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  • Kamel Ounedjela - part I - calisolar - au dbf d'cotobre 2010 Kamel was for many years with Cypress Semiconductors, where he participated in the investment in SunPower in 2001. In 2006, he founded his company, Calisolar, which now has a R&D center in Berlin Germany, and closed recently a $100M round of financing for creating a 80 Megawatt fab here in Sunnyvale. Dr Ounadjela has spent over 25 years building on a long track record of product development in the semiconductor, disk drive and photovoltaic industries. Kamel has been working on device physics, manufacturing management, technology transfer and engineering processes where he brought multiple scale-up experience along with specific technical expertise. Kamel has been involved in all aspects of the manufacturing value-stream where leading projects included transferring products from R&D through Pilot phase into Production. Prior to founding CaliSolar, Kamel was Senior Director at Cypress Semiconductor where he was leading the development and pilot production of a new memory chip successfully commercialized to the market. Prior to Cypress, he worked at Veeco Instruments as the director of data storage where he contributed to the development and manufacturing of a new set of deposition tools which opened a large revenue stream for the company. Prior to Veeco Instruments, Kamel was director of research at the CNRS in France where he led a group of scientists and engineers in the field of nanotechnologies, semiconductor processes and spin electronics devices for memory and solar ...
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  • Wafering Stranger/Charlie McCoy & The United 2005, featuring French Folk singer Annabel Performing Wafering Stranger. The United are Jean Yves Lozach, Danny Vriet, Sjoerd Plak/Guitar Ray, Tijmen Zinkhaan en Hans Molenaar. 2005.
  • Lily Bea's Thanksgiving Performance.wmv Lily Bea Dillinger singing "The Wafering Pilgrim" at her Kindergarten Thanksgiving Program Cedar Bluff Elementary, Cedar Bluff, VA.
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  • Cookie Eating Race (or Status Epilepticus?) Two brothers from St. Louis shock and awe as they duke it out at Epileptic 'nilla Wafering at a family reunion. Yes, we're being worked up for congenital seizure disorders.
  • Six Day's on the road/Hans Molenaar on drums w/ Charlie McCoy & The United 2005 Performing Six day´s on the road. The United are Jean Yves Lozach, Danny Vriet, Sjoerd Plak/Guitar Ray, Tijmen Zinkhaan en Hans Molenaar. 2005.
  • dbf octobre 2010 - Kamel Ounadjela - Calisolar - solar energy Kamel was for many years with Cypress Semiconductors, where he participated in the investment in SunPower in 2001. In 2006, he founded his company, Calisolar, which now has a R&D center in Berlin Germany, and closed recently a $100M round of financing for creating a 80 Megawatt fab here in Sunnyvale. Dr Ounadjela has spent over 25 years building on a long track record of product development in the semiconductor, disk drive and photovoltaic industries. Kamel has been working on device physics, manufacturing management, technology transfer and engineering processes where he brought multiple scale-up experience along with specific technical expertise. Kamel has been involved in all aspects of the manufacturing value-stream where leading projects included transferring products from R&D through Pilot phase into Production. Prior to founding CaliSolar, Kamel was Senior Director at Cypress Semiconductor where he was leading the development and pilot production of a new memory chip successfully commercialized to the market. Prior to Cypress, he worked at Veeco Instruments as the director of data storage where he contributed to the development and manufacturing of a new set of deposition tools which opened a large revenue stream for the company. Prior to Veeco Instruments, Kamel was director of research at the CNRS in France where he led a group of scientists and engineers in the field of nanotechnologies, semiconductor processes and spin electronics devices for memory and solar ...
  • ***yst Insight: Citigroup Maintained Its Sell Rating On Evergreen Solar, Updated Its Model Citigroup maintained its sell rating on Evergreen Solar (NASDAQ:ESLR) and updated their model for the company. ***yst Timothy Arcuri said, "While we find it hard to believe the Chinese gov't would let ESLR die, given the country's commitment to solar and the potential cost benefit of ESLR's wafering technology, we believe it's early in the funding process and that the company could run-out of money in mid-2012 without capital. This means any delays in commercialization create meaningful solvency risk. If ESLR can make progress through 2011 on 156mm, the stock should move higher (potentially meaningfully), but in the medium-term, ESLR could get boxed out of the market as the eventual loosening of demand will result in customers placing greater focus on warranty fulfillment risk." Thebank sees a fiscal 2010 loss of $0.33 per share, vs. consensus estimates for a loss of $0.34 per share, and a fiscal 2011 loss of $0.10 per share, vs. consensus estimates for a loss of $0.21 per share. SmarTrend alerted subscribers to take profits in Evergreen Solar on February 03, 2010 at $1.44, since then the stock fell 57.2%. We are now watching for any positive developments that could result in a new uptrend signal.
