The EMC will provide a forum for topics of current interest and significance in the areas related to the preparation and characterization of electronic materials. Individuals actively engaged or interested in electronic materials research and development are encouraged to attend this meeting, and papers in this general subject are solicited.
Late news papers will be considered. Authors must submit the abstract by June 1, 2000, using the TMS Conference Management System (CMS). CMS can be accessed by the website at http://www.cms.tms.org. If you have questions or need assistance while using the CMS, please contact TMS Technical Programming Services at 724-776-9000 Ext. 227 or 237. Authors of accepted papers will be notified before the EMC Conference.
The Electronic Materials technical program will commence at 8:30 AM on Wednesday, June 21. Sessions will be held on grounds at the University of Denver in several different buildings throughout the campus. Sturm Hall will be the location of the conference plenary session.
TMS strongly supports the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which prohibits discrimination against, and promotes public accessibility for those with disabilities. In support of and compliance with this Act, we ask that those requiring specific equipment or services as an attendee of the Electronic Materials Conference to indicate your needs on the enclosed housing and registration forms.
Policy on Audio and Visual Recording of Technical Paper Presentations/ Sessions: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) reserves the rights to any audio and video reproduction of all presentations at every TMS sponsored meeting. Recording of sessions (audio, video, still photography, etc.) intended for personal use, distribution, publication, or copyright without the express written consent of TMS and the individual authors is strictly prohibited.
A telephone and message board will be located near the Registration Desk in Driscoll Center North, Flounders Lounge. Messages will be posted in this area throughout the Conference. Messages will also be posted in the Residence Halls. If you are residing on campus, you will receive the appropriate number to be used in an emergency in your housing packet.
University of Denver prohibits smoking in its buildings. Smoking will be allowed only outdoors.
There are no formal conference proceedings, but the conference abstracts will
be published in the Journal
of Electronic Materials. We also encourage you to submit manuscripts
on your work to the Journal
of Electronic Materials. There are two special issues of the Journal
of Electronic Materials scheduled with manuscript due dates shortly
after the conference that might be of particular interest to conference participants.
Those special issues are:
“Nitrides and Other Wide Bandgap Materials”
Because of the rapid advances in and technical importance of SiC and III-V nitride materials and devices, there will be a special issue of the Journal of Electronic Materials dedicated to these materials. This special issue is scheduled for publication in March 2001. Information for authors may be found on the inside back cover of current issues of the journal. The final date for submission of manuscripts is August 1, 2000. Papers are solicited in areas of epitaxy, processing, device applications, and electrical, optical and structural characterization.
Original manuscripts with original figures suitable for reproduction, two copies of the manuscript, and a completed copyright form should be submitted to one of the coeditors listed below.
University of Illinois
208 North Wright St.
Urbana, IL 61801
Air Force Research Laboratory
3005 P. St., Suite 6
Wright Patterson AFB, OH 45433-7707
tel: 937-255-4474 Ext. 3213
Pennsylvania State University
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
221 Steidle Building
University Park, PA 16802
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Department of Electronics
Electrum 229, Kista S-164 40
“Quantum Dots and Other Quantum-Confined Structures”
There will be a special issue of the Journal of Electronic Materials dedicated to quantum dots. This special issue is scheduled for publication in May 2001. Information for authors may be found on the inside back cover of current issues of the journal. The final date for submission of manuscripts is September 1, 2000. Papers are solicited in areas of quantum dot formation, processing, device applications, and electrical, optical and structural characterization.
Original manuscripts with original figures suitable for reproduction, two copies of the manuscript, and a completed copyright form should be submitted to one of the co-editors at the addresses below.
Prof. Supriyo Bandyopadhayay
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588-0511
Prof. Clivia M. Sotomayor-Torres
Prof. Akio Sasaki Osaka
Department of Electronics
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