SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing (ERC)

                                                          **  Bringing Sustainability to Semiconductor Manufacturing **

A multi-university research center leading the way to environmentally friendly semiconductor manufacturing, sponsored by the Semiconductor Research Corporation's Global Research Collaboration (GRC) Research Program

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ERC Mission and Objectives
** Improving performance, reducing cost,
and lowering ESH impact, simultaneously
** Incorporating ESH principles in
engineering and science education.
** Promoting "Design for Environment and
Sustainability" as a Technology Driver, not
a burden.
ERC Founding Universities (1996)
University of Arizona (Lead)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Stanford University
University of California-Berkeley
ERC Member Universities (Current)
Arizona State University
Colorado School of Mines
Johns Hopkins University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
North Carolina A&T State University
University of Arizona
University of California-Los Angeles
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
University of North Carolina-Greensboro
University of Texas-Dallas
University of Washington
ERC Member Universities (Former)
olumbia University
Cornell University

Georgia Institute of Technology
Purdue University
Stanford University
Tufts University
University of California-Berkeley
University of Maryland
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
University of Wisconsin

      ERC Administrative Headquarters
      The University of Arizona
      Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering
      Harshbarger Room 134, P.O. 210011
      The University of Arizona
      Tucson AZ  85721-0011
      Phone:  520-621-6051; Fax:  520-626-5397


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