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University of Oregon
ONAMI is pleased to be a sponsor of CMDS 2014, a four-day, July 13-16, conference that will bring together scientists from different fields and serves as a venue for exchanging ideas between theorists and experimentalists. CMDS 2014 is the seventh conference of a series started in 2002 and follows the meetings held in Berlin, Seoul, Madison, Rigi-Kulm, Kyoto, and Minneapolis. CMDS has become the premier event for researchers developing and applying state-of-the-art multidimensional optical, infrared, and THz spectroscopic methods to address problems in chemistry, biology, physics, and material science.
Learn more and register at conference website.
Andrew H. Marcus, Chair CMDS 2014
Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Oregon Center for Optics
Institute of Molecular Biology, University of Oregon
New Memory Technology
7:30 AM-11:00 AM
Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR
SEMI Pacific Northwest Chapter invites you to join the industry experts for the discussion of New Memory, Current and Future Challenges, & Opportunities and Implications on the Supply Chain.
As memory devices are hitting the scaling limits, paradigm shifts in Memory Technology and Architecture ranging from planar NAND to 3D NAND and DRAM to STT-RAM or MRAM or architectural changes such as the Hybrid Memory Cube are occurring. The alternatives have the potential to change the whole dynamics of the volatile and non-volatile memory markets, processes, equipment and material requirements.
SEMI Pacific Northwest Breakfast Forum is a great opportunity to network with your colleagues and meet other local industry executives.
Register and learn more at: http://www.semi.org/en/node/48636
Dr Stephen Skinner
Reader in Materials Chemistry, Imperial College London
Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa
Bonita Springs, Florida
Early Bird - 24/JAN/14
Talk Sumission - 31/JAN/14
Poster Submission - 12/MAY/14
Last Chance - 16/MAY/14
Oxide thin films are finding applications in a wide range of energy technologies, from ion conductors through photovoltaics and thermoelectrics to dielectrics and capacitors. Each of these energy technologies requires a thorough understanding of the materials chemistry of the oxide film and its interactions with the environment, substrate etc. Whilst in each technology area there may be materials differences, much of the materials chemistry optimisation may be common. For example, common families of oxides are employed, ABO3 perovskites in particular, and in this there are areas where discussion between user communities can prove mutually beneficial. It is the purpose of this meeting to foster an exchange of ideas between the relevant energy themes with the overall aim of provoking extensive discussion of the advances that materials chemistry can make in thin film energy applications.
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