June 24, 2020
A SEMI Electronic Materials Group (EMG) Hosted Webinar
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Online, Pacific Time,
Big data, data mining, data sharing, data transparency, the entire electronics industry is built on data. From device design to the fabs, equipment, and materials that turn design into finished products, the semiconductor industry creates and consumes vast quantities of data. Inside the fab and out, throughout the supply chain, the practice of data sharing through local or offline methods seems increasingly quaint and largely insufficient. The demand for detailed, on-demand, even real-time data is pushing further and further up the supply chain. This challenges suppliers to improve data acquisition and management systems as well as analyze and share data that was once thought to be the crown jewels of intellectual property. In this webinar, you will learn about:
- How the challenges for detailed, on-demand, even real-time data is being met in the fab and supply chain.
- The generation and use of data in fab equipment through the usage of intelligent controls
- Data requirements for advanced fab processing
- How these data requirements are being communicated and addressed up the supply chain.
Dr. Rathsack is Vice President and Deputy General Manager of Technology and Manufacturing in Tokyo Electron America. His team is responsible for developing advanced equipment and process technologies in lithography track, etch, film deposition and cleans. His team specializes in advanced computational engineering, software applications and data science to develop SMART tools. He has 18 years of semiconductor development experience at Tokyo Electron and Texas Instruments. He is also a Senior Member of Technical Staff (SMTS) who has authored/ co-authored 50 publications and has 30 granted patents. He received his BS in chemical engineering from the University of Illinois/UC and his MS/PhD at the University of Texas/Austin.
E. Steve Putna is a Senior Supply Chain Manager at Intel Corporation focused on direct materials and capital equipment. Previously, Steve served in various engineering and supply chain roles inclusive of high-volume manufacturing, development and research spanning multiple Intel technology nodes. Steve additionally served as an Emerging Materials Thrust Director for the Semiconductor Research Corporation. Prior to Intel, Steve earned a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and a BS from the University of Texas at Austin both in Chemical Engineering.
Complimentary for SEMI Members.