Debra Vogler, senior technical editor

March 3, 2011 —  "You can’t approach the future by predictions. You approach the future by making it happen," Terry Brewer, founder/president of Brewer Science, says. And this mindset carries over into real-world results Click to Enlargefor the semiconductor industry, he points out: "EUV will happen if we want to make it happen."

SST’s Debra Vogler caught up with Terry Brewer at the SPIE Advanced Lithography symposium (Feb. 28 – March 3 in San Jose, CA). He reflects on the company’s 30 years in business, revisits the importance of "personal mastery" and having a vision — beyond simply having ideas, it’s condensing them into substance and driving toward an outcome.

Listen to Terry Brewer’s talk

Brewer Science also announced a series of products at SPIE Advanced Lithography, OptiStack and the ARC 300 coating series.


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