SEMI NE Forum: Where will the Road lead us? The ITRS and More Moore

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SEMI Northeast Committee Presents:
Where will the Road lead us? The ITRS and More Moore

Wednesday, March 23, 2011
College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE)
255 Fuller Road, Albany, NY 12203

Join us on March 23 in Albany, NY as industry experts discuss the International Technology Roadmap on Semiconductors (ITRS) and where the Road is leading manufacturers and suppliers. Speakers will focus on several key areas, including EUV lithography, contamination, metrology, and 3D test.

Topics for discussion:

- overall ITRS update
- 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)
- Egbert Woelk, Dow Electronic Materials (chairman, NE Committee;
- Eric Eisenbraun, Associate Professor of Nanoscience, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering
10:40 - presentations/speakers:
- Dr. Alain Diebold, Empire Innovation Professor of Nanoscale Science; Executive Director, Center for Nanoscale Metrology; College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering
- Christopher Long, Senior Engineering and Program Manager, IBM Research
- Bryan Rice, Director, Lithography Program, SEMATECH, Intel assignee
- Gregory Smith, General Manager, Computing and Communications Business Unit, Teradyne
12:00 - Q&A
12:30 - networking lunch (South Rotunda)


Following lunch, registrants have the opportunity to participate in a tour of the newest sections of the CNSE Albany NanoTech Complex. To participate, you must register in advance via email. Contact Margaret Kindling at


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

Click here for directions

Need hotel accommodations? A group rate of $104 has been arranged under SNESNEA at the Courtyard by Marriott Albany (Thruway).




Cost for Member / Non-member by March 9: $55 / $75

After March 9: $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.

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Please contact Margaret Kindling at 202-289-0440 or