ISS 2016 Agenda

 
 

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Sunday, January 10

  
      
 15:00–18:00   Conference Check in  
      
 18:00–19:00 Welcome Reception  
      
      
 

Monday, January 11

  
      
 07:00–07:55 Continental Breakfast 
Sponsored by: Air Products and Chemicals
  
      
 07:55–08:00Denny McGuirk-SMC 2015Welcome Remarks: 
Denny McGuirk (Biography)
President and CEO, SEMI  
  
       
 08:00--08:10Rich Rice PhotoOpening Remarks:
Rich Rice
Senior Vice President, ASE Group
ISS Committee Co-chair
  
      
 08:10–08:55Mary M Miller PhotoOpening Keynote
Ms. Mary J. Miller (Biography)
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research and Technology)
United States Army
  
      

 

Session 1: Economic Trends

 

  
 08:55–09:00 Session Overview  
      
 09:00–09:30Duncan Meldrum PhotoWhat the Consensus Outlook for the Global Economy Means for Semiconductors

Duncan Meldrum, Ph.D. (Biography)
Chief Economist, Hilltop Economics
  
      
 09:30–10:00Bill McClean PhotoAre IC Industry Cycles Dead or Just Sleeping?

Bill McClean (Biography)
President, IC Insights
  
      
 10:00-10:30 Break  
Sponsored by: JSR Micro
  
      
 10:30–11:00Bob Johnson PhotoSemiconductor, Capital Spending, Equipment Outlook: Changes Ahead

Bob Johnson (Biography)
Research Vice President, Gartner
  
      
 11:00–11:30Dan Tracy PhotoIt’s All about Packaging--In this Material World That We Are Dealing With

Dan Tracy, Ph.D. (Biography)
Sr. Director, Industry Research & Statistics, SEMI

  
      
 11:30–12:00No Ordinary Disruption

Ezra Greenberg (Biography)
Economist and Strategist, McKinsey & Company

  
       
 12:00–13:30 Lunch
Sponsored by: Nikon
  
      

 

Session 2: Market Perpective

  
       
 13:30–13:35  Session Overview  
      
 13:35–14:05 CES Overview
Werner Goertz Research Director,Personal Technologies, Innovation  
Gartner
  
      
 14:05–14:35Manish Bhatia PhotoSemiconductor Manufacturing in the Converged Internet Era 

Manish Bhatia (Biography)
‎Senior Vice President, WW Operations, SanDisk

  
      
 14:35–15:05Jiri Marek PhotoSmart Sensors Enabler for the Internet of Things

Jiri Marek (Biography)
Senior Vice President, Research and Technology Center North America
Robert Bosch
  
      
 15:05–15:35 Break  
      
 15:35–16:05Handel Jones PhotoGrowth Opportunities in the China Ecosystem

Handel Jones (Biography)
Founder and CEO, International Business Strategies
  
      
 16:05–16:35 Semiconductors in 2016:  Demand, Consolidation and China’s Growing Role

Mark Lipacis
Managing Director, Jefferies

  
      
 17:30-19:30 "Get Your Game On" Reception  
      
 

Tuesday, January  12

  
      
 07:00–08:00 Continental Breakfast  
      
 08:00–08:15 SEMI Public Policy Update
Jonathan Davis (Biography)
Global VP, Industry Advocacy, SEMI  
  
      
 

Session 3: Technology and Manufacturing

  
       
 08:15–08:20Jonathan Davis PhotoSession Overview  
      
 08:20–08:50Michael Campbell PhotoMichael Campbell (Biography)
Senior Vice President of Engineering, Qualcomm
  
      
 08:50–09:20The IoT Opportunity: The Next Golden Age for Semiconductors

Thomas Caulfield, Ph.D (Biography)
Senior Vice President and General Manager, GLOBALFOUNDRIES
  
      
 09:20–09:50Sunny Hui PhotoCollaborate to Win in the China Market

Sunny Hui (Biography)
Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, SMIC
  
      
 09::50–10:20 Break  
      
 10:20–10:50Guy Blalock PhotoEnabling the Next Non-Volatile Memory Revolution

Guy Blalock (Biography)
Co-CEO, IM Flash Technologies
  
      
 10:50–11:20Ivo Raaijmakers PhotoMoore’s Law: a Materials Play

Ivo Raaijmakers (Biography)
CTO and Director of R&D, ASM International
  
       
 11:20-11:30Denny McGuirk-SMC 2015Presentation of the SEMI Sales and Marketing Excellence Award—Inspired by Bob Graham
Denny McGuirk, President and CEO, SEMI  
  
