We are announcing the Heterogeneous Integration Webinar Series. The series is based upon the content of the 2019 HIR edition. The webinars will be delivered by the authors of the individual roadmap chapters. The primary purposes are to broaden the proliferation of the roadmap content to the profession and industry and to seek feedback from the roadmap users for inclusion into the 2020 edition. Watch for the invitation or visit the EPS website for schedule details and instructions about how to register. The first webinar in the series is:
Title: Heterogeneous Integration Roadmap Driving Force and Enabling Technology for System of the Future
Date: May 6, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM EDT - Register Here
Time: 8:00 PM EDT - Register Here
Presenters: Dr. Bill Chen and Dr. Bill Bottoms
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The Heterogeneous Integration Roadmap (HIR) provides a long term vision for the electronics industry, identifying difficult future challenges and potential solutions. The roadmap offers professionals, industry, academia, and research institutes a comprehensive view of the landscape and strategic technology requirements for the electronics industry evolution for the next 15 years, and a 25 years vision for the heterogeneous integration of emerging devices and emerging materials with longer research and development timelines. The purpose is to stimulate pre-competitive collaboration and thereby accelerate the pace of progress.
The HIR is designed to be a system application – driven roadmap, blending the duality of market pull and technology push across the entire electronics ecosystem. The 23 chapters, including the Executive Summary includes market application drivers, building blocks of electronics systems, cross cutting technology areas, and integration technologies, represent the interacting complexities of the electronics industry. This webinar will give an introduction of the Heterogeneous Integration Roadmap. We shall highlight a few of the examples from the chapters and give perspectives of how the roadmap may be used by the profession.