SEMI-THERM announces Call for Papers for 35th annual conference

The SEMI-THERM Educational Foundation (STEF) announced that the 35thAnnual Thermal Measurement, Modeling and Management Symposium will take place from Monday, March 18thto Friday, March 22nd, 2019.  SEMI-THERM is currently accepting submissions for extended abstracts, peer-reviewed papers and presentation only abstracts. The deadline for each of these submissions types is October 12, 2018.

The SEMI-THERM Conference focuses on a broad range of cooling topics, from component and system level thermal management solutions to advanced cooling techniques and technologies. Applications of interest include Internet of Things, data centers, aerospace systems, drones, digital imaging, wearable and consumer electronics.

Conference committee chairs and presenters are leaders and practitioners from companies including Aavid Thermacore, Advanced Thermal Solutions (ATS), Cisco, Facebook, Google, Huawei, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Qualcomm, and other organizations and academia dedicated to solving thermal challenges.

“Presenting at SEMI-THERM is the perfect opportunity to educate colleagues and customers of a new technology or application and to gain recognition for your company, organization or university research.,” said Bernie Siegal, co-founder of the conference and recipient of SEMI-THERM’s Lifetime Achievement Award. “This program facilitates interactive communication between representatives of world-class research institutes and international corporations, as well as thermal consultants,” he added.

Symposium Highlights

SEMI-THERM is an international symposium dedicated to the thermal management and characterization of electronic components and systems. See topics below.

In addition to technical sessions and keynote presentations, the conference and exhibition includes technical short courses, embedded tutorials, vendor workshops, how-to courses and panel discussions on current thermal technologies.

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