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Quantum dots making inroads in displays

10/28/2015  As part of a new market report, IDTechEx Research has looked at quantum dots' impact on the display industry. Is this the technology that will enable LCD to rival OLED?

Imec and Ghent University present thermoplastically deformable electronic circuits

10/27/2015  imec and CMST have developed a novel technology for thermoplastically deformable electronics enabling low-cost 2.5D free-form rigid electronic objects.

Lam Research, KLA-Tencor to Combine in $10.6 Billion Deal

10/21/2015  Lam Research has agreed to acquire KLA-Tencor for $10.6 billion in cash and stock. The two giant suppliers of semiconductor capital equipment expect to close the transaction in mid-2016, subject to regulatory and shareholder approval.

Mentor Graphics Veloce VirtuaLAB Adds Next-Generation Protocols for Leading-edge Networking Designs

10/19/2015  Mentor Graphics Corp. today announced the Veloce® VirtuaLAB Ethernet environment with support for 25G, 50G and 100G Ethernet. This support enables highly efficient, emulation-based verification for the massive Ethernet-based designs being created today.

New approach for "nanohoops" could energize future devices

10/14/2015  A new paper from the University of Oregon shows that nanohoops can be made using a variety of atoms, not just those from carbon.

Applied Materials advances OLED display manufacturing for flexible mobile products and curved TVs

10/12/2015  Applied Materials, Inc. unveiled two new systems that enable the volume production of high-resolution, thin and lightweight flexible OLED displays for mobile products and TVs.

Infineon CEO Says Robot Cars Will Drive Semiconductor Demand

10/12/2015  Infineon’s CEO, Reinhard Ploss, says that the autonomously driven cars of the future will create a large demand for a variety of new semiconductors and sensors.

Organic semiconductors get weird at the edge: University of British Columbia research

10/08/2015  As the push for tinier and faster electronics continues, a new finding by University of British Columbia scientists could help inform the design of the next generation of cheaper, more efficient devices.

Mentor Graphics Tackles SoC Design Challenges

10/06/2015  System-on-a-chip designs are complex endeavors, and they are growing more complicated by the day. Mentor Graphics is cognizant of the many challenges in SoC design and is working to ease the troubles of chip designers.

Applied Materials Prospers in CMP, Deposition, Etch

10/06/2015  The company, founded in 1967, has a Silicon Systems Group which last year accounted for 66 percent of Applied's revenue. The SSG includes a number of other wafer fab equipment categories, such as epitaxy, ion implantation, metrology and wafer inspection, rapid thermal processing, and wet cleaning.

SPIE Photomask Panel: Money Is An Issue

10/02/2015  "Money (That’s What I Want)" could have been the theme song for playing off the EUV Mask Readiness panel discussion on Thursday morning (October 1) at the SPIE Photomask Technology conference in Monterey, California.

DuPont Displays opens OLED materials scale-up facility for next generation TVs

10/01/2015  DuPont Displays announced the opening of a state-of-the-art, scale-up manufacturing facility designed to deliver production scale quantities of advanced materials that enable large-format, solution-based printed Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays.

Intel Mask Engineer Reports "Steady Progress" in EUV Masks

09/30/2015  Intel has been working on photomasks for extreme-ultraviolet lithography for more than a decade, and has recently logged significant progress.

Mask Conference Highlights Progress in Lithography

09/30/2015  Harry J. Levinson, senior director of technology research at GlobalFoundries, took “Lithography and Mask Challenges at the Leading Edge” as the theme for his keynote presentation Tuesday morning, opening the SPIE Photomask Technology 2015 conference in Monterey, California.

Functionalized graphene ink opens door to innovative screen-printing applications

09/29/2015  A screen-printable functionalized graphene ink supplied by Goodfellow performs better than normal carbon-based ink.

CMP Technology Evolving to Engineer Surfaces

09/28/2015  New devices, materials, and substrates challenge atomic-scale integration.

Display technologies and electronic circuits to fuel organic electronics market globally through 2018

09/28/2015  Transparency Market Research (TMR) projects the global organic electronics market to grow at a CAGR of 32.6% from 2012 to 2018.

