14 - 17 November 2023 | Sapporo, Japan
36th International Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference
Keynote by Dr. Sri Samavedam
Technologies that will propel compute systems scaling in the next decade
Compute system performance relies on innovations beyond pure technology scaling. Transistor density in chips continues to follow Moore’s law leveraging heterogenous integration, but the node to node performance improvements have slowed down. Memory and power walls limit compute system performance. Future compute systems will increasingly rely on new device architectures and system technology co-optimization to realize benefits beyond density scaling of compute, connect and store technologies. This talk will highlight technology innovations in logic, memory and 3D integration that will enable continued compute systems scaling. With increasing carbon footprint of semiconductor flows and the anticipated industry growth, we need urgent collective action to improve sustainability of semiconductor manufacturing.
Microprocesses and Nanotechnology play an important role of technical backbone for constructing the advanced information communications society with ubiquitous net works of the 21st century.
The MNC conference is now in its 36th year and is intended to provide a forum for discussing lithography science and process technology using photon, electron, ion, other energetic particles and nanomaterials. This conference covers not only their applications to micro-and nano-structure fabrication and related physics and devices, but also their fusion applications with other fields like bio, medical information, and communication technology.