EIPBN Conference and registration links [Three Beams]
jwc at snf.stanford.edu
Fri Apr 7 15:05:44 PDT 2006
Users are encouraged to participate and attend this conference. Several
parallel plenary sessions covering everything from Ebeam Lithography to
NIL with lots of optical in between.
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EIPBN is the premier vehicle for early dissemination of high-impact/high
quality scientific information in the area patterning of materials at
dimensions approaching the atomic level and the applications thereof.
The conference brings together engineers and scientists from industry,
academia, and government from all over the world to discuss
cross-disciplinary research fusing
physical/chemical/biological/mathematical and general engineering
principles to solve the problems encountered by modern patterning
science and nanofabrication technology. This year's conference will be
held at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland
from May 30 to June 2, 2006.
The 50th EIPBN Conference has a very exciting technical program
covering topics of critical importance to the industry and your
research. Topical sessions are scheduled over the course of the
conference with outstanding invited and contributed presentations on the
latest developments in optical immersion lithography, EUV, e-beam, ion
beam and nanoimprint lithographies, lithographic materials and
processes, photon and charged particle optics, metrology and analysis,
simulation and modeling, micro- and nanofabrication techniques, and
applications in electronics, magnetics, photonics, MEMS and NEMS, as
well as biology and medicine.
The technical sessions have been arranged to give ample opportunity for
interaction with authors of contributed oral and poster presentations,
as well as with the exceptional invited speakers who highlight the
program. In addition, there will be plenty of time to mingle during the
reception on Tuesday evening, May 30 and at the banquet on Thursday
evening, June 1, as well as during the coffee breaks between sessions.
To mark the 50th EIPBN Conference, Lord Alec Broers, of Cambridge
University, will deliver the keynote plenary address. Lord Broers, is a
pioneer in lithographic patterning, whose seminal contributions to the
science and technology of electron beam lithography were reported at
Register by May 9th to obtain a discounted rate. We have a limited
number of Harbor View rooms available at the Baltimore Marriott
Waterfront Hotel at the conference rate of $145 single/double. Also, the
number of Banquet tickets is limited. Please visit our web site at:
http://www.eipbn.org to register as soon as possible. Highlights of
the conference are listed below; however, our web site has a complete
listing of the technical program, as well as further details on the
conference committees and hotel accommodations.
The 2006 conference will be held in Baltimore, Maryland, at the
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront . Set on the edge of the Inner Harbor, The
Balimore Marriott Waterside is just steps from the city's best dining,
entertainment, and cultural venues. You'll find the Baltimore National
Aquarium, Power Plant Live, ESPN Zone, Hard Rock Cafe, McCormick &
Schmick's, and The Cheesecake Factory within minutes of the hotel.
A special conference rate has been arranged for the weekends before and
after the conference, to accommodate EIPBN attendees and their guests.
We recommend that you consider combining this conference with a family
The EIPBN discounted room rate is $145.
The number of discounted rooms is limited, and these great prices are
available on a first-come-first-served basis. US Government employees
should call Marriott (1-800-468-3571) to obtain the government room rate.
Alec Broers (Cambridge University) "The Evolution of Technology"
Stefan Hell (Max Planck Institute) "Microscopy Below the Diffraction Limit"
George Bourianoff (Intel, SRC) - "Computing Devices After Moore's Law"
Tom Jackson (Penn State University) "Electronics Anywhere"
Erik Winfree (Caltech) "DNA Computing"
C. Black (IBM Research)
E. Dobisz (Hitachi Global Storage)
D. Fletcher (UC Berkeley)
M. Fukuda (Hirosaki University)
A. Grenville (Sematech)
D. Grier (NYU)
J. Hone (Columbia University)
D. Irvine (MIT)
T. Kortemme (University of San Francisco)
D. LaVan (Yale University)
R. Menon (MIT)
A. Scherer (Caltech)
M. Sheetz (Columbia University)
M. Shirai (Osaka Prefecture University)
R. Tromp (IBM Research)
G. Villaneuva (Centro Nacional de Microelectrónica)
W. Ward (ALIS Corp.)
S. Zauscher (Duke University)
Advanced Optical Lithography
Ion Beam Lithography
Inspection and Analysis
Modeling, Simulation and CAD
Applications of Electron Beam Lithography
Molecular Scale Electronics
Nanomedicine (All-invited session)
Commercial Session & Welcome Reception
Attend this very popular event where leading vendors are eager to show
their latest and greatest technology. The event begins at 12 noon and
continues into the evening when an informal welcome reception for all
registered attendees (extra tickets may be purchased for guests) will
begin and last until 10:00 pm in the commercial exhibit area rcial
As the EIPBN conference approaches, we hope that many of you are
preparing MicroGraphs to enter in this year's contest. For the 50th
EIPBN we will have a guest host for the Micrograph contest who will link
on www.eipbn.org for the details.
50th EIPBN Banquet
To mark the 50th EIPBN conference we will hold a special banquet dinner
on Thursday evening, June 1, at Pier 4, aboard the USS Constellation,
the last of the all-sail warships. Enjoy Baltimore's finest food, and
revel in the entertainment provided by pirates, jugglers, and magicians.
There will be special festivities to mark the 50th conference, along
with award presentations during the banquet. The celebration will
begin at 6:30 pm. Pier 4 is only a short walk from the Baltimore
Marriott Waterfront Hotel, which is located in the heart of the historic
Baltimore Inner Harbor district. The banquet will be highlighted by a
presentation by Felice Frankel, from MIT, on "The Design and Craft of
the Science Image." Plan to arrive early so that you will have plenty
of time to tour and experience the unique history of the USS
Constellation before the crowd arrives. There will be plenty of
opportunity to socialize with colleagues, renew old acquaintances
We look forward to seeing you in San Diego!
Shalom Wind and Shane Palmer
Texas Instruments / SEMATECH
2706 Montopolis Drive
Austin, TX 78741-6499
Phone: (512) 356-7579
Fax: (512) 356-3618
E-mail: spalmer at ti.com
Department of Applied Physics and Mathematics
Center for Electron Transport in Molecular Nanostructures
1020 Schapiro CEPSR
530 West 120th St., MC 8903
New York, NY 10027
Phone: (212) 854-5122
Fax: (212) 854-1909
E-mail: sw2128 at columbia.edu
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