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SEMICON West 2016

Academic and technical experts from SUNY Polytechnic Institute, AIM Photonics, NY-PEMC and U.S. PVMC delivered presentations at SEMICON West and Solar 2016 at Intersolar North America, leading industry conferences held in San Francisco, CA from July 11-14.

SUNY Polytechnic Institute was also be featured at booth 6378. 

Monday, July 11

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3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

InterContinental San Francisco Hotel
Ballroom C

How the Convergence of Energy, Data Analytics, and IoT will Change the Solar Market

Moderated by:
Pradeep Haldar

Chief Technology and Operating Officer, U.S. PVMC

SUNY Poly, DOE leaders discuss
solar energy's digital future
at InterSolar North America 

Tuesday, July 12

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11:00 - 11:20 a.m.

TechXPOT North, Moscone North

Packaging Photonics for Speed & Bandwidth

Michael Liehr
CEO, AIM Photonics

(Video) SUNY Poly, Cisco,
University of Rochester Medical Center
AIM Photonics partners discuss
opportunities at SEMICON West

Wednesday, July 13

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2:00 - 2:25 p.m.

Moscone North, Hall E, Room 133

The Status of the New York Power Electronics Consortium

Paul Farrar
GM, Global 450mm Consortium (G450C); VP for Manufacturing Innovation, GM, PEMC; Vice President for Manufacturing Innovation, SUNY Polytechnic Institute


(Video) SUNY Poly, GE leaders discuss
NY Power Electronics Manufacturing
Consortium Updates and Progress
at SEMICON West (7/13/16)

Thursday, July 14

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10:50 - 11:10 a.m.

Tech XPOT North, Moscone North Hall,
Room 132

CMP’s Transition to 450mm Manufacturing

Christopher Borst
Associate Vice President for G450C Technical Operations; Associate Professor of Nanoengineering

(Video) SUNY Poly's Dr. Chris Borst
Details Current and Future
CMP Opportunities at
SEMICON West 2016 (7/14/16)

1:45 - 2:05 p.m.

Moscone North Hall, Room 132

AIM Photonics solutions to CMP challenges with Integrated Si Photonics chips

Frank Tolic
Chief Marketing Officer, AIM Photonics
Associate Vice President for Business, Wafer Processing

(Video) SUNY Poly's Frank Tolic
Discusses the SUNY Poly-led
AIM Photonics Initiative at
SEMICON West 2016 (7/14/16)