The Electronic Materials Symposium is an inter-disciplinary conference that presents a broad spectrum of expert views on problems at the intersection of electronic materials and devices. The one-day symposium seeks to inform participants about challenges that excite today's materials scientists through a series of invited talks by experts in their respective fields.
The 47th Annual Northern California Electronic Materials Symposium, co-sponsored by TMS and IEEE Santa Clara Valley Section, will be held at Stanford University (Allen 101x Auditorium) in Palo Alto on Friday, May 10, 2019. The program features presentations on advanced electronic materials processing techniques and devices, and analytical techniques by outstanding speakers who have made significant contributions to their respective fields. Registration will begin at 8:00 am.
"Emerging Material Platforms, Design and Optimization Approaches for Nanophotonic Devices", Prof. Alexandra Boltesseva - Purdue University
"Spin Orbit Coupling in Doped Mott Insulators", Prof. Alessandra Lanzara - UC Berkeley
"Connecting Quantum Systems Through Optimized Photonics", Prof. Jelena Vuckovic - Stanford University
"Hardware for AI and Quantum Computing", Dr. Jeff Welser - IBM
"Metasurface Flat Optics: Unifying Semiconductor Manufacturing and Lens Making", Prof. Federico Capasso - Harvard University
"Optical Challenges Paving the Road to the Ultimate Mixed Reality Experience", Dr. Bernard Kress - Microsoft
"Reliable, Feedback Insensitive, Quantum Dot Lasers Epitaxially Grown on CMOS Compatible Silicon Substrates", Prof. John Bowers - UC Santa Barbara
"Materials and Device Challenges for Next Generation LIDARs", Prof. Jim Harris - Stanford University
The registration fees for the 2019 EMS meeting are as follows:
General: $110 (after April 22nd - $125)
Graduate Students: $60 (after April 22nd - $80)
Retired: $100 (after April 22nd - $110)
Gold Sponsorship: $500
Platinum Sponsorship: $900
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The Electronic Materials Symposium Committee exists to promote the understanding of electronic materials within the industrial and academic communities of the San Francisco Bay Area. This committee organizes the annual Electronic Materials Symposium, featuring presentations on advanced electronic, magnetic and optical materials processing, characterization and devices by outstanding speakers who have made significant contributions to their fields. Proceeds of the symposium are used to support electronic materials research and education in local universities.