SEMI Northeast Forum: Wafers to Wall Street - A Semiconductor Outlook

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
7:30 AM-10:30 AM
Teradyne, Inc. 600 Riverpark Dr. N. Reading, MA 01864

SOLD OUT - "Northeast Forum:  Wafers to Wall Street" on March 26, 2014 for a stimulating discussion of long/mid/short term outlook for the semiconductor industry, including opportunities and challenges presented by end market drivers.  Our panel of experts will address: current cycles; CAPEX outlook; next generation shrinks; prospects for 450mm; consolidation and collaboration; More Moore; disruptive technologies (3D); the future of EUV; cost effective scaling; the Internet of Things; and the impact of current global economy.

7:30am            Registration and Continental Breakfast
  
8:00amRob Nine ImageWelcome and Opening Remarks:
Rob Nine (Committee Chair)
Strategic Marketing
Pall Microelectronics Group
  
8:05am  
Moderator:
Andrew Blanchard (biography)
Vice President, Corporate Relations
Teradyne
  
8:15amIndustry and Analyst Perspectives:
 
Patrick Martin (biography)
Sr. Technology Director
Applied Materials
Cost effective scaling and 3D
technology as an alternative
approach to conventional
scaling
 

James Covello (biography)
Head of Technology, Media,
Telecommunications
Equity Research Global Investment
Research

Goldman Sachs

 
Jim Feldhan (biography)
President
Semico Research
 
Robert Maire (biography)
President
Semiconductor Advisors LLC
10:00amOpen Discussion
  

 

Logisitics

No room block has been reserved for this event.  However, we recommend the Courtyard Marriott, which has a Teradyne group rate.   Please contact the hotel directly for reservations.
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/boscw-courtyard-boston-woburn-boston-north/

  

 

 

  

 

Questions?

Margaret Kindling
Tel: 202.393.5552
mkindling@semi.org

Early Bird Registration
(March 12, 2014)

SEMI Member: $55.00
Non Member: $75.00

Regular Registration
(March 13, 2014)

SEMI Member: $75.00
Non Member: $95.00

THIS PROGRAM IS SOLD OUT

Host/Sponsor:

Sponsors:

Sponsorships:

Marlene Sibley
1.408.943.6988
msibley@semi.org

Questions?

Margaret Kindling
Tel: 202.393.5552
mkindling@semi.org