Wednesday, January 13, 2016

CMC Semicanr “Critical Materials for Device Driven Scaling" May 5-6, Hillsboro, OR, USA

“Critical Materials for Device Driven Scaling”

CMC Seminar Overview
The Critical Materials Council Seminar is a two day event from May 5-6 at The Embassy Suites Hotel in Hillsboro, Oregon providing actionable information on materials and supply-chains for current and future semiconductor manufacturing. Business may drive the world, but it is technology which enables the semiconductor business. In short, it is important to understand the dynamics of how materials and technologies enable the scaling of devices in IC fabs. Seminar speakers will provide information on critical materials used in HVM fabs, while also looking at issues and requirements associated with new materials needed for future devices.



Dates: May 5-6, 2016*
Location: Hillsboro, Oregon – The Embassy Suites Hotel
*This is the open forum portion of the CMC regularly scheduled meeting.


Keynote Speaker: Tim G. Hendry – VP Technology and Manufacturing & Group Director of Fab Materials, INTEL CORPORATION, “Material Requirements for the Future of Semiconductor Devices

Four sessions:
I. Semi Market Briefing – Status and growth of Electronic Applications, Semi Devices, Equipment, and Materials
II. Tracking the Supply Chain Down to Earth, Wind and Fire
III. The Emerging Materials Evolution: What’s next in Materials, i.e. ALD / ALE
IV. The Materials Revolution: “The Carbon Generation” 8+ years

  • Featuring Speakers from: Materials and Equipment Suppliers, Device Technologists, Market Analysts

 
Who Should Attend:
Critical Materials Council Members and Registered Attendees, including
Schedule:
Agenda details available January 30

Conference Committee: