CSMC Director Doug Keszler will present at SEMICON West's Breakthrough Research Technologies Session.
"Innovation through Materials Chemistry"
The Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry is a Phase-II Center for Chemical Innovation sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Center efforts are focused on breakthrough research to enable next-generation capabilities in semiconductor and display manufacturing, while also training students as innovators. The research-to-innovation process of the Center will be highlighted by considering the EUV resist and AMNR device technologies of spin-outs Inpria and Amorphyx.
SEMICON West is the annual tradeshow for the micro- and nano-electronics manufacturing industries. Since 1971 the show has been the standard-bearer for the technological revolution spawning a worldwide group of tradeshows organized by SEMI.