TFUG December Technical Symposium
Date, Time & Location:
December 6, 2018
12:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
SEMI Global Headquarters
673 South Milpitas Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035
Memory technology development is of paramount importance to enable next generation computing applications such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data Science, and IoT. New materials and device architectures will be required to overcome the current challenges and limitations. The purpose of this meeting is to showcase recent developments in the field of memory, with special emphasis in emerging non-volatile memory (PCM, CBRAM, RRAM, CBRAM, CERAM, 3D NAND, etc.).
1:00 pm Introduction and Welcome
1:05 pm Mapping New Memory Technologies to New Applications, Chris Petti, Western Digital
1:40 pm CBRAM: An Ideal NVM for Embedded Applications, Venkatesh Gopinath, Adesto Technologies
2:15 pm Materials Innovation Required to Enable Next Generation Memory: The Most Hotly Contested Races in the 2020’s,Milind Weling, Intermolecular Inc.
2:50 pm Coffee Break
3:00 pm Device-to-system Modeling of RRAM for NVM-centric Architectures, Haitong Li, Stanford University
4:00 pm Closing Remarks
4:15 pm Meeting adjourn
All presentations will be requested to be posted on the TFUG Proceedings webpage approximately 1-2 weeks following the meeting.
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NCCAVS 2019 Technical Symposium
“Conversion Technologies for Generating, Transmitting, and Storing Energy”
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS – SUBMISSION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 2, 2018
Meeting Focus Area:
Energy can neither be created nor destroyed.
First Law of Thermodynamics.
The 2019 NCCAVS Technical Symposium on “Conversion Technologies for Generating, Transmitting, and Storing Energy,” to be held in conjunction with the 40th Annual NCCAVS Vacuum Equipment Exhibition, and 8th Annual Student Poster Session, will focus on technologies that include, but are not limited to:
- Concentrated Thermal Solar
- Energy Harvesting
- Fuel Cells
- Hydrogen Vehicles
- Wireless Charging
We encourage scientific and engineering professionals, and students, from academia, government labs, OEMs, end-users, and materials suppliers to provide contributed talks to the Symposium; in addition, we will have several invited speakers participating as well.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: November 2, 2018
Please submit your abstract by e-mail directly to the Symposium Chair, Paul Werbaneth, email@example.com
Prospective speakers are invited to submit a one-page abstract, with or without figures, along with contact information and a short biography of the lead author. Abstracts should consist of a concise description of the work at hand, highlighting the novelty of the approach or the special features of the results, and should also describe the relevance of the work to advancing our understanding of Conversion Technologies for Generating, Transmitting, and Storing Energy.
The Program Committee will select up to ten abstracts, including invited talks, for the Symposium.
Authors will be notified about the status of their submission on December 3, 2018.
Presenting authors are requested to supply the symposium chair with a copy of their presentation slides (pdf file) within two weeks following the Symposium; all talks will be posted on the NCCAVS User Group Proceedings webpage, consistent with the established practices of the NCCAVS User Groups.
STUDENT POSTER ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS:
Information about the Student Poster Session will be released soon.
2019 NCCAVS Technical Symposium Program Committee
Paul Werbaneth (Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Susan Felch (Past-Chair, email@example.com)
Michael Oye (TFUG)
David Hansen (CMP)
Lucia Feng (PAG)
Michael Current (JTG)
Mayu Yamamura (TFUG)
YaoHsi Hwang (TFUG)
Chris Malocsay (Equipment Exhibition Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org)
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