      
 11:30–13:00  Lunch  
      
 13:00-13:30Babak Sabi PhotoMaintaining the IC Scaling Edge – Through Packaging
 
Babak Sabi (Biography)
Corporate VP, Director, Assembly and Test Technology Development 
Intel
  
      
 13:30–14:00Ron Huemoeller ImageAdvanced Fan Out : Optimizing Modular Integration

Ron Huemoeller (Biography)
Corporate VP, Worldwide R&D
Amkor Technology
  
      
 14:00–14:30Mr. Paul FarrarThe New York Technology Corridor

Paul Farrar (Biography)
General Manager, Global 450mm Consortium (G450C) 
Vice President for Manufacturing  Innovation, SUNY Poly/CNSE

  
      
 14:30-15:00 Break  
      
 

Session 4: Collaboration Towards Success

  
 15:00-15:05 Session Overview  
      
 15:05–15:35Sean Doyle PhotoCollaboration Towards Success: The Growing Role of Corporate Venture Capital

Sean Doyle (Biography)
Director, Intel Capital
  
      
 15:35–16:05Frits van Hout photoEUV benefits confirmed as volume production becomes visible on horizon

Frits van Hout (Biography)
Executive Vice President, ASML
  
      
 16:05–16:35Michael Sadler PhotoMergers & Acquisitions and Joint Ventures as a Growth Vehicle

Michael Sadler (Biography)
Vice President of Corporate Development, Micron
  
      
 18:00–18:45  Reception  
      
 18:45–21:00Ken Hansen PhotoISS Banquet
Banquet Keynote

SRC – Taking the Lead

Ken Hansen (Biography)
President and CEO, Semiconductor Research Corporation
  
      
    
 

Wednesday, January 13 

  
      
 07:30–08:30 Continental Breakfast  
      
 08:30–08:35 Session Overview  
      
 

08:35–09:15 

Haruyoshi Kumura PhotoClosing Keynote

New Era of Electrification and Vehicle Intelligence

Haruyoshi Kumura, Ph.D. (Biography)
Fellow, Nissan
  
      
 09:15–09:45 Bulls, Bears, Bits: Investor Views on Changing Semiconductor Industry Dynamics

Weston Twigg (Biography)

Director, Capital Markets Research
Pacific Crest Securities
  
      
 09:45–9:55Mr. G. Dan HutchesonG. Dan Hutcheson (Biography)
CEO and Chairman, VLSI Research
  
      
 09:55–10:25 Break  
      
 10:25–11:30ISS CxO Panel 2016   
  

It's 2050… Moore's Law is Dead… What's the New Business Model

The CxO panel closes the conference with a conversation between Dan Hutcheson and several esteemed executives at a CxO level. This year, we are asking our panelists to think ahead … Way ahead … to 2050. It’s been fifty year’s since Moore’s Law was discovered.So, it’s a safe assumption that by 2050, Moore’s Law as we know it … will be dead. Yet we also know that the semiconductor industry will still be thriving, as innovation will never die, as that is what we do. This year’s panelists have been chosen for their track record as visionaries to share their views of how they see our industry evolving as it transitions away from Moore’s Law. Here are some of the questions that they have been asked to address: How do we get from here to there? What direction will innovation take beyond scaling? Will the weight shift from process to design or will both become more critically interdependent? Will the business model still be grounded in lowering cost-per-transistor or will it shift to raising value-per-chip and what does that mean in their mind?

  
  Mr. G. Dan HutchesonModerator: 
G. Dan Hutcheson
CEO and Chairman, VLSI Research 
  
      
  P A N E L I S T S:   
       
  Terry Brewer PhotoTerry Brewer, Founder and President, Brewer Science (Biography)   
      
  Robert Bruck PhotoRobert Bruck, Corporate VPGeneral Manager Global Supply Management, Intel (Biography)  
      
  Aart de Geus Photo Aart de Geus, Chairman and CEO, Synopsys (Biography)  
      
  Aart de Geus PhotoAglaia Kong,  CTO for Internet of Everything, VP of Technology, Cisco Systems (Biography)   
      
  Subi Kengeri PhotoSubi Kengeri, Vice President, General Management, CMOS Platforms Business Unit, GLOBALFOUNDRIES (Biography)  
      
 11:30–11:35 Closing remarks:
Eugene Karwacki, ISS Committee Co-chair 
Director, Strategic Partnerships
Air Products and Chemicals
  
        
      
   Agenda as of December 17, 2015. Subject to change.