SEMICON West Explores Latest Technologies and Trends

June 27, 2016
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Technology

What’s left after the relatively easy semiconductor manufacturing issues have been solved? The wicked hard problems – including things like scaling transistors down to 5 nm, reducing power dissipation from interconnects, and designing processes to use new materials in complex, three-dimensional structures. Professionals from across the industry will gather at SEMICON West to discuss these challenges along with the latest technologies and trends. The annual tradeshow, held this year July 12-14 in San Francisco, will feature more than 100 hours of technical and business programs, exhibits, and special programs for students.

Tim Archer, Lam’s Chief Operating Officer, will join other industry leaders on the Keynote Stage for the “CONNECT” Executive Summit. Panelists will discuss realigning business models, strategies, and technologies to meet current and future challenges. Gary Bultman, senior vice president of Strategic Development, will be a panelist at the Silicon Innovation Forum, a program that  highlights the innovators of tomorrow. You can also hear from our Chief Technology Officer, Dave Hemker, who will facilitate discussion of technology innovations that may enable future integrated circuit manufacturing during the “Pathfinding Beyond 5 nm” session of the Advanced Manufacturing Forum.

Lam is proud to be a premier sponsor of the show, which plays a key role in encouraging interaction and collaboration across the semiconductor ecosystem. We are a gold sponsor of the Women in Technology Forum, which will explore the changing workplace environment, as well as a sponsor of University Day, where students interested in starting a career in this exciting field can chat with Lam and other representatives about opportunities. In addition, our technical experts will be participating in several technical sessions. A summary of our participation throughout SEMICON West is shown below.

 

Advanced Manufacturing Forum:  Pathfinding Beyond 5 nm
Dave Hemker, moderator
Tuesday, July 12, 10:30 AM-12:30 PM
Moscone South Hall, TechXPOT South

 

Sustainable Manufacturing Forum:  Government Regulatory Compliance for Complex High Tech Products and Elaborate Global Supply Chains
“Product Testing and Supply Chain Challenges”
Brian Claes, panelist
Tuesday, July 12, 12:15-1:00 PM
San Francisco Marriott Marquis

 

Silicon Innovation Forum Panel Session
Gary Bultman, panelist
Tuesday, July 12, 3:05-4:10 PM
Moscone South Hall, Innovation and IoT Theater

 

“CONNECT” Executive Summit
Tim Archer, panelist
Wednesday, July 13, 9:00-10:00 AM
Moscone North Hall, Keynote Stage

 

The Business Case for Supplier Diversity – Why It Matters to You (Intel Presentation and Panel Discussion)
Douglas Meakin, panelist
Wednesday, July 13, 12:30-2:00 PM
Moscone Center Esplanade, Room 308

 

Women in Technology Forum
“The I(nclusive) Generation: Best Practices for Attracting, Retaining, and Developing Engaging Opportunities Across Multiple Generations of Employees”
Lubab Sheet-Davis, panelist
Wednesday, July 13, 1:30-2:30 PM
Moscone Center Esplanade, Room 304

 

From Collision to Convergence:  Co-Creating Solutions in the Semiconductor and MEMS/Sensors Industries (Joint SEMI and MEMS & Sensors Industry Group Workshop)
“The Path to Semiconductor and MEMS/Sensors Common Best Practices for Growth”
Michelle Bourke, panelist
Wednesday, July 13, 2:00-3:00 PM
San Francisco Marriott Marquis

 

Advanced Manufacturing Forum:  ≤200 mm Semiconductor Manufacturing Is Here to Stay
David Sachse, panelist
Wednesday, July 13, 3:50-4:20 PM
Moscone South Hall, TechXPOT South

 

Advanced Manufacturing Forum:  Interconnect Solutions for Next-Generation Computers
“Enabling Advanced Interconnect Scaling with Novel Metallization”
Hui-Jung Wu, presenter
Thursday, July 14, 12:10-12:35 PM
Moscone North Hall, Room 133

 

Complete schedules and registration information can be found on the SEMICON West website. We look forward to meeting with you at the show.

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