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SEMICON West 450mm Transition Forum


Thursday, July 11, 2013
South Hall, Moscone Center      

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Increased levels of collaboration, further advancements in tool prototypes, and increased visibility into related supply chain implications have occurred over the past year as the semiconductor industry implements the capability to manufacture its products on 450mm wafers.  The SEMICON West 450 Transition Forum will provide the latest updates on the status of 450 R&D, as well as a review of key technology considerations and a discussion of implications and opportunities for the supply chain.





Welcome and Introductions

Jonathan Davis

Global Vice President of Advocacy





G450C Update and Status  

(Presentation in PDF) 

Paul Farrar (Biography) 

General Manager

Global 450mm Consortium


Advanced Lithography Systems for 450 mm Applications

(Presentation in PDF)

Hamid Zarringhalam (Biography) 

Executive Vice President

Nikon Precision


Improving Semiconductor Equipment Vendor Profitability During the 450mm Transition

(Presentation in PDF)


Chris Richard (Biography)

Partner, Management Consulting

PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLC


450 Major Equipment Maker Panel

Moderator: Jonathan Davis, SEMI




Mark Fissel (Biography)

Vice President, 450mm Program

Lam Research Corporation




Kirk Hasserjian (Biography)

Corporate Vice President, Silicon Systems Group

Applied Materials, Inc.


Akihisa Sekiguchi, Ph.D. (Biography)

Vice President and General Manager of SPE Marketing

Tokyo Electron Limited (TEL)


Brian Trafas, Ph.D. (Biography)

Chief Marketing Officer


12:20pm-12:30pm Q&A, wrap up and closing remarks


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