SEMI Conference Addresses Issues in Semiconductor Materials

09/25/2015  The overall theme for the conference was “Materials for a Smart and Interconnected World.” It featured sessions on “Material Enabling Silicon Everywhere”, “New Emerging Materials Technology & Opportunities at the Edge,” sustainable manufacturing, and a panel of executives from semiconductor manufacturers providing “A View from the Fabs.”

Linde Electronics Presents 2014 Global Supplier Awards

09/25/2015  Electronic Fluorocarbons LLC and Albemarle Corporation recognized for quality, safety, service and technology performance.

GlobalFoundries CTO Calls for Innovation in Chip Materials

09/24/2015  Gary Patton, chief technology officer of GlobalFoundries and head of the company’s worldwide research and development, called for innovation in chip materials in his keynote address on Tuesday at SEMI’s Strategic Materials Conference in Mountain View, Calif.




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Materials

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Success in electronics manufacturing increasingly relies on the materials used in production and packaging. More than 50 different elements from the periodic table are now used in semiconductor manufacturing, and the list grows even longer when you consider the requirements of flexible/printed electronics, LEDs, compound semiconductors, power electronics, displays, MEMS and bioelectronics. In this webcast, experts will focus on changing material requirements, the evolving material supply chain, recent advances in process and packaging materials and substrates, and the role new materials such as carbon nanotubes will play in the future.

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MEMS

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MEMS have quite different process and material requirements compared to mainstream microprocessor and memory types of devices. We will explore the latest trends in MEMS devices – including sensor fusion, biosensors, energy harvesting – new manufacturing challenges and potential equipment and materials solutions to those challenges.

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Interconnects

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This webcast will examine the state-of-the-art in conductors and dielectrics, -- including contacts and Metal1 through global level -- pre-metal dielectrics, associated planarization, necessary etch, strip and cleans, embedded passives, global and intermediate TSVs for 3D, as well as reliability, system, and performance issues.

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TECHNOLOGY PAPERS



Testing PAs under Digital Predistortion and Dynamic Power Supply Conditions

The power amplifier (PA) – as either a discrete component or part of an integrated front end module (FEM) – is one of the most integral RF integrated circuits (RFICs) in the modern radio. In Part 2 of this white paper series, you will learn different techniques for testing PAs via an interactive white paper with multiple how-to videos.September 06, 2017
Sponsored by National Instruments

Learn the Basics of Power Amplifier and Front End Module Measurements

The power amplifier (PA) – as either a discrete component or part of an integrated front end module (FEM) – is one of the most integral RF integrated circuits (RFICs) in the modern radio. Download this white paper to learn the basics of testing RF PAs and FEMs via an interactive white paper with multiple how-to videos.May 22, 2017
Sponsored by National Instruments

Wafer Handler Predictive Monitor and Equipment Verification, Excursion Detection, Defect Reduction & Tool Matching

Consistent equipment performance, avoiding unscheduled downtime, reducing defects and preventing excursions is key to reducing cost and improving die and line yield in semiconductor manufacturing. The fully automated InnerSense SmartWafer (SMW2) system addresses these key metrics. The SMW2 system is effectively being used as a predictive monitor for handler PM’s, a leading indicator for mechanical defects and can detect, predict and prevent most mechanical related excursions, including wafer damage that can lead to subsequent wafer breakage. The SMW2 system can further improve tool availability by improving post PM recovery and tool matching.January 24, 2017
Sponsored by InnerSense

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ITPC2017
Big Island, Hawaii
http://www.semi.org/en/itpc
November 05, 2017 - November 08, 2017
SEMICON Europa
Munich, Germany
http://www.semiconeuropa.org/
November 14, 2017 - November 17, 2017
IEDM 2017
San Francisco, CA
http://ieee-iedm.org
December 02, 2017 - December 06, 2017
ISS 2018
Half Moon Bay, CA
http://www.semi.org/en/ISS
January 15, 2018 - January 18, 2018

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