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Charles M. Weber
Charles M. Weber
Associate Professor of Engineering and Technology Management
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Knowledge-based theories of the firm in strategic management: A review and extension
S Kaplan, A Schenkel, G von Krogh, C Weber
International Journal of Project Management 25 (617), 143-158, 2001
1472001
Test method for random defects in electronic microstructures
CM Weber
US Patent 4,855,253, 1989
1351989
The evolution of patent mining: Applying bibliometrics analysis and keyword network analysis
F Madani, C Weber
World Patent Information 46, 32-48, 2016
1292016
Artificial markets: A review and assessment of a new venue for innovation research
B Zenobia, C Weber, T Daim
Technovation 29 (5), 338-350, 2009
832009
Yield learning and the sources of profitability in semiconductor manufacturing and process development
C Weber
IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing 17 (4), 590-596, 2004
722004
Inspection in semiconductor manufacturing
KW Tobin
Webster’s Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 10, 242-262, 1999
641999
An integrated framework for yield management and defect/fault reduction
C Weber, B Moslehi, M Dutta
IEEE Transactions on semiconductor manufacturing 8 (2), 110-120, 1995
341995
Mask cost and profitability in photomask manufacturing: An empirical analysis
CM Weber, CN Berglund, P Gabella
IEEE Transactions on semiconductor manufacturing 19 (4), 465-474, 2006
322006
Quantifying the value of ownership of yield analysis technologies
C Weber, V Sankaran, KW Tobin, G Scher
IEEE transactions on semiconductor manufacturing 15 (4), 411-419, 2002
282002
Knowledge transfer and the limits to profitability: An empirical study of problem-solving practices in semiconductor manufacturing and process development
C Weber
IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing 15 (4), 420-426, 2002
232002
Knowledge transfer and the limits to profitability: An empirical study of problem-solving practices in semiconductor manufacturing and process development
C Weber
IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing 15 (4), 420-426, 2002
232002
Rapid learning in high-velocity environments.
CM Weber
202004
Optimizing your position on the operating curve: How can a fab truly maximize its performance?
CM Weber, A Fayed
IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing 23 (1), 21-29, 2010
192010
Enabling collaborative solutions across the semiconductor manufacturing ecosystem
J Yang, CM Weber, P Gabella
IEEE transactions on semiconductor manufacturing 26 (4), 465-475, 2013
172013
Standard defect monitor
C Weber
Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Microelectronic Test …, 1988
171988
Do learning organizations have strokes of genius?
C Weber
2006 Technology Management for the Global Future-PICMET 2006 Conference 3 …, 2006
162006
Organizational learning and capital productivity in semiconductor manufacturing
CM Weber, J Yang
IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing 27 (3), 316-326, 2014
152014
Opening the black box of technology adoption: The motive-technology-belief framework
BA Zenobia, CM Weber
International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management 8 (04), 535-555, 2011
142011
A standardized method for CMOS unit process development
C Weber
IEEE transactions on semiconductor manufacturing 5 (2), 94-100, 1992
141992
Soft data analytics with fuzzy cognitive maps: modeling health technology adoption by elderly women
N Rahimi, AJ Jetter, CM Weber, K Wild
Advanced Data Analytics in Health, 59-74, 2018
122018
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