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CS International Conference 2016
1 March, 2016 - 2 March, 2016
Connecting, Informing and Inspiring the Compound Semiconductor Industry
Following a succesful CS International Conference 2015 in Frankfurt, Germany, the sixth CS International Conference 2016 will build on the success of its predecessors, with industry-leading insiders delivering more than 30 presentations spanning five sectors.
Together, these talks will detail breakthroughs in device technology; offer insights into the current status and the evolution of compound semiconductor devices; and provide details of advances in tools and processes that will help to drive up fab yields and throughputs.
CS International Conference 2016: Status of the CS Industry
Attendees at this two-day conference will gain an up-to-date overview of the status of the CS industry, and have many opportunities to meet many other key players within this community.
The presentations will be grouped into five key themes which collectively provide complete coverage of the compound semiconductor industry:
1) The quest for 5G
What challenges will GaAs and CMOS power amplifiers face in making the transition from 4G to 5G? And will faster data links play into the hands of GaN-based amplifiers for base stations?
2) Driving deployment of wide bandgap power devices
Is SiC set to displace silicon in electric cars? And how will this material help to revolutionise the efficiency and operation of electrical grids?
3) Exploiting opportunities for LEDs and lasers
Can LED bulbs meet the most demanding lighting applications, such as those found in the retail sector? And what are the opportunities for infrared and ultra-violet LEDs?
4) Making heterogeneous integration a hit
III-V channels are poised to make an introduction in next-generation logic circuits. But how will they be introduced, and what impact will they have?
5) Capturing light, generating cash
What is needed to kick-start significant deployment of concentrating photovoltaic technology? And what are the opportunities for III-V detectors operating in the infrared?
Each of the topics will be covered by various interesting presentations by key speakers from the CS Industry!