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International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology
May 24, 2021 - May 27, 2021
CS MANTECH is collaborating with ROCS and Co-Innovate.
In light of on-going developments with COVID-19 and after thoughtful discussions with our Executive and Technical Program Committees, CS MANTECH has decided to move our 2021 Conference to a fully online, virtual experience that will take place on Monday, May 24 – Thursday, May 27. We believe this is the safest approach for the well-being of our global audience and we are excited that a virtual event makes it possible to broaden the learning opportunities and engagement with the industry at this time.
Attendees will be able to participate virtually in vital conversations around compound semiconductor manufacturing, advances in materials growth and characterization, and device performance improvements. Networking is a cornerstone of our annual event and attendees will be able to partake in interactive and engaging experiences through a new dynamic virtual conference platform. The virtual system we will use also has interactive exhibition features and includes plentiful opportunities for sponsorship exposure, all while attendees connect from the comfort and safety of their home or office.
Best of all, plenaries and breakout sessions will be easily accessible on-demand for conference attendees to view at their own convenience.
This year CS MANTECH will introduce design concepts for GaN power devices, their materials growth, testing methods, to packaging and compact modelling to equip you with the expertise for the next generation of power device technology.
Much of the low-carbon technology presently still relies on Silicon (Si) based power electronic devices. While these devices are serving us well, the unequivocal need to accelerate the reduction of our carbon footprint and to reduce the ongoing climate changes demonstrates the clear urgency to do much more. Some of the Si technology is therefore starting to be replaced with wide bandgap semiconductors based on Gallium Nitride (GaN) and Silicon Carbide (SiC) to enable our daily lives, from charging our phones and laptops, to feeding in wind or solar energy into the national grid. There are huge opportunities for these wide bandgap (and upcoming ultrawide bandgap) materials and devices to make a major environmental (and economic) positive impact.