ECS is sponsoring the 1st International Semiconductor Conference for Global Challenges in Nanjing, China, July 16-17, 2017. Abstracts for this conference are due by May 1, 2017.
The conference aims to unite scientists around the world, fostering the exchange of ideas and addressing the global challenges and opportunities in semiconductor science and technology. Topics are set to span a wide spectrum of semiconductor researcher, focusing on five main topics: materials growth and characterization, electronic devices and applications, optoelectronic devices and applications, power devices and applications, and energy devices and systems.
“This conference features some of the top minds in semiconductor science and technology and provides a great opportunity for ECS to connect with researchers and bolster this field, say Roque Calvo, ECS executive director and member of the conference’s program committee. “It plays a significant role in addressing global concerns ranging from information security to energy infrastructure.”
Confirmed speakers include:
- Yue Kuo, Texas A&M University
- Akira Toriumi, Tokyo University
- Oliver Bonnaud, University of Rennes
- Stefan De Gendt, IMEC
- Eugene A. Fitzgerald, MIT
- Qiliang Li, George Mason University
- Yaw Obeng, NIST
- Amalia Patane, University of Nottingham
- H. S. Philip Wong, Stanford University
To learn more, visit the 1st International Semiconductor Conference for Global Challenges website.