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Standards

Why Standards?

Standards increase market access, promote communication within and across industries, accelerate product development, enable faster commercialization, reduce costs, and protect workers and the environment.

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Connect to make things work together! Join the SEMI International Standards Program and keep up-to-date with our upcoming events.

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SEMI Standards Program Membership is required to participate, but free of charge and does not require SEMI Corporate Membership. Get involved and join today! 

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2018 Program Catalog

Standards Meeting Schedule

This meeting set will host 14 committees and over 65 task forces engaged in various standardization activities including: Environmental, Health and Safety; Facilities, Gases, and Liquid Chemicals; Factory Automation Hardware and Software; High Brightness LED (HB-LED); MEMS/NEMS; Microlithography; Photovoltaic; Silicon Wafer; 3D Packaging and Integration; and Traceability.  

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To Attend

No charge to attend and free to join! The Standards meetings are open to all registered SEMI International Standards Program Members with a SEMICON West badge.

To join, please register at www.semi.org/standardsmembership or fill out an application at the SEMI Standards Registration/Information Desk on the Pacific Level of the San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel.

If you are unsure if you are a SEMI Standards Program Member, please reach out to Laura Nguyen, lnguyen@semi.org.


Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Wednesday, July 11
1:00pm to 4:00pm

 

The Global 3D Packaging & Integration Technical Committee develops standards for semiconductor devices, including processed wafers, chips, or multi-chip configurations to the next level of integration; either in single- or multi-chip configurations. The Committee will focus on items such as materials needed for 3D applications, including prime silicon and glass wafers, temporary and permanent bonding material, specifications needed for processed wafers and/or chips to enter an integration step, etc. In addition, materials related to the elements of, interconnection schemes, and unique packaging assemblies that provide for the communication link between device and packaging. Also included, will be the technologies for heterogeneous and other multi-chip packaging such as Fan-out/Fan-in Wafer Level Packaging, Panel Level Packaging, Three-Dimensional Stacking IC, device embedded packaging, and flexible electronics technology, and metrologies to support these 3D integration and packaging technologies.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Thursday, July 12
9:00am to 12:00pm

 

The Global 3D Packaging & Integration Technical Committee develops standards for semiconductor devices, including processed wafers, chips, or multi-chip configurations to the next level of integration; either in single- or multi-chip configurations. The Committee will focus on items such as materials needed for 3D applications, including prime silicon and glass wafers, temporary and permanent bonding material, specifications needed for processed wafers and/or chips to enter an integration step, etc. In addition, materials related to the elements of, interconnection schemes, and unique packaging assemblies that provide for the communication link between device and packaging. Also included, will be the technologies for heterogeneous and other multi-chip packaging such as Fan-out/Fan-in Wafer Level Packaging, Panel Level Packaging, Three-Dimensional Stacking IC, device embedded packaging, and flexible electronics technology, and metrologies to support these 3D integration and packaging technologies.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Tuesday, July 10
9:00am to 6:00pm

The Global Environmental, Health and Safety Technical Committee identifies the technical needs of the semiconductor, flat panel display and other related industries. The Committee focuses on Standards that promote safe and environmentally responsible design, selection, facilitation, operation, maintenance, service, decommissioning, and disposition of equipment and materials.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Wednesday, July 11
8:30am to 5:00pm

The Global Environmental, Health and Safety Technical Committee identifies the technical needs of the semiconductor, flat panel display and other related industries. The Committee focuses on Standards that promote safe and environmentally responsible design, selection, facilitation, operation, maintenance, service, decommissioning, and disposition of equipment and materials.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Thursday, July 12
9:00am to 6:00pm

The Global Environmental, Health and Safety Technical Committee identifies the technical needs of the semiconductor, flat panel display and other related industries. The Committee focuses on Standards that promote safe and environmentally responsible design, selection, facilitation, operation, maintenance, service, decommissioning, and disposition of equipment and materials.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Tuesday, July 10
9:00am to 12:00pm

The Global Facilities Technical Committee identifies the technical needs of the industry for facilities services, equipment and equipment installation. Facilities services typically include equipment installation, power, water, exhaust and support systems.

The Global Gases Technical Committee identifies the technical needs of the industry for bulk gases, specialty gases, components and gas distribution systems. 

The Facilities & Gases Technical Committee Chapter meets jointly.

 

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Monday, July 09
9:00am to 3:00pm

The Global Gases Technical Committee identifies the technical needs of the industry for bulk gases, specialty gases, components and gas distribution systems. This committee meets jointly with the Global Facilities Technical Committee.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Monday, July 09
9:00am to 10:00am

The Global HB-LED Technical Committee promotes mutual understanding and improved communication between users and suppliers of HB-LED (high-brightness light-emitting diode) materials, carriers, automation systems and devices. They set out to enhance the manufacturing efficiency and capability and shorten time-to-market so as to reduce manufacturing cost in the HB-LED industry.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Monday, July 09
12:00pm to 5:30pm

The Global Information & Control Technical Committee explores, evaluates, discusses, and formulates consensus based specifications that, through voluntary compliance, enhance the manufacturing capability of the semiconductor industry.  Its scope is limited to exploring and developing standards that pertain to the interface of manufacturing tools to each other, to control computers, or to human operators, for the purpose of transferring commands and data used during the manufacturing process.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Tuesday, July 10
8:00am to 6:00pm

The Global Information & Control Technical Committee explores, evaluates, discusses, and formulates consensus based specifications that, through voluntary compliance, enhance the manufacturing capability of the semiconductor industry.  Its scope is limited to exploring and developing standards that pertain to the interface of manufacturing tools to each other, to control computers, or to human operators, for the purpose of transferring commands and data used during the manufacturing process.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Wednesday, July 11
8:00am to 12:00pm

The Global Information & Control Technical Committee explores, evaluates, discusses, and formulates consensus based specifications that, through voluntary compliance, enhance the manufacturing capability of the semiconductor industry.  Its scope is limited to exploring and developing standards that pertain to the interface of manufacturing tools to each other, to control computers, or to human operators, for the purpose of transferring commands and data used during the manufacturing process.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Monday, July 09
1:00pm to 4:00pm

The Global Liquid Chemicals Technical Committee identifies and develops consensus-based standards fulfilling the technical needs of the industry for liquid chemicals and liquid chemical distribution. Liquid Chemicals Committee standardization includes:  analytical methods for evaluating liquid chemicals and materials used to contain and transport them;  specifications for liquid chemicals, and the materials used to transport them; contamination related issues and analytical methods;  performance specifications for liquid chemical distribution systems and components;  physical interface specifications for sub-systems and components, and  guides for definition, use, handling and installation.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Tuesday, July 10
8:00am to 5:00pm

The Global Liquid Chemicals Technical Committee identifies and develops consensus-based standards fulfilling the technical needs of the industry for liquid chemicals and liquid chemical distribution. Liquid Chemicals Committee standardization includes:  analytical methods for evaluating liquid chemicals and materials used to contain and transport them;  specifications for liquid chemicals, and the materials used to transport them; contamination related issues and analytical methods;  performance specifications for liquid chemical distribution systems and components;  physical interface specifications for sub-systems and components, and  guides for definition, use, handling and installation.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Thursday, July 12
1:00pm to 3:00pm

The Global MEMS/NEMS Technical Committee explores the need for Standards for MEMS and NEMS devices that cannot be handles by existing technical committees. Current topics include Wafer Bonding Alignment Targets; Step-Height Measurements of Thin, Reflecting Films using an Optical Interferometer; and Ultra High Purity Microscale Fluidic Systems for Use in Scalable Process Environments.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Tuesday, July 10
9:00am to 6:00pm

The Global Metrics Technical Committee explores and develops consensus-based standards, specifications, and practices used as the basis for comparative performance measurements of equipment, materials, components, or manufacturing operations to enhance the manufacturing capability of the semiconductor and related industries.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Wednesday, July 11
1:30pm to 6:00pm

