Oxford Instruments announces ‘Nanoscale Plasma Processing Seminars’ in Beijing and Taiwan
10 April 2013
Continuing on from the success of their previous program of Chinese Seminars which have attracted over 200 participants, Oxford Instruments, leaders in the manufacture of plasma etch and deposition systems, will be holding two additional one day Seminars in Asia focussing on Nanoscale Plasma Processing. These events are being held on the 14th May (Beijing, China) and 16th May (ITRI, Hsinchu, Taiwan), and will feature talks by a number of invited guest speakers, specialists from China, Taiwan and Europe, in addition to Process and Applications experts from Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology.
These academic and industrial experts will discuss topics including Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD), Photovoltaics (PV), Deep Silicon Etch, Power Devices, HBLED and Ion Beam technologies during the full one day programme.
Prof. Yang Fuhua, Institute of Semiconductors, CAS, Beijing is very pleased to be involved with the Beijing seminar, “We hosted a similar event with Oxford Instruments two years ago and it was a great success with attendance of over 100 people. The content was excellent with very informative talks from a diverse range of speakers. The events are a great means of finding out about new techniques in an informal setting, with plenty of time to speak to the experts!”
Jeffrey Seah, Asia Business Manager for Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology, who will open the Seminar comments: “We are anticipating a large audience at these Seminars in China and Taiwan, and are extremely honoured that so many distinguished speakers have accepted our invitation to speak about their work in Plasma Processing. Our Seminars are a great opportunity for the Plasma Processing community to come together, to share their experiences, and to learn more from leading international experts in their field.”
Based on the success of their previous Seminars in Beijing and Shanghai, Oxford Instruments anticipates a very high level of interest from both academic and production participants, attracted by such an interesting programme and prestigious speakers.
The event is free to attend, but booking is essential via firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com (Beijing seminar) or Maggie.firstname.lastname@example.org (ITRI, Taiwan seminar)