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ATLANT 3D Welcomes Dr. Tom Walsh as the New Chair of Its Advisory Board

ATLANT 3D Welcomes Dr. Tom Walsh as the New Chair of Its Advisory Board

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, 27, May 2024 – ATLANT 3D, a leader in atomic-scale advanced manufacturing technology, is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Thomas M. Walsh as the new Chair of its Advisory Board. Dr. Walsh brings a wealth of experience and a proven track record of driving growth and profitability in the high-tech and semiconductor industries. 

Dr. Walsh’s career is distinguished by his effective leadership and strategic insight, having previously led Tokyo Electron to three consecutive years of 15% growth, significantly increasing revenues and enhancing customer relationships. Before that, he served as the President of NEXX Systems, where he transformed a $7 million loss into a substantial profit, culminating in the successful acquisition of the company. 

His earlier roles include significant positions at Novellus Systems and IBM, where he was instrumental in leading major product developments and achieving market leadership in semiconductor equipment. Dr. Walsh holds an MBA from Stern School of Business, a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from Purdue University, and a BA in Chemistry from Lehman College. 

Dr. Walsh’s appointment marks a significant milestone for ATLANT 3D as we continue to pioneer new advancements in micro- and nano-fabrication technologies. His extensive experience and visionary leadership are invaluable assets that will guide our strategic initiatives and drive our mission forward. 

For more information about ATLANT 3D and its Advisory Board, please visit https://atlant3d.com. 

About ATLANT 3D:  

ATLANT 3D is at the forefront of atomic-scale advanced manufacturing technology, leading the development of innovative solutions that enhance the capabilities and efficiency of micro- and nano-fabrication across various industries. 

Contact:   

Antony Matsepa 

PR & Communication 

Email: [email protected] 

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