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08:00-12:00 PST
UPM 2022 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
The annual conference will be held from the 28th – 30th of September 2022. Please submit your abstract via this form by May 23rd 2022, at 11:59PM PST. Please find extended information about the conference theme, as well as what makes a successful submission, here.  
  
In 2022, the scale of construction for manufacturing facilities is unprecedented. The next generation of fabs are not only huge in terms of footprint, but are also extremely complex, with EUV tools and 3D geometries included for the first time. The management of these facilities will be demanding, presenting a new scale of industry challenges. 

As all facilities accelerate production to address the chip shortage, how can the industry find new and revolutionary ways to meet the needs of new fabs and to accelerate the time to market? A new business environment is required to address challenges surrounding the design, build, and magnitude of advanced facilities, whilst continuing to tackle the complexity of advanced devices. Moving forward, facility owners will need to address enormous energy needs, increased water use, increased chemicals, whilst also recovering from the stress of the supply chain caused by the pandemic. Methods used to manage legacy fabs in the past will no longer be enough. It is more important than ever that the sector collaborates to create a seamless and sustainable future for the industry. 
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08:00-12:00 PST
UPM 2022 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
The annual conference will be held from the 28th – 30th of September 2022. Please submit your abstract via this form by May 23rd 2022, at 11:59PM PST. Please find extended information about the conference theme, as well as what makes a successful submission, here.  
  
In 2022, the scale of construction for manufacturing facilities is unprecedented. The next generation of fabs are not only huge in terms of footprint, but are also extremely complex, with EUV tools and 3D geometries included for the first time. The management of these facilities will be demanding, presenting a new scale of industry challenges. 

As all facilities accelerate production to address the chip shortage, how can the industry find new and revolutionary ways to meet the needs of new fabs and to accelerate the time to market? A new business environment is required to address challenges surrounding the design, build, and magnitude of advanced facilities, whilst continuing to tackle the complexity of advanced devices. Moving forward, facility owners will need to address enormous energy needs, increased water use, increased chemicals, whilst also recovering from the stress of the supply chain caused by the pandemic. Methods used to manage legacy fabs in the past will no longer be enough. It is more important than ever that the sector collaborates to create a seamless and sustainable future for the industry. 
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08:00-12:00 PST
UPM 2022 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
The annual conference will be held from the 28th – 30th of September 2022. Please submit your abstract via this form by May 23rd 2022, at 11:59PM PST. Please find extended information about the conference theme, as well as what makes a successful submission, here.  
  
In 2022, the scale of construction for manufacturing facilities is unprecedented. The next generation of fabs are not only huge in terms of footprint, but are also extremely complex, with EUV tools and 3D geometries included for the first time. The management of these facilities will be demanding, presenting a new scale of industry challenges. 

As all facilities accelerate production to address the chip shortage, how can the industry find new and revolutionary ways to meet the needs of new fabs and to accelerate the time to market? A new business environment is required to address challenges surrounding the design, build, and magnitude of advanced facilities, whilst continuing to tackle the complexity of advanced devices. Moving forward, facility owners will need to address enormous energy needs, increased water use, increased chemicals, whilst also recovering from the stress of the supply chain caused by the pandemic. Methods used to manage legacy fabs in the past will no longer be enough. It is more important than ever that the sector collaborates to create a seamless and sustainable future for the industry. 
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Deconstructing the Challenges of Facility 2.0: Device Complexity Drives Facility Complexity
The growing number and complexity of semiconductor devices is accelerating advanced chip demand. Consequently, semiconductor facility complexity is also increasing exponentially. How does the production of new devices affect downstream processes in comparison to the previous generation of technology? What are the difficulties in constructing these new facilities, in conjunction with labour and material shortages? What are the new purity specifications for systems in advanced manufacturing sites? How can the industry design, construct and operate systems for facilities requiring huge new volumes of gases and chemicals?

This UPM Community Event will feature expert insights explaining the new device production drivers and their real impact on design, construction, and operation of liquid and gas systems.

Speakers:
Dan Wilcox, Principal - Director Process Engineering, Page [MODERATOR]
Nabil Mistkawi, Senior Staff Engineer/Technologist, Samsung Austin Semiconductor
Brandon Ekberg, Principal, Farnsworth Group
Danny Zhu, Project Manager - Gas and Chemical Systems, Samsung Austin Semiconductor
Anthony Jeffers, Director of Project Development, Hensel Phelps



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Forthcoming events
Thursday December 15 2022 08:00-09:00 PT

The Microelectronics Industry of 2023: A drive towards sustainability, reuse, and growth in water-related spending

UPM event
The upcoming UPM Community Event will present a webinar containing analysis of water-related capital expenditure, ambitious end-user sustainability goals, and technologies for reuse in the microelectronics industry:

  • The semiconductor construction boom - as well as speculation about an industry downturn - has dominated news coverage of the industry - but how do these market dynamics affect water-related capital expenditure?
  • Sustainability is an increasingly important driving force behind water spending in the industry. How can we begin to analyze and compare the different approaches used by chipmakers for reporting water usage and devising sustainability goals?
  • While semiconductor fabs continue to tackle challenging wastewater streams, there are opportunities for innovative solutions to meet treatment targets and accelerate sustainability efforts. Which technologies can take water reuse to the next level?

Speakers:
- Charlotte Oakes, Technology Editor, Global Water Intelligence
- Orla McCoy, UPM Community Manager, Global Water Intelligence