Professor Martin Goosey has over 30 years experience in the electronics industry and is currently Industrial Director of the UK’s Innovative Electronics Manufacturing Research Centre (IeMRC).
Until April 2006 he was Chief Scientist and Technology Fellow at Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials’ European Technical Centre in Coventry, where he worked for 15 years. Martin also spent 15 years working at the Plessey Company’s Allen Clark Research Centre and 3 years at the Morton Chemical Research Centre in the USA.
For most of his career, Martin has specialised in materials aspects of electronics interconnection, assembly and packaging. Additionally, over the last ten years, his work has also focussed on environmental issues impacting the electronics industry and he has been involved in addressing the impacts of emerging technologies and legislation.
He has worked with UK Government organisations including the DTI, the TSB, DEFRA and Envirowise for whom he has provided training, consultancy and project monitoring services, as well as undertaking various scoping and feasibility studies. Martin has participated in numerous UK and multinational multi-partner projects related to electronics manufacturing, as well as electronics reuse and related recycling technologies. He also routinely provides training in the UK and abroad, including work in Hong Kong, mainland China, Japan and Taiwan. He has also participated in UK Trade Missions in Europe and Japan.
Martin was member of the DTI’s Electronics Innovation Growth Team and was also, for many years, a member of the Board of the European Institute of Circuit Technology. He is currently a member of the Council of the Institute of Circuit Technology. Martin also worked with the Institute of Materials as a member of the Defence and Aerospace Foresight Panel which produced the ‘Electronic Materials for Defence and Aerospace’ report for UK Government.
Martin originally studied chemistry with the Royal Society of Chemistry and he has a PhD in Microelectronics Reliability. He is a Chartered Scientist, a Chartered Chemist, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, a Fellow of the Institute of Circuit Technology and a Fellow of the Institute of Materials. Back......