Starting with refractory metals and silicides in the 80's, moving to materials for advanced metallization in 1995, the MAM addresses new and challenging topics in the field of BEOL solutions, novelties in alternative interconnect systems and more widely advanced materials and structures relevant to micro and nano-electronics. Topics include both fundamental and applied research, as well as issues related to introduction into manufacturing. The 2017 conference from March 26 to March 29, 2017 also aims to address new challenges in the fields of Materials for Flexible Electronics, Nanodevices and Process and Device Modelling and Simulation.
MAM2017 Conference: March 26-29, 2017Web: LINK
This year’s conference will be held in the city center of Dresden, Germany. The "Florence on the Elbe" is the capital of Saxony and located in the east of Germany. Dresden combines history, art, culture, architecture, industry and modern science:
The Frauenkirche and the Old Masters, the Blue Wonder and the Green Vault; the picturesque banks of the Elbe river and the popular Wilhelminian district; the baroque Old Town and the modern city center are just a few examples of the city`s world famous sights.
Abstracts due: 20th January 2017 (Abstracts 1/2 page (text only) or 1 page (incl. figures) to be submitted at www.mam-conf.org; Accepted abstracts to be distributed on memory stick at conference)
Paper acceptance: 27th January 2017
Early registration deadline: 20th February 2017
Submission of full length papers: April 15th 2017 (will be published in a special issue of Microelectronic Engineering)