Thursday, September 18, 2014

EEE International Electron Devices meeting to celebrate 60th anniversary

SAN FRANCISCO, USA: The world's leading scientists and engineers in micro and nanoelectronics will convene here from December 15-17, 2014 at the annual IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), continuing the conference’s tradition of spotlighting technical breakthroughs in a wide range of applications such as logic, memory, MEMs, sensors, displays, flexible electronics, biomedical imaging, power electronics and energy harvesting.

The 60th annual IEDM will take place at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square Hotel, preceded by day-long short courses on Sunday, Dec. 14 and a program of 90-minute tutorials on Saturday, Dec. 13. In addition to the technical program, other events such as evening panels, special focus sessions, IEEE awards and an entrepreneurial session will take place during the meeting.

The heart of every IEDM technical program is a focus on core semiconductor technology, but, in keeping with the growth in mobile computing and communications, and with the expansion of electronics into many new areas, the 2014 meeting will have a greater overall emphasis on circuit and process technology interactions, bio-sensors and bioMEMS, energy harvesting, power devices, sensors, magnetics, spintronics, two-dimensional electronics, devices for non-Boolean computing, and multiferroics.

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