There’s a strange little high-rise hotel called the Biltmore in the center of Silicon Valley at the intersection of the Montague Expressway and Highway 101. It’s going to be the site of this year’s “Roadmaps for Multi Die Integration” conference on November 14 and if you are or will be involved in any aspect of 3D IC design, assembly, and packaging then you need to figure out how you can plant your tuchas on a chair at this event.
There are several important sessions at this conference including:
- “A Multi-Die Integration Strategies Session” led by Pat Tang of STATSChipPAC.
- A session on “Enabling Multi Die Integration” led by Kumar Nagarajan of Xilinx
- A session on “Emerging Technologies for Multi-Die Packaging” led by John Xie of Altera
- A panel on “Drivers for Multi-Die Packaging” led by Ivor Barber of LSI Corp and Rich Rice of ASE
The keynote by Anwar Mohammed of Huawei Technologies looks to be just as interesting: “The Promises and Pitfalls of 2.5D Packaging…A User Perspective.”
That’s a lot for one day.
Registration for MEPTEC members is $475 and it’s $575 for non-members.
More info here.
Registration is here.