|Thank you to all ASMC 2015 speakers, sponsors and attendees! We had an excellent conference, with outstanding presentations and record numbers! For a good conference overview, please read this review in 3D InCites. Information regarding ASMC 2016 will be posted in the coming weeks.|
For over 25 years, ASMC has been a leading international technical conference for exploring solutions to improve the collective microelectronics manufacturing expertise. Solving the challenges presented by semiconductor manufacturing is an ongoing collaborative effort by users, device makers, equipment and materials suppliers and academia. ASMC provides an unparalleled platform for semiconductor professionals to network and learn the latest information in the practical application of advanced manufacturing strategies and methodologies. ASMC 2015 will feature keynotes, tutorials, technical sessions and a panel discussion which touch on the opportunites and challenges in semiconductor manufacturing. From Fab Optimization to Yield Enhancement, and Enabling Technologies to Advanced Equipment and Materials Processes, ASMC touches on most areas critical to manufacturing.
|Keynote: Balancing Eco-System Value |
Creation and Value Capture
Thomas Caulfield, Ph.D., DES (biography)
Sr. Vice President and General Manager
GLOBALFOUNDRIES (Fab 8)
|Keynote: A Dynamic View of Nanostructure Growth|
Frances M. Ross, Ph.D. (biography)
Research Staff Member Nanoscale Materials Analysis Department
T.J. Watson Research Center, IBM Corporation
|Keynote: The Semiconductor Industry at an Economic Crossroads|
Robert Maire (biography)
|The Science, Technology and Art of Graphene|
Prof. Paul L. McEuen (biography)
John A. Newman Professor of Physical Science, Director, LAASP and Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science, Department of Physics
|Emerging Memories Technology Landscape|
Gurtej S. Sandhu, Ph.D. (biography)
Senior Fellow, IEEE Fellow, Director, Advanced Technology Development, Process R&D
Micron Technology, Inc.
|Panel Discussion: |
Semiconductor Manufacturing: Keeping the Silicon Magic Alive
sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur
Since its inception, the semiconductor industry
has changed the way we live, work and play.
Our industry has fueled innovations that touch almost every device we
use today, in a way that can seem as if our devices run on magic. Those innovations were enabled by the almost-unimaginable
creativity and hard work of those of us in the semiconductor industry, and in
academia, driven by the economic support provided by manufacturing profits,
venture capital investments, and government-funded programs. While
it seems that the trajectory towards smaller, faster, cheaper will continue
indefinitely, the challenges posed today by technical showstoppers, lack of critical
investments, and failure to nurture a curious, well-educated workforce might cause
the semiconductor industry to falter.
How can industry, in concert with academia and government, keep silicon magic
alive? Panelists from DARPA, GE Global Research, Lam Research and Rochester Institute of Technology will discuss how semiconductors have and will continue to have a critical role in the future of innovation.
Moderator: Paul Werbaneth, Contributing Editor, 3D InCites
- Kerry Bernstein, Program Manager, DARPA
Merfeld, Ph.D., Global Technology Director, Electrical Technologies &
Systems, GE Global Research
- Jeffrey Marks, Ph.D., Vice President of Advanced Technology, Lam Research
- Lynn Fuller, Ph.D., Professor Electrical and
Microelectronic Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology
- Robert Maire, President, Semiconductor Advisors
• Advanced Equipment and Materials
• Advanced Metrology
• Advanced Patterning/Design for Manufacturing
• Advanced Process Control (APC)
• Contamination Free Manufacturing (CFM)
• Defect Inspection and Reduction
• Enabling Technologies and Innovative Devices
• Equipment Reliability and Productivity Enhancements
• Fab Optimization
• Yield Enhancement/Learning
• Yield Methodologies
• And the ever popular Interactive Poster/Reception
Who Attends ASMC?
- IC Manufacturers
- Equipment Manufacturers
- Materials Suppliers
- Chief Technology Officers
- Operations Managers
- Process Engineers
- Product Managers
...from across the global semiconductor supply chain. If you didn't attend ASMC 2015, learn what you missed!
ASMC 2014 Best Paper Award, sponsored by Entegris
"Assessment of minority-alloy component segregation (e.g. Mn , Al) in back end of line copper trench structures using Kelvin probe technique"
Joyeeta Nag, Kriteshwar K Kohli, Andrew H Simon, Siddarth A Krishnan, Christopher Parks, IBM Corporation; Shishir Ray, Felipe Tijiwa-Birk, GLOBALFOUNDRIES
ASMC 2014 Best Student Paper Award, sponsored by GLOBALFOUNDRIES
"Mueller Matrix Optical Scatterometry of Si Fins Patterned using Directed Self-Assembly Block Copolymer Line Arrays"
Dhairya J. Dixit, Alain Diebold, Manasa Medikonda,College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering; Brennan Peterson, Joe Race, Nanometrics
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