SEMI announced today that the deadline for presenters to submit an abstract for the 26th annual SEMI Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference (ASMC) is extended to November 11. ASMC, which takes place May 3-6, 2015 in Saratoga Springs, New York, will feature technical presentations of more than 80 peer-reviewed manuscripts covering critical process technologies and fab productivity. This year’s event features keynotes, a panel discussion, networking events, technical sessions on advanced semiconductor manufacturing, and tutorials.
ASMC, in its 26th year, continues to fill a critical need in our industry and provides a venue for industry professionals to network, learn and share knowledge on new and best-method semiconductor manufacturing practices and concepts. Selected speakers have the opportunity to present in front of IC manufacturers, equipment manufacturers, materials suppliers, chief technology officers, operations managers, process engineers, product managers and academia. Technical abstracts are now due November 11, 2014.
This year SEMI (www.semi.org) is including two new technology areas (3D/TSV/Interposer; Fabless Experience). SEMI is soliciting technical abstracts in these key technology areas:
· Advanced Metrology
· Advanced Equipment Processes and Materials
· Advanced Patterning / Design for Manufacturability
· Advanced Process Control (APC)
· Contamination Free Manufacturing (CFM)
· Data Management and Data Mining Tools
· Defect Inspection and Reduction
· Discrete Power Devices
· Enabling Technologies and Innovative Devices
· Equipment Reliability and Productivity Enhancements
· Fabless Experience
· Factory Automation
· Green Factory
· Industrial Engineering
· Lean Manufacturing
· Yield Enhancement
· Yield Methodologies
Complete descriptions of each topic and author kit can be accessed at www.semi.org/en/node/38316. If you would like to learn more about the conference and the selection process, please contact Margaret Kindling at [email protected] or call 1.202.393.5552.
Papers co-authored between device manufacturers, equipment or materials suppliers, and/or academic institutions that demonstrate innovative, practical solutions for advancing semiconductor manufacturing are encouraged. To submit an abstract, visit http://semi.omnicms.com/semi/asmc2015/collection.cgi
Technical abstracts are due November 10, 2014. Learn more about the Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference; visit www.semi.org/asmc2015.