Manufacturing Challenges for 22nm and Beyond

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SEMI New England Committee Presents:
Manufacturing Opportunities and Challenges for 22nm and Beyond

Wednesday, September 29, 2010
College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE)
257 Fuller Road, Albany, NY 12203

Join us on September 29 in Albany, NY as industry experts discuss manufacturing opportunities and challenges facing the industry. Our event is hosted by the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE)

Topics for discussion:

- supplier/customer expectations and needs
- gaps in the supply chain
- manufacturing challenges and resource needs
- technology and economic issues


10:00 - registration (south rotunda)
10:30 - welcome and introductions (auditorium)
10:40 - presentations/speakers:
David Bennett, Vice President of Alliances, GLOBALFOUNDRIES
Michael Liehr, Associate Vice President for Business, Alliances and Consortia, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE)
Bill Taylor, Manager, Elect./Phys.Characterization and Front End Processes
Peter Wright, Director of Research, Global Equity Research,Tradition Equities
12:00 - Q&A
12:30 - networking lunch (north rotunda)


Following lunch, registrants have the opportunity to participate in a tour of the newest sections of the CNSE Albany NanoTech Complex. To participate, please email


The event takes place in NanoFab South, building 255. Parking is available in visitor's parking lot “F"

Click here for directions

Need hotel accommodations? A group rate of $110 has been arranged under “SEMI Event” at the Courtyard by Marriott Albany: Courtyard by Marriott Albany (Thruway). Click on the red “check availability” button (lower right side) to access the group rate.




Cost for Member / Non-member by September 21: $55 / $75

After September 21: $65/$85

These valuable regional events give SEMI members and other constituents a venue to hear from industry leaders, an opportunity to keep up-to-date with current trends in the semiconductor industry and to network with industry colleagues.

Please contact Margaret Kindling at 202-289-0440 or mkindling@semi.orgwith any questions.

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