Hans Pfeiffer

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Hans Pfeiffer is a physicist best known for his contribution to the development of electron beam lithography.

Dr. Pfeiffer received his Ph.D. from the Technical University of Berlin, Germany in 1967 and joined IBM the following year. During his career he established a world class team and led the development of several generations of IBM's electron-beam lithography systems. He is recognized for building the industry's first shaped beam lithography systems.

Dr. Pfeiffer was elected IBM Fellow in 1985.