What’s Next? 2010 Strategy Conferences to Cover Business, Economy, Materials


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What’s Next? 2010 Strategy Conferences to Cover Business, Economy, Materials

At the Industry Strategy Symposium (January 10-13), presentations will cover global economic trends, supply chain issues, manufacturing technology, and financial analysis, with opportunities for networking. Immediately following ISS, the Strategic Materials Conference (January 13-15) begins, focusing on emerging materials trends, opportunities for growth, and economic analysis.

Industry Strategy Symposium 2010: Creating New Horizons

The SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) gives you the latest business and economic data to make well-informed strategic business decisions. Key economists, technologists and financial analysts converge at ISS, where apt discussions and keen insights take place about the economy, emerging technologies and business trends. ISS will be held January 10–13.

ISS 2010 Confirmed Speakers

  • Bob Metcalfe, Polaris Venture Partners
  • Brian Krzanich, Intel
  • Charlie Gay, Applied Solar
  • Duncan Meldrum, Air Products and Chemicals
  • Handel Jones, International Business Strategies
  • Joseph Dews, Think Equity
  • Ken Sato, TEL
  • Kinam Kim, Samsung
  • Paul Drzaic, Society for Information Display (SID)
  • Paul Thomas, Intel
  • Paula Mints, Navigant Consulting
  • Richard Millard, DLA Piper
  • Rick Wallace, KLA-Tencor
  • Robert Bruck, Intel
  • Robert Fry, DuPont
  • Sriram Peruvemba, E Ink Corp.
  • Stephen O’Rourke, Deutsche Bank Securities
  • Steve Newberry, Lam Research
  • Tom Edman, Applied Materials

Strategic Materials Conference 2010: Recovery and Beyond

The SEMI Strategic Materials Conference (SMC) sessions cover the full range of business challenges facing materials producers and consumers. SMC is designed around what matters most to the success of your company— Materials. As we come out of the downturn, where does the materials market stand? Are there partnering opportunities in other markets, and new applications for existing materials? The conference will address these issues and more. SMC will be held on January 13–15, 2010.

SMC 2010 Confirmed Speakers

  • Duncan Meldrum, Air Products and Chemical, Inc
  • E. Jan Vardaman, TechSearch International
  • Jim Jewett, Intel
  • John Smythe, Micron
  • Krista Botsford, Botsford EcoTech Partners LLC
  • Kurt Carlsen, Air Liquide Electronics
  • Kurt Levens, REC Silicon
  • Lita Shon-Roy, Techcet Group
  • Luc Van den hove, IMEC
  • Mahadevan Iyer, Texas Instruments
  • Marc Doyle, DuPont
  • Mark McClear, Cree
  • Mark Slezak, JSR Micro
  • Michael Corbett, Linx Consulting
  • Nora Foley, U.S. Geological Society

ISS and SMC will once again be held back-to-back at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Half Moon Bay, California— just a short drive from the Silicon Valley and San Francisco International Airport. For more information on ISS 2010, please click here. For more information on SMC 2010, please click here.

Current sponsors include Air Products, AZ Electronic Materials, Cabot Microelectronics, Linx Consulting LLC, and ShinEtsu MicroSi. If you would like to be a sponsor, please contact Marlene Sibley at msibley@semi.org.

Please note that registration is now open. If you attend both events, you will save up to $400 on a special ISS/SMC package discount.

ISS Registration Fee: Member / Non-member

  • By December 18: $1,800 / $2,000 per person
  • After December 18: $1,900 / $2,100 per person

SMC Registration Fee: Member / Non-member

  • By December 18: $725 / $825 per person
  • After December18: $825/ $925 per person

Register NOW for ISS and SMC!