MILPITAS, Calif. — Advanced semiconductor manufacturing topics ranging from yield management and metrology to new developments in manufacturing enabling AI and advancing technology nodes will take center stage at the SEMI Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference (ASMC 2024), May 13-16 in Albany, New York. Expected to draw hundreds of attendees from across the industry, the 35th annual ASMC will feature over 30 hours of technical and poster presentations by more than 120 industry experts on the latest manufacturing strategies and methodologies. Registration is now open.
ASMC is the premier event for industry professionals to network and share insights into best practices for semiconductor manufacturing. The conference is co-chaired by Bradley Wood, Applications Engineering Manager, CMP Filtration at Entegris, and Vijayalakshmi Seshachalam, CVD Process Engineer Lead at GlobalFoundries.
ASMC 2024 Keynotes and Tutorial
|Vijay Narayanan Ph.D.
IBM Fellow & Strategist, Physics of AI
Senior Manager, PCM & AI Materials
SVP, Global Fab Operations
Director, R&D Collaborations, Office of the CTO
EMD Electronics Tutorial – Digital Transformation for Sustainability: Empowering the Semiconductor Industry through AI and Green PracticesSamira Bagheri
|Robert Maire, President
ASMC 2024 technical sessions will cover topics including:
- Advanced Equipment Processes and Materials
- Advanced Metrology
- Advanced Patterning / Design for Manufacturability / Design-Technology Co-Optimization
- Advanced Process Control
- Big Data Management and Mining
- Contamination Free Manufacturing
- Defect Inspection and Reduction
- Discrete and Power Devices
- Equipment Optimization
- Factory Automation
- Industrial Engineering
- Innovative Silicon Devices and Processes
- Lean Manufacturing
- Manufacturing for Sustainability
- Non-silicon and Non-CMOS
- Packaging and Through Silicon Via
- Smart Manufacturing
- The Fabless Experience
- Workforce Development
- Yield Enhancement/Learning
- Yield Methodologies
ASMC will also feature the panel discussion: Talent Pipeline: Building a Sustainable and Diverse Semiconductor Workforce. Panelists will include:
- Moderator: Shari Liss, Executive Director, SEMI Foundation
- Penny Hill, VP of Community, Professional and Workforce Development, Hudson Valley Community College
- Kevin Younis, COO and Executive Deputy Commissioner, Empire State Development
- Kylie Patterson, Senior Advisor, CHIPS for America
The Women in Semiconductors (WiS 2024) program takes place May 16 in conjunction with ASMC 2024. The program will address the importance of promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Complimentary registration is available for ASMC attendees.
For more conference details, please visit the ASMC website.