SEOUL, Korea – April 16, 2018 – The 3rd SEMI Strategic Materials Conference Korea (SMC Korea), May 17 at the Coex Convention & Exhibition Center in Seoul, will bring together industry leaders for the latest insights in driving process improvements and productivity gains. The event will focus on “Materials Accelerating Innovation,” highlighting the critical role of materials in addressing new challenges in developing devices with advanced performance.
SMC Korea 2018 includes a day-long technical conference with three sessions covering Technology Roadmap, Materials and Process Innovation, and Collaboration featuring 13 speakers from ASM, BASF, Entegris, Samsung Electronics, SK hynix, TEL and others. Keynotes will deliver insights on technology drivers in device manufacturing and scaling:
- Challenges and Materials for Beyond the Roadmap, Sven Van Elshocht, R&D Manager of imec
- EUV Lithography has entered the industrialization Phase, Hans Meiling, Vice President Product Marketing EUV of ASML
- Challenges in CMOS Device Technology for 5nm Node, Byunghee Kim, Sr. Technologist of Lam Research
Samsung Electronics and SK hynix will underscore the vital importance of collaboration between IC manufacturers and material suppliers in designing new materials that enable the development of innovative devices key to industry growth. SMC Korea 2018 offers insights by industry leaders into hot topics in the manufacturing process and materials as participants take advantage of opportunities to connect with key industry players.
Official sponsors of SMC Korea 2018 include are BASF, Dow Chemical, Entegris, Hansol Chemical, Merck, Versum Materials and Wonik Materials.
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