The EIPBN Conference is dedicated to lithographic patterning science, nanomanufacturing process technology, and the applications these methods enable. For 60 years, and 61 meetings the conference has brought together engineers and scientists from industries and universities from all over the world to report on and discuss recent progress and future trends.
State-of-the Art Nanofabrication – Fundamentals and Advanced Applications
Tuesday, May 30th from 8:30 am to 3:30pm with a break for lunch.
EIPBN will offer a short course this year on State-of-the Art Nanofabrication – Fundamentals and Advanced Applications. This course is intended to bring researchers new to the field of nanofabrication up to speed on the fundamentals of techniques such as thin film deposition and etching, lithography and characterization. A detailed discussion of advanced applications of complex nanofabrication will also be presented.
Short Courses Chairs: Dr Aaron Stein BNL and Dr Erika Penzo LBNL
Short Courses Instructors
Philip Rack, University of Tennessee (Beam induced Techniques)
Adam Schwartzberg, LBNL (Atomic Layer Processes)
Wei Wu, USC (Nanoimprint Lithography)
Shalom Wind, Columbia University (Nanofabrication for Biology and Nano-medicine)
Greg Doerk, BNL (Directed Self-assembly)
Best Poster Awards
During the poster session that includes invited and contributed papers will be displayed. A series of “Best Poster Awards” will be judged and awarded: “Best Poster”, “Best Invited Poster”and “Best Student Presentation.”
Poster Session and Award Chair: Dr Shida Tan Intel
Best EIPBN 2017 Start-up Award
Enroll during the Abstract Submission Process
A special “Start-up Showcase” session will allow start-up companies the chance to display in a poster or short oral talk their activities. A “Best EIPBN 2017 Start-up Award” will be judged and awarded.
Start-up@EIPBN Chair: Dr Stefano Cabrini LBNL
WIN: Women In Nanofabrication
A session dedicate to the role of Women in the nanofabrication field