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SOI Industry Consortium Fully Depleted Transistors Technology Symposium


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Fully Depleted Transistors Technology Symposium
December 10th, 2012 – San Francisco, CA

Leading companies from the SOI Industry Consortium are organizing a symposium about the Fully Depleted Technologies, focused on energy-efficient System-on-Chip technology implementations using planar Fully Depleted transistors as well as Bulk and Oxide Isolated FinFETS comparisons.

The symposium will be held at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square Hotel (333 O’Farrell St) on Monday December 10th 2012 from 8:15pm to 10:30pm (please note the slight change in start time to minimize potential agenda conflicts for all attendees).

Technologists and business leaders from STMicroelectronics, ST-Ericsson, IBM, ARM, Altera, LETI, Soitec, MEMC and others will debate comprehensive Fully Depleted Technology solutions, including product level benchmarking results for mobile SoC and FPGA applications.


  1. Planar Fully Depleted Technology at 28nm and below for extremely power-efficient SoCs
    SoC level 28nm Planar Fully Depleted silicon results
    Joel Hartmann, Executive VP Front-End Manufacturing & Process R&D, STMicroelectronics
  2. Evaluation and benchmarking of 14nm planar Fully Depleted Technology for FPGAs
    Jeff Watt, Ph.D. Fellow, Technology Development Altera Corporation
  3. Challenges and comparisons of designing power efficient SoCs with planar Fully Depleted transistors and FinFETS
    Rob Aitken, ARM Fellow
  4. Second-generation FinFETs and Fin-on-Oxide
    Ed Nowak, IBM Distinguished Engineer and Device Chief Designer Semiconductor R&D Center, IBM Systems and Technology Group
  5. Q&A

Co-Chairman: Michael Cadigan
Chairman of the Board of the SOI Industry Consortium
General Manager, IBM Microelectronics Systems & Technology Group

Co-Chairman: Horacio Mendez
Executive Director of the SOI Industry Consortium

Registration is free, however space is limited.

We are excited to offer this event and to host what we anticipate to be a spirited discussion. We look forward to seeing you on December 10th.

Presentations will start promptly at 8:15pm.
Food and refreshments will be offered.

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