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June 14th, 2006

SEMI NanoForum(TM) 2006 Scheduled for 10/31- 11/02

Abstract:
SEMI today announced details for the third annual SEMI NanoForum, scheduled for October 31-November 2,
2006 at the Marriott in San Jose, California. Pre-conference events, including SEMI Nano University (Nano U) and the SEMI/IEEE Nano Standards Workshop will be held October 31, with the executive conference November 1-2.

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