In collaboration with COST action HERALD, Eindhoven University will host the 2nd Area Selective Deposition workshop (ASD 2017), which will be held on April 20-21, 2017. The aim of this workshop is to bring together leading scientists and engineers from both academia and industry, to discuss the fundamentals of area selective deposition, as well as its applications.
Similar to last year’s successful workshop at IMEC, ASD 2017 will consist of one day of presentations and discussions. This scientific program will take place on April 21 in the city center of Eindhoven (90 minutes from Amsterdam), and will be preceded by a welcome reception at Eindhoven University on April 20.
In addition to several invited presentations, this year’s program will include a few contributed presentations to feature recent developments in the field. The topics for these presentations will be selected based on abstracts received. Furthermore, there will be a poster session covering work related to nucleation, selective deposition, and nanopatterning. The abstract deadline is February 21. Note that this deadline is relatively tight.
The ASD Program Committee is looking forward to your attendance:
- Scott Clendenning (Intel Corporation)
- Annelies Delabie (IMEC)
- Dennis Hausmann (LAM Research)
- Rami Hourani (Intel Corporation)
- Greg Parsons (North Carolina State University)
- Adrie Mackus (Eindhoven University of Technology)
- Abstract submission opens: January 13, 2017
- Abstract submission deadline: February 21, 2017
- Author notification: March 1, 2017
- Registration closes: April 12, 2017
- ASD 2017 – welcome reception: April 20, 2017 – 5pm
- ASD 2017 – scientific program: April 21, 2017
Participation is free, but registration for the scientific program and the welcome reception is mandatory.
To register, please use this form. Registration is open until April 12, 2017.
Local organizing committee & sponsors
The workshop is organized by Eindhoven University of Technology:
- Jeanne Loonen
- Erwin Kessels
- Martijn Vos
- Alfredo Mameli
- Adrie Mackus
Both the opening reception and the scientific program take place within walking distance from the city center of Eindhoven.
Reaching Eindhoven by plane:
It is possible to fly directly to Eindhoven Airport (EIN) from many European cities. From Eindhoven Airport, direct bus services 400 and 401 operate to Eindhoven Central Station (journey time about 20 minutes). You will need to buy your ticket from the machine before boarding the bus (approx. €3.50 for a single journey). If you can’t fly directly to Eindhoven Airport, you can fly to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS). From there you can reach Eindhoven Central Station by train in about an hour and a half.
Travel to Eindhoven University
The opening reception on April 20 will take place at Eindhoven University of Technology, which is a 15 minutes walk from the center. The exact location and route will be announced soon.
Travel to workshop venue
The scientific program of April 21 will take place in a venue close to the city center. The exact location and route will be announced soon.
April 20 (5pm – 9pm):
Location: TU Eindhoven
- Welcome reception
- Lab tour
April 21 (8am – 8pm):
Location: Eindhoven, venue to be announced
- Invited talks from academia & industry.
So far the following speakers have been confirmed:
- Stacey Bent (Stanford University)
- John Abelson (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
- Rong Chen (Huazhong University)
- Younghee Lee (University of Colorado at Boulder)
- Poster session covering nucleation, selective deposition, and nanopatterning
- Panel discussion
- Coffee breaks, lunch & drinks