SEMI Pacific Northwest Breakfast Forum - New Memory Technology

Thursday, May 01, 2014
7:30 AM-11:00 AM
Intel Corporation Intel RA3 2501 NW 229th Ave. Hillsboro, OR 97124

SEMI Pacific Northwest Chapter invites you to join the industry experts for the discussion of New Memory, Current and Future Challenges, & Opportunities and Implications on the Supply Chain.

As memory devices are hitting the scaling limits, paradigm shifts in Memory Technology and Architecture ranging from planar NAND to 3D NAND and DRAM to STT-RAM or MRAM or architectural changes such as the Hybrid Memory Cube are occurring. The alternatives have the potential to change the whole dynamics of the volatile and non-volatile memory markets, processes, equipment and material requirements.  

SEMI Pacific Northwest Breakfast Forum is a great opportunity to network with your colleagues and meet other local industry executives.

Agenda

TimeSpeakerProgram
   
7:30amBreakfast & Registration
8:00amCody Philpot photo

Moderator—Cody Philpot (biography)
Director of Equipment Planning and Procurement
Intel

Welcome Remarks

8:05am
Michael Yang (biography)
Sr. Principal Analyst
IHS Technology

Pursuit of the Perfect Memory

 
8:35am

Maitreyee Mahajani (biography)
Sr. Director of Fab Operations
SanDisk

3D Memory:  Challenges and Implications on Supply Chain

9:05am
Bart van Schravendijk (biography)
Chief Technology Officer, Dielectrics
Lam Research Corporation

Emerging Memories – A perspective from inside an equipment supplier


9:35am

Networking Break

9:50am

Dr. Mark Raynor (biography) 
Sr. R&D Director
Advanced Technology Center
Matheson

Material Challenges in New Memory Manufacturing


10:20am

Pete Serisky (biography) 
Alliances and IP Licensing
IBM Research Division

An Overview of IBM Research's Emerging Memory Technology Programs

10:35am

Anthony Annunziata (biography)
MRAM Process and Integration
IBM TJ Watson Research Center

Overview of IBM Research Emerging Memory

10:50am Networking
11:30amMeeting Adjourn 
Agenda Subject to Change

Event Contact:

Lin Tso
Sr. Programs Manager
Tel: 1.408.943.7920, Cell: 1-510-921-1165
Email: ltso@semi.org

Early Bird Registration
(Must Register before April 16, 2014)

SEMI Member: $55.00
Non Member: $75.00

Regular Registration

SEMI Member: $75.00
Non Member: $95.00

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 Forum Sponsors:

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Sponsorship Contact:

Marlene Sibley at msibley@semi.org,
1.408.943.6988.

Download the 2014 Sponsorship Flyer for more information.