Strategic Materials Conference (SMC) 2011


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Strategic Materials Conference—
“Material Innovation: Catalyst for Success”

Top materials companies will be at SMC to hear about new business models, emerging players, green requirements, and the diverse partnerships in the semiconductor materials sector.

As the premier Global Material conference to the Electronics Industry, the conference will highlight the importance of Materials being the innovation and ingredient for success in not only our traditional Semiconductor market, but in new and emerging markets such as PV, LED’s and BioMedical. We are also extremely excited about the changes in this year’s conference structure. We have organized the event to bring even more value, networking opportunities and content to the key Electronics Materials supplier base.

Who Should Attend

SMC offers valuable content and unprecedented networking opportunities for industry professionals (i.e., presidents, vice-presidents and other senior professionals in marketing, sales, purchasing, finance, product managers, consultants and venture capital) who share common strategic objectives of continued materials innovation, management and business success.

NEW — ISS/SMC Joint Session on Wednesday, January 12!

This special session will focus on critical customer inputs and technology roadmap perspective from leading global device companies.

Next, Novellus Chairman Rick Hill explores the current outlook and judgment of leading investment and financial analysts covering the sector in the lively Streetviews Panel.

The joint session concludes with the Blue Chip CEO Panel, offering strategic perspective and executive insight from a distinguished roster of industry leaders representing prominent semiconductor design, equipment and materials companies.

Also consider attending the Industry Strategy Symposium

SMC will be held the same week and at the same venue as the SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS). Discounts will be offered for those attending both events. For details, please visit www.semi.org/issus.

 

Keynote Speakers

Nobu Koshiba
President, JSR Corporation

Gary Patton
Vice President
Semiconductor Research & Development Center
IBM Systems and Technology Group

Andrew Thompson
Co-founder and CEO
Proteus Biomedical

SMC Brochure

5 KEY SMC SESSIONS

Customer View
ISS/SMC Joint Session on Wednesday, January 12

Attendees from both SMC and ISS will focus on the industry International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) with customer input from leading global device companies. In addition, you’ll gain distinctive insights on the challenges facing both the equipment and materials communities with the popular Streetviews Panel and the Blue Chip CEO Panel.

Semiconductor Technology

The requirements for continued innovation, combined with the demands of a stringent roadmap, means the materials market is faced with considerable challenges. Hear about developments in semiconductor technology, while covering materials needs for continued innovation.

You’ll hear about the developments in semiconductor technology, while covering materials needs for continued innovation.

Adjacencies

The emerging fields of photovoltaics and LED lighting continue their rapid growth. You will hear about the current technology drivers and market trends in these areas, with an eye toward new business opportunities for materials suppliers.

Business Environment/Supply Chain Analysis

Get real input from fabs on common supply chain concerns as well as new manufacturing challenges. This session benefits both end users and suppliers.
Market Analysis

Get an in-depth look at market growth, trends and drivers behind the electronics materials markets, including solar and LED markets.

 

2011 Sponsors

Thank you to our 2011 Corporate sponsors:

 

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

For further information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Marlene Sibley at 1.408.943.6988 or email msibley@semi.org.

SMC 2011Committee

SEMI would like to thank the Strategic Materials Conference 2011 Organizing Committee for their outstanding contributions in putting together the agenda and direction for the 2011 conference. Please click hereto see a list of our committee members.

Contact Information

If you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact:

Agnes Cobar
Program Manager, SEMI Americas
Tel: 408.943.7952
E-mail:
acobar@semi.org