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SEMICON West is proud to have played a critical role in driving last year’s momentum, which saw near-record growth across every industry sector. This year we’re adding programs on Smart Transportation, Smart Manufacturing, MedTech, IoT, Big Data, AI, and the cognitive learning technologies that are taking our industry and the world BEYOND SMART. We’ll showcase the latest innovations in semiconductor equipment, materials, design, manufacturing, packaging, test, and system integration, as well as Flexible Hybrid Electronics, MEMS & Sensors, blockchain technology, and more.
Smart Manufacturing Meet the Experts Theater
SEMI invites submission of abstracts for our expanded Meet the Experts program on emerging IC manufacturing technologies to handle the explosive growth of data, and on leveraging connected intelligence in the manufacturing of electronics. Talks should address technology of wide interest to a broad audience of electronics manufacturing managers and technologists, with evidence of developments on the leading/bleeding edge of commercial. Topics of interest include:
Test Vision 2020: The Next Step to Intelligent Test
SEMI invites submission of abstracts for Test Vision 2020: The Next Step to Intelligent Test. The growth in autonomous driving and the “connected everything” is spurring the demand for semiconductors. This trend is putting more pressure on test costs because of higher coverage requirements or lower average selling prices. Test must become even smarter to address the increased quality demands, while at the same time remain economical. Greater computational power coupled with increased analog and sensor content will force changes in test strategies due to more advanced packaging, heterogeneous integration, higher performance analog, and increasing RF complexity. To address those challenges, all the tools in the arsenal must be brought to bear; increasing test instrumentation integration, smarter test strategies, self-test, adaptive test, system level test, and more sophisticated test hardware.
At Test Vision 2020, we’ll ask questions like: What can we do differently to provide testing cost effectively with dppm rates approaching zero? What R&D tools are needed for today’s and tomorrow’s devices? What will test cell (ATE, fixtures, handlers or probers and probe cards) look like beyond 2018? How can test be more integrated into the manufacturing process?
Topics of interest include:
Important Information & Deadlines
|March 30||Call for Paper Submissions Due: Smart Manufacturing|
|April 15||Author / Speaker Notification: Smart Manufacturing|
|April 20||Call for Paper Submissions Due: Test Vision 2020|
|May 11||Author / Speaker Notification: Test Vision 2020|
|June 8||Presentation Draft1 Due for Review: Test Vision 2020 & Smart Manufacturing|
|June 22||Final Presentation Due (16:9 display format) and PDF Versions: Test Vision 2020 and Smart Manufacturing|
|July 10, 11, or 12||Presentation Dates: Smart Manufacturing|
|July 11 or 12||Presentation Dates: Test Vision 2020|
To submit an abstract for consideration:
Contact Agnes Cobar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 408.943.7952