Join us as we learn from the past and envision the future.
Register today. Space is limited. (No "walk-ins"--you must register by Friday, Mar 28 at 5:00 pm.)
How do supply chain players become industry leaders? The semiconductor industry provides the best case studies for how to not just survive in business in the 21st century-but how to vault into a lead position.
What has empowered a few companies-the Intel's and Motorola's-to emerge as powerhouse brands and end-product successes? What companies and technologies are poised to break through? What lessons are learned from the recent history of the semiconductor industry and its driving force-the dynamic equipment and materials sector?
This meeting focuses on the state of the equipment and materials industry. The challenges and opportunities, emerging technologies, and success stories are covered. Designed for scientists, business development executives, engineers, CEOs, financiers, educators, and anyone with an interest in the semiconductor industry.
The symposium includes: opening session on April 1 and all day conference on April 2.
Presenters and Moderators include: Jerry Coder (Dupont); Tetsuro "Terry" Higashi (Tokyo Electron Limited); Richard S. Hill (Novellus); G. Dan Hutcheson (VLSI); C. Scott Kulicke (Kulicke & Soffa); David A. Laws (Computer History Museum); Thomas J. Misa (U of Minn); Stephen G. Newberry (Lam); Stanley T. Myers (SEMI); Peter H. Rose (National Medal of Tech recipient); Harry Sello (Harry Sello and Associates); George M. Scalise (SIA); Thomas St. Dennis (Applied Materials)
Please visit www.chemheritage.org to register.
Free--Must register by March 28 (no walk ins).
Official Website: http://www.chemheritage.org/events/SEMI/index.html
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