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SMC 2011 CONFERENCE AGENDA

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

2:00pm–5:00pm

SMC Attendee registration

7:00pm–9:00pm

ISS Banquet ($175 Registration required-Optional)

Wednesday, January 12, 2011 (ISS and SMC Joint Session)

7:00am–8:00am

SMC Registration/Continental Breakfast

CUSTOMER VIEW

This year there is a joint session where attendees from both events will gather to focus on the industry roadmap. This session will be led by key leadership from the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) with key customer input from leading global device companies.

The popular Streetviews Panel follows immediately. The session will conclude with the highly anticipated Blue Chip CEO Panel with a distinguished roster of senior executives from the semiconductor equipment and materials industries. You’ll get a unique insight into the collaborative issues and challenges facing both the equipment and materials communities

8:00am–8:45am

“Materials: The Key to Innovative Devices”
Paolo Gargini
, Chairman, ITRS; Intel Fellow; Director,
Technology Strategy, Intel Corporation

8:45am–9:15am

James Hutchby, Senior Scientist
Semiconductor Research Corporation

9:15am–9:45am

“Emerging Memory Technologies - Scaling beyond16nm?”
Keith Cook
Senior Director of Technology Development, Micron

9:45am–10:15am

Norm Armour, Vice President and General Manager, Fab 8, GLOBALFOUNDRIES

10:15am–10:30am

Break

10:30am–12:00pm

Streetviews Panel

 

Moderator: Richard Hill,
Chairman of the Board and CEO
Novellus Systems

 

Panelists:
Tim Arcuri
, CITI;
Avinash Kant, DA Davidson
Satya Kumar
, Credit Suisse
Krish Sankar
, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch

12:00pm–1:00pm

Lunch

1:00pm–2:30pm

Blue Chip CEO Panel

 

Moderator: Michael Wright, President & CEO
Applied Global Strategies

 

Panelists: Bob Akins, chairman & CEO, Cymer;
Aart de Geus
, founder, chairman & CEO, Synopsys
Nobu Koshiba
, president, JSR Corporation;
Doug Neugold,
president & CEO, ATMI;
Bill Noglows, chairman, president &CEO, Cabot Microelectronics;
Michael Splinter, President and CEO, Applied Materials

2:30pm

ISS adjourns

6:00pm–7:00pm

SMC Welcome Reception

Thursday, January 13, 2011

7:00am–8:00am

Continental Breakfast

8:00am–8:05am

Welcome Remarks:
Karen Savala, president, SEMI Americas

8:05am–8:15am

Opening Remarks:
Jeff Anderson, VP, Marketing & Business Development Eminess Technologies, SMC Committee Chair

CONFERENCE KEYNOTES

8:15am–8:55am

Keynote
"Materials Innovation: Chemistry for Emerging Technologies"

Nobu Koshiba
, president,
JSR Corporation

     

8:55am–9:35am

Keynote
“Semiconductor Technology - Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities”

Gary Patton
, Vice President,
Semiconductor Research & Development Center,
IBM Systems and Technology Group

     

9:35am–10:15am

Keynote
"Beyond the Rich".

Andrew Thompson, Co-founder and CEO,
Proteus Biomedical

10:15am–10:30am

Break

SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGY SESSION

This session addresses the needs of a mature market versus the needs of emerging markets. As some IC segments mature their materials needs continue to become more stringent. Advanced devices, such as high density memory, microprocessors, and high end consumer devices, require materials with more complex properties and functionality. These unbalanced needs, combined with the tough demands of a stringent roadmap, means the materials market is faced with huge challenges. You’ll hear about the developments in semiconductor technology, while covering materials needs for continued innovation.

10:30am–11:00am

"Challenge of Material Technology in the Nano-scale Device Manufacturing"
Dr. Jae Hyun Kim
, Principal Engineer
Semiconductor Business, Samsung Electronics CO.,LTD

     

11:00am–11:30am

"Current and Future Challenges for Advanced Lithography"
Bryan Rice,
Director of Lithography,
International Sematech

     

11:30am–12:00pm

“Electronics Anywhere:  Conformal, Stretchable Electronics Using Novel Mechanics & Conventional Materials”
David Icke
, CEO
mc10

12:00pm-1:15pm

Lunch

ADJACENCIES SESSION

The emerging fields of photovoltaics and LED lighting continue their rapid growth. You will hear about the current technology drivers and market trends in these areas, with an eye toward new business opportunities for materials suppliers.

