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II-VI Adds Executive Vice President, Finalizes Acquisitions

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PITTSBURGH, Oct. 7, 2020 — II-VI Inc. announced that Sohail Khan has joined the company as executive vice president of new ventures and wide-bandgap electronics technologies. The company additionally closed on its acquisition of Ascatron, a Swedish company that produces silicon carbide (SiC) epitaxial wafers and devices for power electronics, and on all outstanding interests of the owners of the parent of INNOViON Corp., a Colorado Springs, Colo.-based developer of ion implantation technology and services for semiconductor devices. II-VI announced both acquisitions in August 2020.

Khan previously served as managing partner for K5 Innovations and as CEO of three companies, including a developer of ultrahigh definition video solutions for semiconductors, and a fuel-cell company.

II-VI also announced it has joined the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).
Oct 2020
That branch of science involved in the study and utilization of the motion, emissions and behaviors of currents of electrical energy flowing through gases, vacuums, semiconductors and conductors, not to be confused with electrics, which deals primarily with the conduction of large currents of electricity through metals.
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