SEMI Texas Spring Forum: How the Internet of Things will Impact New Manufacturing Solutions

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
7:30 AM-11:30 AM
Intel Corporation 1300 S. Mopac Expressway Austin, TX 78746

The benefits from the Internet of Things (IoT) wave are enormous, with unit volume projections of 20 to 75 billion devices by 2020. IoT will change the face of chip manufacturing, from extension of fab life spans to the way ICs, MEMS, and sensors are designed and produced.  Join experts from Applied Materials, ARM, Brewer Science, Cisco, Freescale and Intel, as they discuss the vast potential for the Internet of Things and how it will make our society smarter and better connected.  The SEMI Texas Spring Forum will address:

  • IoT and IoE – Real or Hype?
  • Meaning for users and suppliers, and how to prepare
  • Value opportunities across the supply chain
  • Best practices and key enablers
  • Requirements and implications for devices and applications
  • Difference between IOT silicon, platforms, software, and ecosystems
  • IoT inside the fab
  • Impact on equipment and materials suppliers
  • How suppliers can make their IoT customers successful
  • Pathways to make everyone successful 
Agenda
7:30am Registration & Networking Breakfast (hosted by Intel Corporation)
8:00am

Welcome Remarks and SEMI Update:
Ken Parmerter, Semiconductor Product Management Manager
Tokyo Electron America

Chairman, SEMI Texas Committee

 

 

Kevin DeMartini, US Sales Manager
DuPont - HD Microsystems
Chairman, SEMI Texas Spring Forum Subcommittee  

8:10amModerator:
Scott Lingren (biography)
Executive Director, Final Manufacturing Operations
Freescale Semiconductor

8:20am
Kevin Davenport (biography)
Global Solutions Manager for Manufacturing
Cisco Systems
Internet of Every Things (IoE) and Internet of Things (IoT) 
8:50amBill Curtis (biography)
Architect - Internet of Things
ARM Inc.
9:10amCoffee Break
9:30am
Darron Jurajda (biography)
Semiconductor Business Unit Director
Brewer Science
9:50am

Dr. Mike Rosa (biography)
Sr. Strategic & Technical Marketing Manager
Applied Materials, Inc.
10:10am
David Formisano (biography)
Director of Internet of Things Strategy, Internet of Things Group
Intel Corporation
10:40amQuestion & Answer
11:30amClosing remarks
*schedule/speakers subject to change
Questions?

Margaret Kindling
Sr. Program Manager, SEMI
202-393-5552
mkindling@semi.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Early Bird Registration
(April 17, 2014)

SEMI Member: $55.00
Non Member: $75.00

Regular Registration
(April 18, 2014)

SEMI Member: $85.00
Non Member: $95.00

Student Price: $15

Free networking BBQ on April 21 at 6pm hosted by AM Technical Solutions at the Centex Speedway. Details provided with registration confirmation.  Complimentary to all  Forum registrants!

Thank you to our host and all our sponsors:

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Mikeska Angelo Logo

Supporting Organizations:
 

Sponsorships:

Marlene Sibley
1.408.943.6988
msibley@semi.org