2018 ITPC Agenda

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ITPC Agenda

Agenda as of September 19, 2018

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Sunday, November 4

16:00-19:00

Conference Check-In

18:00-19:30

Welcome Reception - sponsored by TEL


Monday, November 5

07:00-08:00

Attendee Breakfast

08:00-08:10

Welcome Remarks - Ballroom

Ajit Manocha
CEO
SEMI

 

 

 

Tad Suhara
President and CEO
SCREEN
Chairman, ITPC Committee

 

 

 

Session 1: 

08:10-08:40

Yasuo Naruke
President and CEO 
Toshiba Memory Corporation

 

 

 

08:40-09:05

Keyvan Esfarjani
Corporate Vice President, Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group Worldwide Manufacturing
Intel Corporation

 

 

 

 

09:05-09:35

Samsung Electronics

09:35-10:00

Break - sponsored by Kanken Techno

10:00-10:30

Satoshi Yoshihara 
Senior General Manager, Sensing Solutions Business Division
Sony Semiconductor Solutions

 

 

 

10:30-11:00

Siva Sivaram
Executive Vice President of Technology and Manufacturing
Western Digital

 

 

 

11:00-11:30

Mukesh Khare
Vice President Research
IBM

11:30-13:00

Lunch - sponsored by Ebara

Session 2

13:00-13:30

Handel Jones
CEO
International Business Strategies (IBS) 

 

 

 

13:30-14:00

David Treat
Managing Partner
Accenture

 

 

 

14:00-14:30

Jeremy O’Brien
CEO
PsiQuantum

 

 

 

14:30-14:45

Break

14:45-15:15

Matt Gertken
Associate Vice President, Geopolitical Strategy
BCA Research

 

 

 

15:15-15:45

Christopher Thomas
Partner & Co-Head, Asia Semiconductor Practice
McKinsey & Company

15:45-16:15

Dan Kim
Senior International Economist
Office of Industries
US International Trade Commission

18:30-19:30

"Summer of Love" Reception - sponsored by Edwards & SPTS Technologies

19:30-22:00

"Summer of Love" Banquet - sponsored by Edwards & SPTS Technologies


Tuesday, November 6

07:00-08:00

Attendee Breakfast - sponsored by RASIRC

Session 3: Automotive - sponsored by Advantest

08:00-08:20

Michael Alexander
Partner
Roland Berger

 

 

 

08:20-08:40

Shawn Slusser
Vice President Automotive
Infineon Americas

 

 

 

08:40-09:00

David Reed
Executive Vice President & General Manager
NXP

 

 

 

09:00-09:20

Johann Weber 
CEO
Zollner

 

 

 

09:20-09:35

Break - sponsored by Nikon Precision

09:35-11:15

Automotive Panel: Who’s Driving? Technology’s Role in Making Smart Cars Safe

Automotive electronics are forecast to be the next explosive market driver for semiconductors, outpacing overall IC growth rates. The coming wave of electrified vehicles promised to have a dramatic impact on not only the automotive, battery and utilities markets, but also on the global semiconductor industry as the need for more manufacturing capacity spurs a surge in construction of new wafer fabs as well as back-end test and assembly facilities. Leading market researchers are projecting that device sales for the expanding range of automotive applications will reach US$73 billion in five years. Many of these semiconductors’ features and functions are focused on creating smart vehicles with capabilities such as “reading” traffic signs, distinguishing pedestrians from lampposts and recognizing when to apply the brakes. Such advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) represent great strides toward fully autonomous vehicles. But before the first drivers turn over their car keys to on-board electronic systems, technology providers must work together to ensure public safety. Reliable and secure data management is required within each smart car (e.g., controlling speed and lane position), among vehicles in close proximity (e.g., LIDAR and collision-avoidance systems) and between a connected vehicle and external elements (e.g., from bicyclists to orbiting GPS satellites). Artificial intelligence (AI) plays a key role in getting all of these technologies to work together in an integrated solution that can be cost-efficiently built into the next generation of smart vehicles. Making the vehicles of tomorrow safe at any speed will be discussed by this diverse panel of technology leaders.

Moderator:  Judy Davies, VP Global Marketing Communications, Advantest 

 

 

 

 

 

Panelists:

11:15

Session Ends

12:00

Lunch for conference attendees (non-golfers) - sponsored by Advantest

12:30

Golf Tournament Shotgun Start - sponsored by Hitachi High Technologies America
(lunch for golfers included)

18:30-19:30

Tropical Night, Reception - sponsored by Astronics

19:30-21:30

Tropical Night, Banquet - sponsored by Astronics


Wednesday, November 7

07:00-08:00

Attendee Breakfast

Session 4

08:00-08:30

William Miller
VP Engineering
Qualcomm

 

 

 

08:30-08:50

John Chen
Corporate Vice President of Technology and Foundry Operations
nVidia

 

 

 

08:50-10:15

Technology Panel: Transforming Artificial Intelligence to Manufactured Intelligence

Intelligence doesn't have to remain "artificial"--it can be made or manufactured through learning. This panel will address the emerging market for intelligent systems and killer applications that promise to drive the semiconductor industry over the next decade and beyond. Discussion topics will include Artificial Intelligence, 5G, and autonomous vehicle technologies, as well as the technological requirements to satisfy and enable growth in these markets. Panelists will provide their insightful, yet different views and priorities on technology requirements and market opportunities, leading a pathway for the industry to prevail.

Moderator: John Chen, nVidia

Panelists:

 

 

 

 

 

 

10:15-10:30

Break - sponsored by Sumitomo (SHI) Cryogenics America

10:30-11:00

Gregg Bartlett
SVP, Strategy & Transformation
GLOBALFOUNDRIES

 

 

 

11:00

End of Conference

Agenda subject to change

09/19/2018