Published on: 06-7-2022

3D Integration of Micro Components

This event focuses on 3D integration of micro components from an industry, user and machine maker’s  perspective.

What opportunities does this entail for Small and Medium Enterprises?

Learn about the directions, applications and challenges and discuss with other participants.

You are welcome from 12.30 h. The programme starts at 13.00 h.

Programme overview

 APPLICATION DOMAINS
 13.00 Heterogeneous integration at NXP
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Jan Gülpen
Back End Innovation at NXP
Application and Integration of (CMUT) Ultrasound
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Johan Klootwijk
Team Lead at Philips Research
Unfolding Fashion Tech: micro components in garments
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Marina Toeters
Fashion tech designer @by-wire.net, co-owner of the Fashion Tech Farm
Semiconductor trends in lighting industry
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Patrick van den Heuvel
R&D Manager at Signify
   
  14.00 Break
 
 MACHINE, TECHNOLOGY PERSPECTIVE AND METROLOGY DOMAINS
  14.15 Backend lithography challenges for more than Moore devices
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Jeroen de Boeij
System architect at Kulicke & Soffa
How laser is enabling the semiconductor roadmap
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Jeroen van Borkulo
Head of Business & Marketing at ASM Laser Separation International
The use of integrated photonics for precision sensing
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Pim Kat
Chief Executive Officer at Amazec Photonics
Perspectives on emerging and disruptive technologies for microelectronics
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Marcel Grooten
Managing Director at DoMicro
Assembly of a Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave LIDAR system
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Peter Harmsma
Scientist at TNO
  15.30 Break
  15.45 Breakout sessions
  16.30 Wrap-up
  17.00 Networking drinks

Practical details

Date:
Thursday, 15 September 2022
Time:
Check-in:       12.30h
Programme: 13.00-17.30h
 Location:
Igluu Eindhoven
Lichttoren 32
5611 BJ Eindhoven
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This event is an initiative of the HTSM Roadmap Semiconductor Equipment team, in cooperation with High Tech NL/Holland Semiconductors.

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