Bob had extensive engineering experience in the development of materials, applications, and designs of semiconductor packages.

Educated:   Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas

Double major:    Biology & chemistry;   Minor:   physics.

MEMBER:  MENSA (top 2% of general populations IQ)

Internationally:    Extensive background helping companies in ASIA.


1970’s Kyocera -  Worked with founder /chairman emeritus Kazuo Inamori.  Held the engineering responsibility for establishing Kyocera   Int’l, San Diego and transferring the processes and   ceramic technology to the USA used for Kyoto Ceramics, japan.

1987 brought in as an engineering consulting to EPH Engineering to provide engineering consultation/training to Chinese personnel in operation of their CERDIP factory in   Xinhua, Hunan, China.

Held Director of engineering positions and/or has been a consultant to:

    •  Varian Corporation (EimacExternal link opens in new tab or window Division) – his sisters-in-law family’s   business
        • 1964 – At 29 he Developed the final solution to split the first atom in the USA at the US Dept of Energy's Stanford Linear Accelerator External link opens in new tab or windowCenter in their two-mile-long underground linear particle Accelerator just south of Stanford University. It is still the world’s longest   accelerator.  The $873M (current day value) project was featured in Popular science
    •  Fairchild Semiconductor
    •  Teledyne Inc. (Monolith & Amelco Divisions)
    •  Burroughs Corporation
    •  Diacon Inc.
    •  EPI Engineering Inc.

Mr. Morse holds many packaging design and processing patents issued in the USA and Internationally.