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SEMI Texas Chapter presents:
MEMS in Texas: Disruptive Technologies and an Expanding Industry in the Lonestar State

Friday, April 20, 2018
2400 Grove Blvd., Austin, TX

Member: $55 
Non-Member: $75 
Prices increase after April 18

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MEMS and sensors, Artificial Intelligence, and virtual and augmented reality are among the innovations expected to significantly impact our lives in the very near future. Among these, Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and sensors are integral to billions of electronic devices. From the smartphone to the smart living room, MEMS and sensors and other bleeding edge technologies enable us to experience the world around us in fundamentally new ways.

Forecasts by Yole Developpment indicate that the MEMS industry will reach $20B by 2021, and diversity and growth are exploding. Nowhere is that more evident than in Texas, with companies such as Texas Instruments leading the way.

How will these technologies fuel growth in Texas and how can companies along the supply chain benefit? The SEMI Texas Forum provides attendees with information regarding MEMS in an interactive format. Join your colleagues in learning about these technologies and markets.






 Registration & Continental Breakfast

Welcome and Introductions
Katy Crist, TEL and
Craig Romick, Parker Hannifin
Co-Chairs, SEMI Texas Committee


'MEMS in Texas: Disruptive Technologies, Market Creation and Industry Growth in the Lonestar State'
Brent Lunceford



S.V. Sreenivasan, Ph.D.
Professor, Joe C. Walter, Jr.
Chair of Engineering and Cockrell Family Chair in Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin
Co-director, NASCENT Center

9:15 Networking Break


  Stephen Frayser (moderator) 
Executive Director
STAR Park, Texas State University


  John Ehmke
Sr. Member Technical Staff, DLP
Texas Instruments

Kwok Wu, Ph.D.
Head of Embedded Software and Systems
NXP Semiconductors 


David J. Mount
Manager Marketing & Business Development
ULVAC Technologies

10:30 Closing remarks 

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