2013 Applied Materials Analyst Meeting & SEMICON West Activities

Cutting-edge technology advancements in the semiconductor and display equipment manufacturing industries increasingly are being driven by mobility. The rapid growth in smartphones and tablets has propelled manufacturers to explore new advanced materials, manufacturing processes, and transistor technologies in order to keep up with the accelerating pace of innovation.   

Mobility applications demand higher resolution and higher performance in LCD, OLED and touch panel displays.  Enhanced viewing experiences through OLED and flexible displays, combined with thinner, lighter, greener and more portable form factors, are right around the corner.

On July 8 beginning at 1:00pm PT at our Santa Clara, Calif. headquarters, Applied Materials will discuss these trends and the company’s role in advancing the semiconductor and display industries during our annual Analyst Meeting. The featured speakers will be:  Mike Splinter, chairman and CEO; Gary Dickerson, president; Dr. Randhir Thakur, executive vice president, general manager, Silicon Systems Group; Ali Salehpour, group vice president, general manager, Energy and Environmental Solutions and Display Business Group; and Bob Halliday, senior vice president, CFO.  Topics will also include Applied’s industry and business outlooks, strategies, products, operations and financial expectations.  The presentations and related materials will be available via a live video webcast on the company’s investor relations website

That same week, from July 9 – 11, Applied Materials will be at SEMICON West in San Francisco for one of the most important events for the semiconductor equipment manufacturing industry and its suppliers. 

Our technologists will lead a series of discussions on advanced transistors, roll-to-roll manufacturing, the transition to 450mm, and strategic investing.  Below is a summary of Applied Materials’ scheduled events and presentations throughout the week of July 8, 2013.

We encourage you to join us and follow the conversation on Twitter with the following hashtag:  #AppliedMaterials.

 Monday, July 8

1:00pm - 5:00pm      Applied Materials 2013 Analyst Meeting Webcast                            



Tuesday, July 9 
 TechXPOT South: Leveraging Nonplanar Transistor Architectures and New Materials to Power Mobility Apps Beyond 20nm
11:50am –12:10pm   Precision Materials to Meet FinFET Scaling Challenges Beyond 14nm
 Speaker: Adam Brand, director, Transistor Technology Group, Applied Materials, Inc.
 Location: Moscone, South Hall
 Silicon Innovation Forum
1:55pm – 2:55pmStrategic Investor Panel
 Speaker: Chris Moran, corporate vice president, general manager,
Corporate Strategy & Applied Ventures LLC, Applied Materials, Inc.
 Location: Moscone, Esplanade Hall
Wednesday, July 10  
 FlexTech Alliance Workshop: Emerging Materials and Processes for Transparent Conductors
11:15am – 11:45am Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing of Advanced Touch Panel Devices
 Speaker: Neil Morrison, R&D manager, Flexible Electronics & Devices Group, Applied Materials, Inc.
 Location: San Francisco Marriott Marquis
 TechXPOT South: Productivity Innovation: Reducing Cost and Improving Performance at 200mm/300mm Wafer Fabs
1:30pm – 1:40pm  Energy and Resource Reduction in the Subfab
 Speaker: Andreas Neuber, Head Subfab & Environmental Products,  Applied Materials, Inc.
 Location: TechXPOT, Moscone South
 International Technology Roadmap for PV (ITRPV) Workshop
2:35pm – 2:55pm  Challenges in Cell Processing: Innovating out of the Solar Winter
 Speaker: Jim Mullin, vice president and general manager, Solar Implant Product, Applied Materials, Inc.
 Location: Marriot Marquis – Club Room on the Atrium Level
Thursday, July 11 
 TechXPOT South: SEMICON West 450mm Transition Forum
11:35am – 12:20pm450 Major Equipment Maker Panel
 Speaker: Kirk Hasserjian, corporate vice president, Silicon Systems Group, Applied Materials, Inc.
 Location: Moscone, South Hall


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