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Hannay House, 39 Clarendon Road
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Email: jackie.cannon@angelbc.com

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Angel Business Communications Ltd
Unit 6, Bow Court, Fletchworth Gate
Burnsall Road, Coventry CV5 6SP, UK.
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Editor

Richard Stevenson PhD
Richard.Stevenson@angelbc.com
+44 (0)1291 629640

News Editor

Christine Evans-Pughe
chrise-p@dircon.co.uk

News Analysis Editor

Dr. Rebecca Pool
editorial@rebeccapool.com

Chief Operating Officer and Key Account Sales

Stephen Whitehurst
stephen.whitehurst@angelbc.com
+44 (0)2476 718970

Publisher

Jackie Cannon
jackie.cannon@angelbc.com
+44 (0)1923 690205

US Advertising Sales Account Managers

Tom Brun
tbrun@brunmedia.com
724-539-2404
724-539-2406

Janice Jenkins
jjenkins@brunmedia.com
724-929-3550
724-929-3137

Design & Production Manager

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Mitchell Gaynor
Mitch.Gaynor@angelbc.com
+44 (0)1923 690214

Circulation Director

Subscriptions Manager

Annette Weatherilt
annette.weatherilt@angelbc.com
+44 (0)1923 690220

Directors

Stephen Whitehurst
Jan Smoothy
Bill Dunlop Uprichard

About Us

The compound semiconductor industry has never been in a healthier state. Despite the tough economic climate, two of the long-established markets - GaAs-based power amplifiers for handsets and optoelectronic devices for internet infrastructure - are performing well. LED sales are booming, due to massive uptake of this light emitting chip for netbook, laptop, and TV screen backlights. Revenue from laser chips is also booming. Increasing Blu-ray player sales are driving up nitride laser production, and high-power lasers are seeing greater deployment in industry.

On top of this, SiC and GaN devices are making inroads in power electronics and RF markets, and III-V multi-junction solar cells are starting to generate electricity on earth as well as in space. What’s more, there is growing interest in exotic materials, such as HgCdTe and the antimonides.

In short, thanks to increased manufacture of chips based from GaAs, InP, GaN, SiC and other forms of compound semiconductor, sales from this industry are on the up, a trend that should continue for many years.

Compound Semiconductor has been the leading provider of news, analysis, opinion, information and services for the worldwide Compound Semiconductor industry since 1995.

As an integral member of a stable of international titles serving the microelectronics’ world Compound Semiconductor is able to draw on the synergies of its sister titles EuroAsia Semiconductor and Solar, to increase its focus and expand its global horizons. With the largest global circulation and history of excellence, Compound Semiconductor remains the most effective and authoritative title for the industry and a must read platform for the compound semiconductor community worldwide.

Our Editors

Dr. Richard Stevenson
Editor
Richard.Stevenson@angelbc.com

Richard Stevenson is the Editor for Compound Semiconductor magazine. He has many years experience in science and technology journalism, and prior to that he worked in MOCVD process engineering. He holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge, and a MPhys from the University of Southampton.

Christine Evans-Pughe
News Editor
chrise-p@dircon.co.uk

Christine Evans-Pughe is the News Editor for Compound Semiconductor magazine. An experienced journalist specialising in science and technology, she has a degree in physics (with solid state electronics) from University College Cardiff.

Dr Rebecca Pool
News Analysis Editor
editorial@rebeccapool.com

Rebecca Pool is a News Analysis Editor for Compound Semiconductor magazine.
Rebecca has over a decade of experience in science and technology writing for a range of semiconductor, electronics, optics and telecommunications publications.
She holds an Engineering Doctorate in Materials Science from the University of Manchester.



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