For the 2014 event we will be focusing on seven themes. We believe these seven themes will provide the most complete coverage of the compound semiconductor industry.
- FRONT-ENDS FOR MOBILE DEVICES »
Handset front-ends are becoming more complex, due to an ever-increasing number of bands used for mobile communication. Will this trend play into the hands of GaAs chipmakers? Or is silicon CMOS technology going to grab market share?
- WIDE BANDGAP RF DEVICES »
GaN and SiC have a great set of attributes that make them very promising materials for producing RF devices. But are they now fulfilling their potential and netting substantial sales?
- LEDs »
LEDs are the dominant source for backlighting screens of all size. So, to penetrate new markets and grow revenues, can chipmakers now trim the cost-per-lumen of the LED or equip the device with additional features?
- SOLAR »
Triple-junction solar cell efficiencies are increasing steadily. Will this help to spur rapid growth in the concentrating photovoltaic sector, or will it be more valued by those requiring a power source for satellites?
- LASERS AND PICs »
Rocketing levels of internet traffic are putting greater and greater strain on optical networks and data centres. Can this be addressed by advancing the performance of conventional lasers, or does the market need to turn to greater use of PICs?
- POWER ELECTRONICS »
Silicon has dominated the power electronic market for decades, but wide bandgap semiconductors will soon replace this material. What’s the primary role for SiC, and where will GaN feature?
- INTEGRATION OF CMOS AND III-Vs »
Silicon is running out of steam, and the future is widely tipped to be high-mobility channels made from germanium and III-Vs. But how will these materials be introduced in the world’s leading silicon foundries?
Registration is open for the 4th CS International conference in Germany.
Tuesday 18th & Wednesday 19th March 2014.
Places are limited so make sure you book your place to attend CS International, before it is too late.
CS International 2013 was a
resounding success attracting a record number of sponsors and delegates.
The 2014 event will be bigger and better. Make sure your company gets a sponsorship place now.
The earlier you book, the more exposure we can give you.
The industry will recognise the success and development along the entire value chain of the compound semiconductor sector from research to completed device, focusing on the people, processes and products that drive the industry forward through the CS Industry Awards.
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