EIPBN call for papers

James Conway jwc at snf.stanford.edu
Thu Dec 1 13:06:19 PST 2005


This is a great conference for EBeam and NIL topics.

You are encouraged to submit abstracts of your work.

James Conway




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Subject: 	EIPBN call for papers
Date: 	Thu, 01 Dec 2005 13:56:26 -0500
From: 	EIPBN <eipbn at us.ibm.com>
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eipbn2006


Dear Colleague,

This is the 2nd call for papers for the 50th EIPBN!   I hope
that you are getting your abstract ready which will be due in a little
over a month from now.   The EIPBN (aka 3-Beams) Conference will achieve
the 50th milestone this year!  Shalom Wind and I are honored to serve as
the Program and Conference Chairs, respectively, and would like to
invite you to come and help us celebrate this wonderful occasion.  It
will be marked by some very special guests, lecturers, and of course,
festivities with a unique banquet that will be held on a pier in the
Inner Harbor of Baltimore, Maryland.

Please mark your calendar for the dates between May 30th and June 2 of
2006.    Again, abstracts for papers will be due on Friday, January 6th,
2006.   Details of the conference and call for papers and be found below
or in the tri-fold PDF printable attachment.  We look forward to seeing
you in Baltimore!

Sincerely,

Shane Palmer and Shalom Wind


eipbn


Conference Dates:        May 30th - June 2nd, 2006

Conference Background

The EIPBN Conference will hit the 50th milestone in 2006 and has
consistently been recognized as the foremost international meeting
dedicated to lithographic science and process technology and its
application to micro and nanofabrication techniques.  The conference
brings together engineers and scientists from industries and
universities from all over the world to discuss recent progress and
future trends.

The EIPBN conference is incorporated as a nonprofit organization in the
state of New Jersey and is co-sponsored by the American Vacuum Society
(www.avs.org), in cooperation with the IEEE Electron Devices Society and
the Optical Society of America.  It is organized by a steering committee
that elects two new members each year.

The conference opens on Tuesday afternoon, May 30th, with a special
commercial session which features vendors of materials and equipment
relevant to this conference. The plenary session begins Wednesday
morning.  The remainder of the conference is organized in two or three
parallel sessions.  The length of presentation is 30 minutes for invited
papers and 20 minutes for contributed papers, discussion time included.
 
 A special feature of the technical program is the poster session that
includes invited and contributed papers.  There is only one poster
session, but posters will be displayed for informal viewing throughout
the entire conference.  No distinction is made between the importance of
poster and oral presentations.

Technical Scope

Abstracts representing high quality original research are invited in the
following areas:

   * DUV, immersion, EUV and X-ray lithography
   * Electron and ion beam lithography
   * Sub-half wavelength "super resolution" optical lithography
   * Photon- and charged-particle optics
   * Metrology and alignment
   * Resists and resist processing
   * Plasma etching and deposition
   * Nanofabrication techniques 

Topics in nanofabrication and emerging technologies include:

   * Molecular electronic devices
   * Carbon nanotube and nanowire processing and applications
   * Bio-nanotechnology & hybrid bio/solid state devices
   * Nanostructures for energy applications
   * MEMS and NEMS
   * Nanoimprint lithography and embossing
   * Atom and molecule manipulation
   * Simulation & Computer Aided Design for the nanoscale era

Abstract Submission

The quality of the abstracts will form the basis for selection of papers
for the conference and will be peer reviewed according to the following
criteria:

* Originality of work
* Specific results achieved and described
* Potential impact and interest to attendees

Abstracts should be submitted to:

EIPBN 2006
16220 South Frederick Ave., Suite 312
Gaithersburg, MD  20877

Please ensure that the presenting author's name is underlined in the
author list.  Abstracts are limited to one page of text (12 point or
larger type) and a second, optional page with up to four figures.
Include 4-5 keywords at the foot of the abstract. Use halftones for
micrographs, as the abstracts will be reproduced directly for the
program book.  Faxed and e-mailed abstracts are not acceptable.
Abstracts (original and 30 copies) are due by January 6, 2006 along with
the full address including e-mail of the corresponding author.

Abstract deadline: January 6, 2006

Late submissions may be considered but only if they report truly
outstanding results.  Please prepare abstracts carefully and describe
accomplishments specifically.  Authors will be notified of acceptance by
April 14, 2006.  Earlier notification will be provided to those authors
providing an e-mail address.

Conference Registration

The 50th EIPBN Conference will be a special event with numerous
distinguished visitors and speakers and, of course, a unique banquet for
our 50th celebration.  Please don't miss the fun!   We strongly
encourage you to register on line by using our website www.eipbn.org
Early registration and special student rates are available. The online
registration system will be open in early 2006.

Conference Location

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
700 Aliceanna Street
Baltimore, MD  21202

Phone: 1 410-385-3000
Fax:     1 410-385-0330
Web:            www.marriotthotels.com/BWIWF

Conference Site and Area Attractions

Please join us in celebrating the 50th EIPBN conference that will be
held in Baltimore, Maryland at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront.  This
hotel is located in the heart of the historic Baltimore Inner Harbor
district where you will find activities to suit everyone's tastes.  The
area offers excellent food, art, music entertainment, fine arts, sports
activities, and world-class shopping.  Take a stroll along the harbor
and visit the outstanding shops and art stores, stop and tour the USS
Constellation which is the last of the all-sail warships, the Museum of
Science and Industry, and the renowned National Aquarium.  Hop the clean
subway and visit the fine Baltimore Museum of Art or the renowned campus
of William and Mary.  Fort McHenry is a wonderful cruise away where you
can discover the profound history that inspired Francis Scott Key's
"Star Spangled Banner".  Or you can use the convenient water taxi to
glide to over 35 Baltimore attractions and famous sites.   Come and
enjoy the phenomenal dining on seafood and ethnic food (Little Italy)
that this area has to offer.  But most of all don't miss the special
events that we have planned to celebrate the 50th!      

Conference Chairman

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

Program Chairman

Shalom Wind
Department of Applied Physics and Mathematics
Center for Electron Transport in Molecular Nanostructures
Columbia University
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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