40th Anniversary Program on November 13
The past, present, and future on dry process
International Symposium on Dry Process (DPS2018) will be held at Nagoya University, Nagoya in Japan, on November 13 to 15, 2018. The Symposium covers all aspects of the rapidly evolving fields of dry processes, including but not limited to plasma etching and deposition processes, diagnostics and modeling of plasmas and surfaces, and surface modifications by plasmas. The DPS has provided valuable forums for in-depth discussion among professionals and students working in this exciting field.
Plenary talks on Nov. 13 Tuesday AFTERNOON
|Atsuyoshi Koike (SanDisk and Western Digital Technologies, Inc., Japan)
Tentative Title "Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing – Intelligent Fab Systems and Smart Equipment"
|Richard van de Sanden (Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research(DIFFER) / The
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherland)
Tentative Title "Renewable energy driven non-equilibrium chemistry: plasma chemistry as the special case"
|Hitoshi Wakabayashi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Tentative Title "Benchmark on Advanced Logic Devices and Predictive Discussion on Future LSIs"
|Kanako Harada (JST/The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Tentative Title "Bionic Humanoids: current research and future vision"
|Takayuki Morikawa (Nagoya University, Japan)
Tentative Title "Mobility Services with Autonomous Cars in Nagoya University COI Project"
Challenges in industrial revolution (e.g. IoT, Energy, big data, artificial intelligence (AI), Mobility, Medicine, Robot, and the sharing economy) into social life.
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