SEMI Northeast Forum: New Paradigms for Semiconductor Suppliers

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SEMI Northeast Committee Presents:
New Paradigms for Semiconductor Suppliers: Positioning for Success

Requirements from process quality to sustainability impact the entire nanoelectronics supply chain, often requiring collaborative efforts to maintain quality and minimize risk.  Join your colleagues as industry experts address these and other best practice requred to avoid excursions.  The discussion will include supply chain management issues related to 450mm, advanced materials, and lithography.  Following the lunch, attendees can participate in a tour of CNSE’s new 450mm facility (advance registration required).

Wednesday, September 11, 2013
10:30am-1:30pm (registration begins at 10:00am)

SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE)
257 Fuller Road
Albany, NY 12203

Sponsorship Opportunities
Contact Marlene Sibley
Tel. 1.408.943.6988
msibley@semi.org

SEMI Members: $75
Non Members: $95
Students: $20

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10:00amRegistrationSouth Rotunda
  
10:30amWelcome: Jim Brown, Marketing Manager, MKS Instruments
Chairman, SEMI Northeast Committee
   
10:35am

Introduction/Overview
Kyle Flanigan, Ph.D., Director, Linx Consulting (moderator)

 
10:45am-12:00pmPresentations

Dr. John Lin, Vice President and General Manager, G450C
Dr. Gautam Banerjee,
Strategic Partnerships Manager, Air Products & Chemicals
Dr. Anton DeVilliers
, Sr. Technologist Lithography, Tokyo Electron America

Brian C. Quirk, Vice President, Global Operations, MKS Instruments, Inc.
Adrian Maynes, Director, Facility 450mm Consortium (F450C); M+W U.S., Inc. – A Company of the M+W Group

 
12:00pmQ&A
  
12:30pmNetworking lunch
South Rotunda
 
1:30pmTour  To participate in the CNSE 450mm facility tour, contact mkindling@semi.org.  The tour is limited to the first 30 registrants.
  

Logistics
SEMI has a reserved rooms at the Holiday Inn Express at a reduced rate.  To reserve a room, contact the hotel directly for the SEMI rate.

 

Questions
Contact Margaret Kindling, SEMI
Tel. 202.393.5552
mkindling@semi.org