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Christopher (Chip) Mason
Defining the leading-edge optical alignment sensor roadmap
"Many people have invested in me through my career, and sharing my thoughts and learnings on leadership is my attempt to pay that forward."
Bringing decades of experience in wafer and reticle alignment systems and measurement of optical aberrations, Chip Mason has been instrumental in defining the optical alignment sensor roadmap for ASML.
Currently also a mentor to many young engineers, Chip has helped to significantly increase their impact on overall system performance.
Get to know Christopher
Perkin-Elmer 1981-88, Silicon Valley Group (SVG) 1990, with ASML since 2001
Named a Fellow in 2014
Based in Wilton, United States
Optical sensors, reticle stage and chuck technology
Holds nine US patents across 17 ASML patent families