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Day pass also includes morning session:

 

Semiconductor Manufacturing: Current Challenges and Future Opportunities for the Semiconductor Supply Chain

 

 

Adjacent Spaces: Opportunities for Growth for the
Semiconductor Supply Chain

 

Tuesday, July 14
2:00pm-4:30pm
Moscone North, Hall E, Room 131

              

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The semiconductor industry is at an inflection point with increased consolidation, risk and cost, at each technology node.   This STS will explore opportunities for IDMs, Foundries, and the semiconductor supply chain providers to expand into adjacent markets.  Sessions will include speakers that have successfully penetrated emerging opportunities such as healthcare, photovoltaics, power electronics, sensors, and photonics.


 

Agenda

 
2:00pm-2:05pm

Welcome and Session Overview

Brian Sapp (Biography)

Integration Manager

SUNY Poly SEMATECH

   
2:00pm-2:35pm   

Supply Chain Opportunities and Risk for Adjacent Markets


Risto Puhakka (Biography)
President
VLSI Research

 

 

2:35pm-3:05pm

The Development and Commercialization of
Accelerated Neutral Atom Beam (ANAB) Technology


Sean Kirkpatrick (Biography)
Director of Applications Development
Exogenesis

 
3:05pm-3:35pm

Bringing Semiconductor Processing to the Battery
World: R2R 
PECVD Fabrication of Silicon-based Anodes
for  Lihtium Ion Batteries

 

Fernando Gómez-Baquero, Ph.D. (Biography)

CEO
BessTech

 
3:35pm-4:05pm       
    

Evolution of solar photovoltaics: CMOS-like
processing for high efficiency solar cells and modules


Ian Cooper (Biography)

Director of Silicon Solar Technology,

Photovoltaic Manufacturing and Technology
Development Facility
Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering,
SUNY Polytechnic Institute

 
 
4:05pm-4:30pm

TCAD and EDA Tools for Cost-Effective Innovation
in Adjacent Markets

 

Dave Dutton (Biography)

CEO
Silvaco

 
Session Moderator:

Brian Sapp

SUNY Poly SEMATECH

 

Please check back frequently for updates and more information as agendas develop
and speakers are announced.

 

 

Registration  

 

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        By June 5               Starting June 6        
Member (Day Pass)       
  $196 $262
Non Member (Day Pass)
  $262   $349


Day pass also includes lunch and admission to the morning session:

 

Semiconductor Manufacturing: Current Challenges and Future Opportunities for the Semiconductor Supply Chain

 

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