SEMI Northeast Chapter Presents: Today’s Challenges, Tomorrow’s Opportunities

Wednesday, September 10, 2014
10:00 AM-1:00 PM
SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) 257 Fuller Road Albany, NY 12203

The semiconductor roadmap is at yet another crossroads-- Is this one truly the end of Moore's Law? Yet, even as the development of EUV and 450mm slow, and the path to 14nm uncertain, the industry rises to meet today's challenges and creates tomorrow's growth opportunity. Emerging innovations in DLS and 3D may fill the void, but what other solutions are being discussed?

Find the answers to these questions and more.  Join your colleagues as industry experts, from
Intel (G450C), SEMATECH, GLOBALFOUNDRIES and Lam Research, discuss:

  • Status of current technologies
  • Cost solutions
  • How the industry can meet future hurdles
  • and more...

Following the lunch, attendees can participate in a tour of the CNSE 450mm facility.  To sign up, contact mkindling@semi.org.

10:00amRegistrationSouth Rotunda
  
10:30amRob Nine Welcome:
Rob Nine, Strategic Marketing, Gas Applications, 
Pall Microelectronics Group
Chairman, SEMI Northeast Committee
 
   
10:35amPete Singer Introduction/Moderator

Peter Singer (Biography)
Editor-in-Chief and Associate Publisher
Solid State Technology - Extension Media
 
10:40am 
 
   
Andrew Wei

 

10/7nm Scaling and Device Architecture

Andy Wei, Ph.D. (Biography)
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff
GLOBALFOUNDRIES 

 

 

 

 The Lithography Roadmap: A Challenging Path Ahead 

Michael Lercel, Ph.D. (Biography)
Sr. Director and Chief Technologist 
SEMATECH
 
   
 
Audrey Charles Addressing the Challenges of Scaling

Audrey Charles (Biography)
Senior Director of Technology
Lam Research
 
Frank RobertsonG450C Technology Development Program Status 

Frank Robertson (Biography)
General Manager, Industry/Strategy 
Global 450mm Consortium (G450C) and Intel Corporation 

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

Early Bird Registration

SEMI Member: $55.00
Non Member: $75.00

Regular Registration
(September 5, 2014)

SEMI Member: $75.00
Non Member: $95.00

Students: $15.  Contact mkindling@semi.org for pricing code.

Hosted by:

SUNY CNSE

Corporate Sponsors:

ASNA logo

 CNW logo

Evans Analytical
GreeneTweed

Noble Gas

Teradyne logo

Valqua logo

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