SEMI Texas Spring Forum: Driving Semiconductor Profitability -
Is Moore’s Law affordable? With each node, the semiconductor manufacturing industry faces increased challenges as it balances the drive for innovation with cost demands. How will the semiconductor supply chain address costs related to scaling, technological roadblocks and other bumps in the road to ever smaller devices?
Join your Texas colleagues as the SEMI Texas Committee presents an in-depth conversation with leading IC manufacturers and suppliers as they discuss roadmaps, expectations, challenges and opportunities for next generation devices.
|May 21, 2013|
West Pickle Research campus (formerly MCC)
University of Texas at Austin
3925 W. Braker Lane
Austin, TX 78758
SEMI Member $85
|8:00am||Registration and Networking Breakfast|
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.
|8:45am||Welcome Remarks and SEMI Update|
Ken Parmerter, Tokyo Electron America; Chairman,
SEMI Texas Committee
Stuart Holland, Austin Seal Inc., Spring Forum Subcommittee Chairman
|9:00am||Scott Lingren |
Executive Director, Corporate Strategy and Business Transformation
Making the World a Smarter Place: How Embedded Processing Continues to Change the Way We Live, Further Challenging the Semi Supply Chain
|9:25am||Michael Raiford |
Vice President, Manufacturing and Systems Division
Samsung Austin Semiconductor
The Race to 14nm: Cost Overload?
|Dr. Ben Rathsack |
Member of Technical Staff, Advanced Technology Group
Tokyo Electron America
Lithography Challenges Moore’s Law: The Rising Costs and Challenges of Advanced Patterning
|10:25am||Curt Jackson, |
Director, Engineering & Technical Applications
Lithography in our Connected World
|10:50am-11:35am||Question & Answer|
Moderator: Basil Angelo, MIKESKA ANGELO
|Agenda subject to change|