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IEDM 2021 – Back to in Person

IEDM 2021 – Back to in Person
by Scotten Jones on 10-18-2021 at 6:00 am

IEDM 2021 SemiWIkiAnyone who has read my previous articles about IEDM knows I consider it the premier conference on process technology.

Last year due to COVID IEDM was virtual and although virtual offers some advantages the hallway conversations that can be such an important part of the conference are lost. This year IEDM is returning as a live event in San Francisco from Dec. 11-15, 2020, with on-demand access to materials starting Dec. 17.

Saturday, December 11 will be the tutorials:

90-Minute Tutorials – Saturday, Dec. 11

The 90-minute Saturday tutorial sessions on emerging technologies have become a popular and growing part of the IEEE IEDM. They are presented by experts in the field to bridge the gap between textbook-level knowledge and leading-edge current research, and to introduce attendees to new fields of interest:

2:45 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.

4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Sunday, December will be the short courses:

IEDM Short Courses – Sunday, Dec. 12

In contrast to the Tutorials, the full-day Short Courses are focused on a single technical topic. Early registration is recommended, as they are often sold out. They offer the opportunity to learn about important areas and developments, and to network with global experts.

  • Future Scaling and Integration Technology, organized by Dechao Guo, IBM Research

 

Practical Implementation of Wireless Power Transfer, Hubregt Visser, IMEC

Monday will begin the conference with the plenary talks:

Plenary Presentations – Monday, Dec. 13

  • The Smallest Engine Transforming Our Future: Our Journey Into Eternity Has Only Begun, Kinam Kim, Vice Chairman & CEO, Samsung Electronics Device Solutions Division
  • Creating the Future: Augmented Reality, the Next Human-Machine Interface, Michael Abrash, Chief Scientist, Facebook Reality Labs
  • Quantum Computing Technology, Heike Riel, Head of Science & Technology, IBM Research and IBM Fellow

Followed by the full conference Monday through Thursday.

As every year, IEEE IEDM 2021 will offer Special Focus Sessions on emerging topics with invited talks from world experts to highlight the latest developments.

Monday, December 13, 1:35 PM

Session 3 – Advanced Logic Technology – Focus Session – Stacking of devices, circuits, chips: design, fabrication, metrology – challenges and opportunities

Tuesday, December 14, 9:05 AM

Session 14 – Emerging Device and Compute Technology – Focus Session – Device Technology for Quantum Computing

Wednesday, December 15, 9:05 AM

Session 25 – Memory Technology/Advanced Logic Technology – Focus Session – STCO for memory-centric computing and 3D integration

Wednesday, December 15, 1:35 PM

Session 35 – Sensors, MEMS, and Bioelectronics/Optoelectronics, Displays, and Imaging Systems – Focus Session – Technologies for VR and Intelligence Sensors

Session 38 – Emerging Device and Compute Technology/Optoelectronics, Displays, and Imaging Systems – Focus Session – Topological Materials, Devices, and Systems

For more information and to access the full program as it becomes available, please go to: https://www.ieee-iedm.org/

IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) is the world’s preeminent forum for reporting technological breakthroughs in the areas of semiconductor and electronic device technology, design, manufacturing, physics, and modeling. IEDM is the flagship conference for nanometer-scale CMOS transistor technology, advanced memory, displays, sensors, MEMS devices, novel quantum and nano-scale devices and phenomenology, optoelectronics, devices for power and energy harvesting, high-speed devices, as well as process technology and device modeling and simulation.

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