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June 8th, 2004

STMicroelectronics Designers and Engineers Selected to Present

STMicroelectronics today announced nine papers on a broad range of next-generation semiconductor technologies have been selected for presentation at 2004 Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits, June 15-19 in Honolulu, Hawaii. (Plus) A one-day Short Course will cover Emerging Nano-Electronic Technologies: Scaling MOSFETs to the Ultimate Limits and Beyond-MOSFET Approaches.


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