1:15pm–1:45pm

“Grid parity and LCOE Revealed: What is the Impact on the PV Supply Chain?”
Joseph Berwind
, Principal,
Alternative Energy Investing

     

1:45pm–2:15pm

“High Efficiency CIGS Solar Cells: Technology Trends and Materials Requirement”
Rommel Noufi,
Principal Scientist and Group Manager of Thin Film PV
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

     

2:15pm–2:45pm

David Bour,chief technologist, LED Product Technology,
Applied Materials

     

2:45pm–3:15pm

“MOCVD of III / V Semiconductor - From Material Research to an Established Production Technology
Johannes Kaeppeler
, vice president, Technology,
Aixtron AG

3:15pm–3:35pm

Break

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT/SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS SESSION

You will get real input from fabs on industry-wide supply chain concerns as well as new manufacturing challenges. This session will be of mutual benefit to both end users and suppliers. Common issues:

  • US material supply chain attrition: what are the new opportunities?
  • Cost vs. Consistency
  • Future needs, trends, threats and risks for the materials sector
  • Get a heads-up on critical scarcities
  • What materials should be on your Watch List

3:35pm–3:45pm

“Affordable Materials with Supply Chain Innovation”
Tim Hendry
, vice president, Technology Manufacturing Group; Director, Fab Materials Operation
Intel Corporation

   

3:45pm–3:55pm

“The Future of the Electronics Materials Supply Chain
Norm Armour
, vice president and general manager, Fab 8, GLOBALFOUNDRIES

     

3:55pm–4:05pm

“Driving Supply Chain Excellence”
Roger Gossett
, Senior Manager
Gas, Chemical and Wafers
Global Procurement
Freescale Semiconductor

     

4:05pm–4:15pm

ser Photo

“The Next Generation Supply Chain”
Jeremy How,
Electronics Materials Strategic Sourcing Manager
Air Products

   

4:15pm–4:25pm

“Escalating Fab Demands for Electronic Materials adds New Challenges to Already Constrained Global Supply Chains”
Kurt Carlsen,
Director, Strategic Sourcing,
Air Liquide Electronics

4:25pm–5:25pm

Panel Discussion
Moderator: Carl Johnson, Director and Founder, INFRASTRUCTURE

6:00pm–7:00pm

Networking Reception

Friday, January 14, 2011

7:00am–8:00am

Continental Breakfast

MARKET ANALYSIS SESSION

Get an in-depth look at market growth, trends and drivers behind the electronics materials markets. Coverage will include growth areas in process materials, manufacturing consumables and packaging for semiconductor manufacturing. You’ll also get a look at some of the hot new material areas in the solar and LED markets. 

8:00am–8:30am

“The Materials Age: IC Performance Takes Flight Through Innovation”
Karey Holland
, partner & senior Technical Analyst,
Techcet Group

     

8:30am–9:00am

“Emerging Opportunities and Markets for Chemicals and Materials in Advanced Devices"
Michael Corbett
, Managing Partner,
Linx Consulting

     

9:00am–9:30am

“Challenges and Opportunities for Materials in Backend Processing and Assembly”
Jan Vardaman
, President,
TechSearch International

   

9:30am–10:00am

"SEMI Materials Outlook"
Dan Tracy
, Senior Director, Industry Research and Statistics, SEMI

10:00am–10:15am

Break

10:15am–11:00am

Q&A Panel with Market Analysts
Moderator: Lita Shon-Roy, senior managing partner, 
Techcet Group

11:00am–11:30am

“2011 Forecast and the Asia Pacific Outlook"
Matt Gertken,
Asia Pacific Analyst, STRATFOR

11:35am

Closing remarks

*Agenda as of January 4, 2011. Speakers and schedule subject to change.