  • kamel ounadjela - amel was for many years with Cypress Semiconductors, where he participated in the investment in SunPower in 2001. In 2006, he founded his company, Calisolar, which now has a R&D center in Berlin Germany, and closed recently a $100M round of financing for creating a 80 Megawatt fab here in Sunnyvale. Dr Ounadjela has spent over 25 years building on a long track record of product development in the semiconductor, disk drive and photovoltaic industries. Kamel has been working on device physics, manufacturing management, technology transfer and engineering processes where he brought multiple scale-up experience along with specific technical expertise. Kamel has been involved in all aspects of the manufacturing value-stream where leading projects included transferring products from R&D through Pilot phase into Production. Prior to founding CaliSolar, Kamel was Senior Director at Cypress Semiconductor where he was leading the development and pilot production of a new memory chip successfully commercialized to the market. Prior to Cypress, he worked at Veeco Instruments as the director of data storage where he contributed to the development and manufacturing of a new set of deposition tools which opened a large revenue stream for the company. Prior to Veeco Instruments, Kamel was director of research at the CNRS in France where he led a group of scientists and engineers in the field of nanotechnologies, semiconductor processes and spin electronics devices for memory and solar ...
  • part III - Kamel Ounadjela - Calisolar - solar energy - dbf - octobre 2010 Kamel was for many years with Cypress Semiconductors, where he participated in the investment in SunPower in 2001. In 2006, he founded his company, Calisolar, which now has a R&D center in Berlin Germany, and closed recently a $100M round of financing for creating a 80 Megawatt fab here in Sunnyvale. Dr Ounadjela has spent over 25 years building on a long track record of product development in the semiconductor, disk drive and photovoltaic industries. Kamel has been working on device physics, manufacturing management, technology transfer and engineering processes where he brought multiple scale-up experience along with specific technical expertise. Kamel has been involved in all aspects of the manufacturing value-stream where leading projects included transferring products from R&D through Pilot phase into Production. Prior to founding CaliSolar, Kamel was Senior Director at Cypress Semiconductor where he was leading the development and pilot production of a new memory chip successfully commercialized to the market. Prior to Cypress, he worked at Veeco Instruments as the director of data storage where he contributed to the development and manufacturing of a new set of deposition tools which opened a large revenue stream for the company. Prior to Veeco Instruments, Kamel was director of research at the CNRS in France where he led a group of scientists and engineers in the field of nanotechnologies, semiconductor processes and spin electronics devices for memory and solar ...
  • The Devil went down to Georgia/Hans Molenaar on drums w/ Charlie McCoy & The United 2005 Performing The Devil went down to Georgia. The United are Jean Yves Lozach, Danny Vriet, Sjoerd Plak, Tijmen Zinkhaan en Hans Molenaar. 2005.
  • kamel Ounadjela - IV - au dbf d'octobre 2010 voir Kamel was for many years with Cypress Semiconductors, where he participated in the investment in SunPower in 2001. In 2006, he founded his company, Calisolar, which now has a R&D center in Berlin Germany, and closed recently a $100M round of financing for creating a 80 Megawatt fab here in Sunnyvale. Dr Ounadjela has spent over 25 years building on a long track record of product development in the semiconductor, disk drive and photovoltaic industries. Kamel has been working on device physics, manufacturing management, technology transfer and engineering processes where he brought multiple scale-up experience along with specific technical expertise. Kamel has been involved in all aspects of the manufacturing value-stream where leading projects included transferring products from R&D through Pilot phase into Production. Prior to founding CaliSolar, Kamel was Senior Director at Cypress Semiconductor where he was leading the development and pilot production of a new memory chip successfully commercialized to the market. Prior to Cypress, he worked at Veeco Instruments as the director of data storage where he contributed to the development and manufacturing of a new set of deposition tools which opened a large revenue stream for the company. Prior to Veeco Instruments, Kamel was director of research at the CNRS in France where he led a group of scientists and engineers in the field of nanotechnologies, semiconductor processes and spin electronics devices for ...