The Global Metrics Technical Committee explores and develops consensus-based standards, specifications, and practices used as the basis for comparative performance measurements of equipment, materials, components, or manufacturing operations to enhance the manufacturing capability of the semiconductor and related industries.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Wednesday, July 11
9:00am to 11:00am

The Global Microlithography Technical Committee explores, evaluates and formulates consensus-based microlithography specifications that through voluntary compliance will enhance the manufacturing capability of the semiconductor industry.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Thursday, July 12
1:00pm to 4:00pm

The International Standards Committee (ISC) is an administrative committee and functions as the principal policy-making body of the Program, subject only to the approval of the SEMI Board of Directors. It serves as a resource for, and provides advice, counsel, and oversight to, the RSCs; promotes interregional balance and coordination; adjudicates interregional differences; and is the communication channel between the Program and the SEMI Board of Directors (Regulations 5.5).

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Monday, July 09
6:00pm to 9:00pm

The RSCs (Regional Standards Committees) administrative committees established by the ISC (International Standards Comittee), with the concurrence of the Board of Directors, in order to provide continuing supervision of Standards Documents development work in a given geographical area. There are three RSCs: NARSC, JRSC, and the ERSC.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Monday, July 09
7:00am to 9:00am

The ISC Subcommittee on the Regulations is responsible for developing, maintaining, and revising the Regulations (Regulations 5.5.5).

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Tuesday, July 10
7:00am to 9:00am

The ISC Subcommittee on the Regulations is responsible for developing, maintaining, and revising the Regulations (Regulations 5.5.5).

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Wednesday, July 11
7:00am to 9:00am

The ISC Subcommittee on the Regulations is responsible for developing, maintaining, and revising the Regulations (Regulations 5.5.5).

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Wednesday, July 11
1:00pm to 3:00pm

The Global Photovoltaic Committee explores, evaluates, discuss, and create consensus-based standard measurement methods, specifications, guidelines, and practices that, through voluntary compliance, will promote mutual understanding and improved communication between users and suppliers of photovoltaic materials and related metrology equipment to enhance the manufacturing efficiency and capability so as to reduce manufacturing cost of the photovoltaic (PV) industry.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Tuesday, July 10
3:00pm to 5:00pm

The Global PIC Technical Committee develops specifications to enhance the manufacturing capability of the semiconductor industry, specifically addressing mechanical, electrical, and special equipment specifications; and material movement integration, including substrate support and containment structures.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Wednesday, July 11
9:00am to 12:00pm

The Global PIC Technical Committee develops specifications to enhance the manufacturing capability of the semiconductor industry, specifically addressing mechanical, electrical, and special equipment specifications; and material movement integration, including substrate support and containment structures.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Monday, July 09
9:00am to 5:30pm

The Global Silicon Wafer Technical Committee develops international standards fulfilling the requirements for commercial silicon wafers. Silicon Wafer Committee standardization includes specifications and guides for silicon wafers, test methods for silicon wafer quality and geometry, shipping box related topics, wafer ID related topics, and business related topics to support smooth communication between silicon suppliers and customers.

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Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Tuesday, July 10
12:30pm to 5:30pm

The Global Silicon Wafer Technical Committee develops international standards fulfilling the requirements for commercial silicon wafers. Silicon Wafer Committee standardization includes specifications and guides for silicon wafers, test methods for silicon wafer quality and geometry, shipping box related topics, wafer ID related topics, and business related topics to support smooth communication between silicon suppliers and customers.

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Receptions, Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Tuesday, July 10
6:00pm to 7:30pm
Standards San Francisco Marriott Marquis Monday, July 09
10:00am to 12:00pm

The Global Traceability Technical Committee develops consensus-based standards to enable full traceability of materials and other factory resources in semiconductor manufacturing. This include marking and identification techniques, encode/decode methods, inter-company exchange of information, and characteristics of marking/reading sub-systems needed by the industry, from semiconductor, flat panel display, and other materials manufacturing through final product assembly and test. Standards of traceability include encode/decode hardware and software; common symbologies; active/passive transponders, inter-company exchange of information (incl. Front-end to back-end exchange), and definitions of common manufacturing items on traceability.

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