Hai Sun

Director of Lithography Manufacturing and Operations

Dr. Sun brings more than 20 years of nanofabrication engineering and leadership experience to META. He leads the lithography manufacturing team responsible for developing and sustaining the line processes for lithography. Previously, he worked for HRL Laboratories as process integration section leader. Before HRL he spent 19 years at Western Digital first as a lithography R&D engineer, lithography R&D manager, and then Engineering Director leading both lithography R&D and HVM manufacturing. He made significant contributions to lithography process technology and led the lithography technology development and deployment for many generations of Western Digital products over the years.

Dr. Sun holds a Ph.D. degree in chemistry from Boston University, and conducted photochemistry research as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. He is the inventor of 39 granted patents to date mostly in nanofabrication technologies and authored 24 scientific publications.

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Hai Sun

Dr. Sun brings more than 20 years of nanofabrication engineering and leadership experience to META. He leads the lithography manufacturing team responsible for developing and sustaining the line processes for lithography. Previously, he worked for HRL Laboratories as process integration section leader. Before HRL he spent 19 years at Western Digital first as a lithography R&D engineer, lithography R&D manager, and then Engineering Director leading both lithography R&D and HVM manufacturing. He made significant contributions to lithography process technology and led the lithography technology development and deployment for many generations of Western Digital products over the years.

Dr. Sun holds a Ph.D. degree in chemistry from Boston University, and conducted photochemistry research as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. He is the inventor of 39 granted patents to date mostly in nanofabrication technologies and authored 24 scientific publications.