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Coordinator and Lead FacultyEngineering Technology-Electrical Engineering Technology and Semiconductor ManufacturingRichland College
Dr. Kory J. Goldammer, who came to Richland College in the Fall of 2010, holds a doctorate in physics and a master’s degree in engineering physics from the University of Oklahoma. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Dr. Goldammer worked for 12 years in the semiconductor industry, filling roles in companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500 corporations, and was an independent consultant in the semiconductor industry for two years. During that time, he worked with most of the largest semiconductor corporations in the world, but he always had a desire to teach.
He also served as a graduate research assistant in the University of Oklahoma’s Molecular Beam Epitaxy Lab, assisting in the construction of the $1 million lab from the ground up and performing research and tests leading to the creation of the highest room-temperature electron mobility structures ever measured at the university.
He is the author of numerous articles in scholarly publications, including The Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology and The Journal of Crystal Growth, and has made conference presentations both nationally and internationally. He serves on the board of advisors for the Engineering Physics Department at the University of Oklahoma and is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.