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of Professor R.L. Anderson, an early hetero-junction researcher, I had my rst exposure to hetero-junction bipolar transistors, III V devices, and cryogenics, little did I know that time that I would be the rst one working on ESD protection of Silicon Germanium and Silicon Germanium Carbon devices ten years later. At IBM, I was fortunate to have many mentors and friends from IBM Burlington Vermont, IBM East Fishkill, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, IBM San Jose, IBM Rochester, IBM Haifa Israel, and IBM RF Boston Design Center. My early years in bipolar SRAM development was in uenced by Roy Flaker, Jack Gerbach, Russ Houghton, Jeffery Chu, Badih El-Kareh, John Aitken, Tak Ning, Denny Tang, George Sai-Halasz, Jack Y.-C. Sun, and Robert Dennard. In the RF CMOS and RF BiCMOS Silicon Germanium area, I would like to thank my peers who assisted in ESD work, invention, design kits, measurements, and technical support: Louis Lanzerotti, Robb Johnson, Peter Zampardi, Ephrem G. Gebreselasie, Amy Van Laecke, Stephen Ames, Susan E. Strang, Donald Jordan, C. Nicholas Perez, David S. Collins, Doug Hershberger, Alan Norris, Arnold Baizley, Bradley Orner, Michael Zierak, Robert Rassel, Peter B. Gray, Ben T. Voegeli, Q.Z. Liu, J.S. Rieh, John He, Jay Rascoe, Xue Feng Liu, Doug Coolbaugh, Natalie Feilchenfeld, Dawn Wang, J.S. Lee, Stephen St. Onge, Alvin Joseph, James Dunn, David Harame, Gary Patton, and Bernard Meyerson. In the ESD discipline, I would like to thank for the years of support and the opportunity to provide lectures, invited talks, and tutorials on ESD and latchup; from the SEMATECH ESD group, the Electrical Overstress/Electrostatic Discharge (EOS/ESD) Symposium, the International Reliability Physics Symposium (IRPS), the Taiwan Electrostatic Discharge Conference (T-ESDC), the International Physical and Failure Analysis (IPFA), the International Conference on Electromagnetic Compatibility (ICEMAC), the Bipolar/BiCMOS Circuit and Technology Meeting (BCTM), and the International Solid State Circuit Conference (ISSCC), as well as ESD Association Education Committee, and the ESD Association Device Testing Standards Committees. I would like to thank the ESD Association of ce for the support in the area of publications, standards developments, and conference activities, with a special thanks to Lisa Pimpinella. In the eld of ESD in RF devices, I would like to thank Prof. Elyse Rosenbaum (UIUC), Prof. Ming-Dou Ker (NCTU), Karl Heinz Bock, Eugene Worley, Corrine Richier (ST Microelectronics), Marise BaFluer (CNRS), Ann Fletcher (RF MicroDevices), Patrick Juliano (Intel), and Kathy Muhonen (RF MicroDevices), and Sami Hynoven. I would like to thank my summer students and ESD support in the RF ESD eld Patrick Juliano of UIUC, Brian Ronan of Princeton University, and Anne Watson of Penn State University for her hard work, collaboration, and participating in ESD and latchup experimentation, and discovery. A special thanks to Ephrem G. Gebreselasie for his hard work and support, in both ESD and latchup in RF CMOS and RF BiCMOS SiGe development. I would also like to thank the publisher John Wiley & Sons, Ltd and its staff in Chichester, Taiwan, Singapore, and China for taking on this rst ESD book series. And most important a special thanks to my children, Aaron Samuel Voldman and Rachel Pesha Voldman, and my wife Annie Brown Voldman. May we all ful ll what we want in our lives and walk a path of righteousness, justice, and truth. And of course, my parents, Carl and Blossom Voldman. Baruch HaShem. . . B H Dr. Steven H. Voldman IEEE Fellow
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