David W. Greve-consulting

Past consulting has been in areas generally related to my research interests, including such topics as instrumentation and device characterization; thin film deposition technology, including chemical vapor deposition and plasma processes; thin film field effect transistors and circuits; and semiconductor process technology.

Consulting arrangements are typically made after an initial discussion to determine whether such an arrangement is suitable for both parties. A non-disclosure agreement may be signed at any point. Once an agreement is made, charges are typically on a per-hour or per-day basis including associated expenses.

Past projects have been with the following organizations:

Carnegie Mellon University policy allows faculty members to consult up to one day per week, provided such arrangements do not involve a conflict of interest and provided performance of regular faculty duties is unaffected.