Defense Manufacturing Conference.. At Sandia, he has implemented a comprehensive 12-course Microsystems curriculum. In addition, with Arlene Dellin he has written The 21st Century Semiconductor Technology Handbook that is specifically aimed at people working in microelectronics. He has taught short courses for organizations such as Analog Devices, General Dynamics, JPL, Medtronics and Northrup Grumman.
Dr. Dellin is actively involved in microelectronics issues at the national level including:
· Leading the development of the reliability section of the SIA’s International Technology Roadmaps For Semiconductors since 1997.
· Being a member of the Sematech Reliability Council (formerly Technical Advisory Board) since 1992.
· Serving on the external review panel for NASA’s Electronic Parts and Packaging Program
· Contributing to the development of the IEEE Reliability Prediction Standard
· Developing projects with individual companies and government agencies.
In 2006 Dr. Dellin gave a one-hour keynote address at the IEEE Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference
In 2007 Dr. Dellin has been invited to present his 5th tutorial at IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium.
Arlene Dellin, M.S.
Arlene Dellin, M.S., is a learning specialist. She has worked as a learning diagnostician and has taught at the Junior College level. She has a B.S. in Psychology from Hunter College and a M.S. in Learning Disabilities from the University of the Pacific.
She is coauthor of the 21st Century Semiconductor Technology Handbook.
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