MAY 20–SAN JOSE, Calif.– A MEMS Pavilion is just one of the new programs that will be featured at SEMICON West 2003, a tradeshow highlighting the global supply chain for semiconductor and related microelectronics manufacturing.
The 33rd annual SEMICON West is presented by Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) and will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco with the Wafer Processing segment July 14-16, continuing at the San Jose Convention Center with the Final Manufacturing segment, July 16-18.
This year’s exposition will feature more than 1,400 exhibiting companies from around the world occupying more than 334,307 square feet of exhibit space, showcasing developments in semiconductor and related equipment, materials, services and technology.
Last year, more than 60,000 people registered for the week-long show
The MEMS Pavillion is co-sponsored by the MEMS Industry Group and MANCEF, the Micro and Nanotechnology.
Other new events include
–Technology Innovation Showcase, Monday July 14, at Moscone Center; where representatives from 20 companies will present products and concepts for the future.
–Commercialization Education Foundation.
–Lithography programs, held July 14 and July 15, covering key business and technical issues for engineers, technology managers and technicians. These events are co-sponsored by SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering.
–Fab Managers Forum, Thursday, July 17, held at National Semiconductor Corp. in Sunnyvale, Calif. where managers from the wafer fab and supplier community will gather to discuss ways to increase overall productivity.