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But he wants to stay put because access to the UA's High Density Electronics Center (HiDEC) has been invaluable.
HiDEC was established in 1991 by the university's College of Engineering and Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences to research the development of multichip modules.
"The response was overwhelmingly positive," HiDEC Director Leonard Schaper says.
of Northboro, Mass., which has donated the licensing of some of its technology to the HiDEC program.
HiDEC has a staff of 45 and a $5 million annual budget, supplemented by a $5.6 million grant from Advanced Research Projects Agency awarded last fall, which helped legitimate the program and its work.