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SEMICON West Preview: MEMS

SEMICON West Preview: MEMS

Tuesday, July 11, 10:30am-12:45pm
MEMS & Sensors TechXPOT - Moscone North Hall
This popular program returns to its traditional time and place, looking at What’s Next for MEMS & Sensors: Big Growth of Disruptive Applications for Smart Sensing Changes the Business. Co-hosted by MSIG and moderated by Karen Lightman, VP MEMS & Sensors Industry Group, SEMI. Join us for the following presentations:

•    Jean-Christophe Eloy, CEO and Founder, Yole Développement, “What's Next for the MEMS Industry” 
•    David Horsley, Professor - Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, UC Davis“New MEMS Opportunities from Piezoelectric Technology”
•    Tomas Bauer, Senior VP Sales/Business Development, Silex Microsystems, “Smart IT Systems and Development Protocols Enable Faster Time-to-Market in MEMS” 
•    Pete Beckman, Co-Director, Northwestern-Argonne Institute for Science and Engineering, “Waggle and the Future of Edge Computing and Smart Cities” 
•    James Sturm, Professor - Electrical Engineering, Princeton University, “Roll-up Gesture Sensing & Voice Isolation Sensing Wall for Future Human-Machine Interface” 
•    Arvind Kamath, VP of Engineering, Thin Film Electronics, “Three Bit NFC Sensor Labels Based on a Flexible, Hybrid Printed CMOS TFT Process”

Tuesday, July 11, 1:30-3:00pm  
Meet the Experts: Smart Automotive Sensors - Moscone West Hall, Smart Journey 

•    Louay Eldada, CEO, Quanergy Systems, “Low-Cost Solid-State LIDAR Technology”
•    Robert Panas, Principal Investigator, Lawrence Livermore Lab, “Precision Optical Control with Micromirror Array” 
•    Jan-Philipp Gehrmann, Silicon Valley Automotive Sales & Marketing Leader, NXP, “Automotive Chip and Sensor Issues”

Wednesday, July 12, 10:30am-12:30pm
Meet the Experts: IoT - Moscone West Hall, Smart Journey

•    Tom Walsh, President, TEL NEXX, “What the IoT Means to the IC Industry”
•    Jean-Christophe Eloy, CEO and Founder, Yole Developpement, “Technology Challenges in the RF Industry”
•    Scott Smyser, EVP, Si-Ware Systems, “MEMS Spectral Sensors Enabling Ubiquitous Spectral Sensing”
•    David Lam, Chairman & CEO, Multibeam Corp., “Bridging the IoT Security Chasm”

Wednesday, July 12, 5:00-6:30pm
MSIG Members Reception (Invitation Only)

Red Dog Restaurant & Bar, 303 2nd Street, San Francisco 

Thursday, July 13, 3:30-5:30pm 
MEMS/NEMS Standards Committee Task Force Meetings - SF Marriott Marquis

The following taskforces will meet: Microfluidics Taskforce and the Joint MSIG, MEMS Substrate and MEMS Material Characterization Taskforces. Please see www.semiconwest.org/standards for more information.

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