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Semiconductor technology for ULSIC and TFT conference

This conference is the continuation of the previous two successful ECI conferences held in Barga, Italy in July 2007 and in Xi'An, China in July 2009, which were attended by worldwide experts and technical leaders from universities, industry, and government laboratories.

This conference is organized with the intention of again providing a forum for continued discussion on the latest developments in two of the most critical high-tech fields, i.e., Ultra Large Scale Integrated Circuits (ULSIC) and Thin Film Transistor (TFT). It is aimed at the exchange of state-of-the-art information among those involved in research, development, and production of semiconductor materials, processes, and devices. Although requirements for ULSI and TFTs are different, their basic scientific principles are the same. This conference will bring together global experts from these areas to exchange ideas and opinions on common scientific issues.

Program Outline

In order to focus the discussion, we chose three of the most popular technologies to include in this conference. To begin each session, invited speakers who are well-recognized experts will give their views on the technology trends. Then, other speakers will show their ways of solving individual problems and express their opinions on future directions of the technology. At the end of the session, a discussion will be held among all participating members to consolidate their agreements. On the last day, a large brainstorm session will be held where related technologies will be discussed together. The eventual goal is to develop a consensus on if and how ULSIC and TFT technologies can be consolidated with respect to materials, processes, devices, and applications in the semiconductor field.

Format of the Meeting

The weeklong conference provides morning and late afternoon/early evening sessions in which presentations are made. Available time is included during the afternoons for ad hoc meetings, informal discussions, and/or recreation. The format is designed to enhance rapport among participants and promote dialogue from various communities.

Poster Sessions

Poster sessions are a very important part of the conference. From poster abstracts, short oral presentations will be selected. Graduate students and young investigators are particularly encouraged to present posters.

Publication of Abstracts

Abstracts of presentations will be published in the conference book, available to all participants at the time of the conference.


The proceedings will be published in a special issue of the ECS Transactions and the CD will be sent to each conference participant.

Technical sponsors
Electrochemical Society Electronics and Photonics Division
Korea Physical Society Semiconductor Division
Japan Society of Applied Physics

Prof. Yue Kuo
Thin Film Nano & Microelectronics Research Laboratory
Texas A&M University

Dr. Gennadi Bersuker
Austin, Texas

Scientific Advisory Committee
R. Street, PARC
S. Fonash, Penn State University
M. Shur, RPI
M. Hatano, Hitachi
W. I. Milne, Cambridge University
A. Nathan, U. College London
C.P. Wong, Georgia Institute of Technology
C. Claeys, IMEC
O. Bonnaud, University of Rennes I
G. Fortunato, IFN-CNR
J. Jang, KyunhHee University
D. N. Buckley, University of Limerick
R. Ishihara, Delft Tech. University
T. P. Ma, Yale University
J. Murota, Tohoku University
S. Uchikoga, Toshiba
S. Wagner, Princeton University

Submission of Abstracts

Abstracts for either oral or poster presentations are invited. Abstracts should be detailed (approximately 300 words) and should include specific results and conclusions to allow a scientific assessment of the proposed oral presentation or poster. Abstracts should be submitted electronically following the instructions given in On-line Abstract Submission.

All abstracts will be reviewed by the oral and poster session chairs as well as the conference chairs, and you will be notified whether your abstract has been accepted for an oral or poster presentation.

Late oral presentation submissions will be accepted only if presentation slots are available; otherwise, they will be considered for a poster presentation. Late poster presentations will be accommodated if slots are still available.

If you encounter any problems with submission, contact ECI at

Abstracts for oral/poster presentation: March 1, 2011
Last deadline for poster presentation due date: April 15, 2011


Contact: Kevin Korpics
Engineering Conferences International

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