International conference unites engineers, technologists, material researchers, physicists and chemists in Potsdam - Their focus is on Insulating Films on Semicondoctors
In June 2017, engineers, technologists, material researchers, physicists and chemists will meet in Potsdam. It is the first time that the international conference “INFOS” will be performed in Brandenburg.
The Leibniz-institute IHP innovations for high performances microelectronics, located in Frankfurt (Oder), is organising the meeting, where experts from Europe, Asia and America will exchange their expertises on Insulating Films on Semicondoctors (INFOS).
“Insulators in semiconductor technologies play an important role in scaled and multifunctional microelectronics to improve the performance of integrated circuits”, explains Dr. Christian Wenger, IHP’s chairman of the conference.
Within the last couple of years, the conference has been developed towards an prestigious international scientific platform. This year its 20th anniversary is celebrated. It focuses on dielectric materials to improve silicon based micro- and nanoelectronic technologies.
“We are aiming to promote an better exchange of research concepts, methods and techniques between scientists and engineers from different fields of dielectrics within circuit designs”, adds the IHP scientist.
At every day of the four-days duration of the conference, about 14 oral presentations will be performed. INFOS will take place from the 27th until the 30th of June at the Seminaris SeeHotel in Potsdam.
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