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AVS Announces 7th International Conference on Microelectronics and
Interfaces March 6-8, 2006, at Omni Austin-Downtown, Austin, TX
Co-sponsored by SEMATECH and the Advanced Materials Research Center
New York and Austin, TX (Sept. 23, 2005) - The International Conference
on Microelectronics and Interfaces 2006 (ICMI '06) is continuing its
mission to provide a unique opportunity for industrial, government, and
academics scientists and engineers working in the areas of
microelectronics devices, processing, and process integration to gather
and exchange ideas regarding the challenges of nanodevice fabrication.
The format of ICMI '06 will consist of one track of oral presentations
and a poster session each day. Participant interactions will be
facilitated through daily hosted poster sessions, breaks, and lunches.
Abstracts (up to three pages) on the topical areas listed above are due
by January 20, 2006.
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