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2019 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGY FOR ULTRA LARGE SCALE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND THIN FILM TRANSISTORS VII

2019 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGY FOR ULTRA LARGE SCALE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND THIN FILM TRANSISTORS VII

ULSIC VS TFT 7

Date of beginning

Sunday, 19 May 2019

Duration

5 days

Deadline for abstracts

Monday, 28 January 2019

City

Kyoto

Country

Japan

Contact

Noel Parsons

E-Mail

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Expected participants

300

Memo

The 7th ULSIC vs. TFT conference continues the tradition of the previous six successful conferences held in Barga, Italy (2007), Xi’An, China (2009), Hong Kong, China (2011), Grenoble, France (2013), Lake Tahoe, California, USA (2015) and Hernstein, Austria (2017) in providing a forum to discuss the latest developments in semiconductor technology, ranging from nanoscience to giga-scale integration. This is the only conference bringing together experts from the two most popular semiconductor technologies – ULSICs and TFTs – to discuss ideas and exchange opinions on future challenges cohesively.  Both technologies are based on the same principles and face common challenges in devices, materials, fabrication processes, reliability, and applications. The goal of this conference is to exchange state-of-the-art information and thoughts among those involved in research and development.  Invited speakers include distinguished researchers, engineers, professors, and national academy members from US, Europe and Asia.  A portion of the oral and poster presentations are reserved for junior researchers.