Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning Applications

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning Applications

Friday, Oct 19, 2018
07:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Friday, Oct 19, 2018
at 07:30 AM to at 11:30 AM
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Amkor Technology
2045 E. Innovation Circle
Tempe, Arizona, United States - 85284

Pricing

Early bird price ends Friday, October 12

SEMI Members: $55, Non-Members: $75
Students: $15 (Contact ltso@semi.org for student code)



SEMI Arizona Chapter presents:

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, MACHINE LEARNING, DEEP LEARNING APPLICATIONS 

The wave of new ICs and IoT devices to support artificial intelligence (AI) applications is sweeping across the microelectronics industry. The Arizona Breakfast Forum features:

  • Future device packaging technical roadmap of materials and processes for AI devices
  • An introduction to machine-learning technology
  • AI market growth forecasts highlighting lucrative business opportunities for the overall supply chain
  • A demonstration of the PARADE bomb disposal robot. 

This event offers an ideal networking opportunity for industry, academia and student professionals. 

Be sure to take a look at the ASU Student Posters on display during the breakfast, break, and after the presentations. 



Agenda

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19

7:30am
Registration and Breakfast
8:00
Welcome Remarks—SEMI Arizona Chapter Co-Chair
8:15
KEYNOTE: PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY TO ENABLE THE FUTURE

Ron Huemoeller
Corporate Vice President, R&D, Amkor Technology

8:50
TAKING AI TO THE EDGE

Jim McGregor
Founder and Principal Analyst, TIRIAS Research

9:20
Networking Break and Poster Session
9:50
MACHINE LEARNING METHODS AND THEIR SENSOR, IOT APPLICATIONS

Professor Andreas Spanias
School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, Arizona State University

10:20
HIGH-PERFORMANCE PACKAGING FOR DEEP LEARNING APPLICATIONS

Mike Kelly
Vice President, Advanced. Package and Technology Integration, Amkor Technology

10:50
ROBOTICS DEMONSTRATION

"Parade" bomb disposal robot demonstration presented by:  ​​

  • Rossum RumblersPolytechnic Robotics Club, ASU—Live Robot Demo Defusing a Mock I.E.D.

  • Robotics/NASA, ASU—Static display of their Submersible Robot.

11:30
Adjourned

Thank you to the Sensor, Signal, and Information Processing (SensIP) Department for their participation in the Poster Session. 

 

Agenda subject to change.


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