International Technology Partners Conference 2014

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The International Technology Partners Conference promotes business partnering, dialog and relationships among the world's top executives in the nano- and microelectronics manufacturing supply chains. Now on its 29th edition, ITPC draws together industry leaders to address strategic investment, market and technology issues in the semiconductor value chain. ITPC consistently attracts high-level executives from all over the world.

ITPC 2014 will be held at the Fairmont Orchid on the Big Island of Hawaii.

This year’s theme is “New Structures for Innovation” and features program sessions that address industry trends, collaborative business models, R&D, technology challenges and market drivers.

Keynotes

Mr. Adams Mark Phhoto
Mark W. Adams
President
Micron
Mr. TY Chiu Photo
Tzu-Yin Chiu
Chief Executive Officer
Executive Director
SMIC

ITPC’s three-day agenda is business centric with a social component.  It is designed with structured presentations on topical industry issues and unstructured free time for attendees to further discuss and network with other attendees.  The 2014 agenda will be available in July.

 2013 Agenda

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsor ITPC 2014 and brand your company in front of elite industry leaders at this prestigious event.

Thank you to the ITPC 2013 sponsors

 

2013 Sponsors

ITPC Sponsorship Opportunities
Marlene Sibley
Tel: 408.943.6988
msibley@semi.org

Conference Questions?
Marite Pantangco
Tel: 408.943.6940
itpc@semi.org

 

ITPC is the conference for top executives to Learn—Partner—Collaborate. Learn about the issues facing their companies while building relationships that will promote partnering in technology and business.

ITPC 2013 Participants

Advantest Corporation
Air Products & Chemicals
Applied Materials
ASML
ATMI
AZ Electronic Materials
Carmel Chemicals
CNSE
CYMECHS
Cymer
Dainippon Screen Mfg.
DAS Environmental Expert
Digmesa International
DNS Electronics
Ebara
ECI Technology.
Edwards Group
Egon Zehnder
EO Technics
Eugene Technology
EV Group
Exicon
Fujikin
Global 450mm Consortium
Hermes Epitek
Hitachi
Hitachi High-Technologies
Hitachi High Technologies America
Hitachi High Technologies Korea
Hitachi Kokusai Electric
Horiba Instruments
Horiba International
Horiba STEC
Horiba Stec Korea
IBM
IC Insights
imec
INFICON
Intel
Intermolecular
Intevac

Invensas
JSR
KLA-Tencor
KSIA
Lam Research
Media Lario
MiCo
Micronics Japan
MKS Instruments.
Nanometrics
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Nikon
Nikon Precision
ON Semiconductor
Orchestrat
Parker Hannifin
Persimmon Technologies
Plasma-Therm
Qualcomm Technologies
RASIRC
Reno Sub-Systems Canada
ReVera
RIKENKEIKI
Rudolph Technologies
SanDisk
Sevenstar Electronics
SK hynix
SMIC
Soitec
SPTS Technologies
SurplusGLOBAL
THK Co.
TOK America
Tokyo Electron America
Tokyo Electron Korea
Tokyo Electron Limited
Tokyo Electron Shanghai
Toyota Motor
ULVAC KOREA
VLSI Research
Wonik
Woowon Technology
WRS Materials
Y.D.K.