Hosted by the SEMI Secondary Equipment & Applications Special Interest Group
|Description||While logic and memory manufacturers continue to look at scaling challenges, manufacturers of analog, RF, discrete, and other non-CMOS devices are innovating on process, productivity, and automation to keep existing fabs running at maximum throughput and cost efficiency. Industries as diverse as biotech, energy and storage have found significant cost and efficiency advantages by focusing on process innovations with 200mm and 300mm equipment.
This session will explore how some manufacturers, and the eco-systems that support them, are using secondary equipment, services and automation solutions to maximize productivity.
"Secondary Equipment Market: Everything Old is New Again"
Joanne Itow (Biography)
Managing Director, Manufacturing
|11:00am-11:30am||"Creating Virtual Fab Capacity with Equipment Automation"
Brad Connor (Biography)
"Development and Manufacturing for Analog Growth at TI"
Ricky Jackson (Biography)
Process Development Manager
"Secondary Equipment and Applications - Renewing Technologies - a Special Interest Group of SEMI"
Bruce Kim (Biography)
|2:00pm-2:30pm||"Extending Life & Improving Productivity of Legacy Ion Implanters"
"New Opportunities for Existing Fabs (Productivity in Thin Film Head Manufacturing"
Erich Pokorny (Biography)
Director of Procurement, Global Capital Equipment
"Technology Re-Use and Equipment Lifecycle Extension: an OEM Perspective"
Marshall Benham (Biography)
Senior Director, Product Line Head, Legacy Etch and MEMS
Lam Research Corp.
"Improving Capital Efficiency in Semiconductor Manufacturing and Test Through Leasing"
Igor Ilic (Biography)
Managing Director, Global SalesGE Capital Global Electronics