Industry Leaders Fill Key Conference Program
This year's Key Conference will take place on 13-14 November in San Antonio, TX, as part of Compound Semiconductor Week 2006.
The event, which is focused on critical trends, strategies and new applications in compound semiconductors, features five sessions, comprising 24 invited speakers hailing from the industry's most influential and innovative companies.
Those include Jeff Shealy, the head of wireless infrastructure at RF Micro Devices, Cree's executive director John Palmour, JDSU's head of high-power laser marketing Toby Strite and Karl Johnson from Freescale. The full conference agenda can be viewed here.
Session topics for 2006 are as follows:
• III-V silicon convergence "“ featuring Freescale, IMEC, Sematech, IBM and Massachusetts Institute of Technology
• New directions in photonics: solar cells "“ featuring Spectrolab, Emcore and Ohio State University
• New directions in photonics: lasers "“ featuring JDSU, Sony, Infinera, OIDA
• SiC power devices "“ featuring Cree, SemiSouth Laboratories, Infineon, MicroSemi and NRL
• III-N device and materials strategies "“ featuring Sensor Electronic Technology, RFMD, Group4 Laboratories, Cermet and Kyma Technologies
The Key Conference will also feature analyst presentations on critical market developments, and contributions from the venture capital investor community.
Event registration details for both the Key Conference and other Compound Semiconductor Week 2006 events can be viewed here, along with all payment details.
This year, a Gold Pass that allows attendees to "access all areas" is also available. All Compound Semiconductor Week 2006 events take place at the Henry B Gonzalez Conference Center in downtown San Antonio, TX. Reservations for the conference hotel at a discounted rate can be made here.