Online information source for semiconductor professionals

‚??Green Electronics‚?Ě push for ISSCC‚??s event

25 January 2008 | By Síle Mc Mahon | News > EHS

Popular articles

New Product: Applied Materials new EUV reticle etch system provides nanometer-level accuracy - 19 September 2011

Oberai discusses Magma’s move into solar PV yield management space - 29 August 2008

‚??Velocity‚?? the new buzzword in Intel‚??s PQS annual awards - 12 April 2012

Applied Materials adds Jim Rogers to Board of Directors - 29 April 2008

New Product: ASML Brion‚??s Tachyon MB-SRAF enables OPC-like compute times - 19 September 2011

ISSCCA special evening discussion hosted by the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) will see “green” electronics manufacturing issues at the fore. Taking place in the San Francisco Marriott Hotel on February 3rd, the event will be co-chaired by AMI Semiconductor’s Jan Sevenhans and Infineon’s Rudolf Koch.

With a general topic for the evening of “Green Electronics: Environmental Impacts, Power and Ewaste,” the event promises a thorough overview of the various facets of remaining environmentally conscious in the electronics industry.

Speakers will each present a 10 to 15 minute talk on being environmentally aware within their respective areas of expertise, and include representatives from IMEC, Greenpeace, MIT and Amkor. Further information on the event is available here.

By Síle Mc Mahon


Related articles

TSMC hosts 2008 Green Forum on ‚??green‚?? factories - 31 October 2008

How green is your fab? - 01 September 2006

Picarro adds to sales and marketing teams - 10 June 2008

SEMI presents RUSNANO CEO as key speaker at ISS Europe event - 13 January 2009

Intel to become biggest user of renewable energy in the U.S. - 28 January 2008

Reader comments

No comments yet!

Post your comment

Please enter the word you see in the image below: