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Danville, CA 94526
Ph: (925) 353-5004
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Nanotech 2000 Conference Technical Program

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Nanotech 2000 Technical Program at a Glance

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday
8:00 Registration Registration Registration
8:15 Welcome and Introductory Remarks
8:30 Keynote Lectures Keynote Lectures Keynote Lectures
9:15 Break
9:30 Quantum Devices
System-Level Modeling and Simulation of MEMS
Signal Integrity Simulation and Verification
10:00 Break Break
10:20 Process Modeling: Layout, Lithography
Computational Methods for Microfluidics
Compact Modeling for Deep Submicron - 2
Applications: Microfluidics
12:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch
13:20 Process Modeling: Implant, Diffusion
Computational Materials
Compact Modeling for Deep Submicron - 1
Equivalent Circuits, Behavioral and Multi-Level Simulation
Numerics, Algorithms - 1
Applications: MEMS, Sensors
14:40 Break Break
15:00 Process Modeling: Oxidation, Etch, Metal
Semiconductor Device Modeling
Numerics, Algorithms - 2
Applications: Optics, Imaging
16:00 Break
Poster Session A
17:00 Cocktail Reception
Poster Session B
19:00 Banquet Dinner

Session Room Color Key

    Grand Ballroom            Grand Ballroom Foyer
    Grand Ballroom 1            Pavillion Ballroom
    Grand Ballroom 2            Garden Room
  • The Conference Registration Desk is located in the hotel lobby across from the hotel reception desk.
  • Registration Desk hours are Monday through Wednesday from 8:00 till 16:00, and on Sunday afternoon from 16:00 till 18:00.
  • Vendor and publisher exhibition is located in the Garden Room, lobby level.
  • The Grand Ballroom is located upstairs.
  • The Pavillion Ballroom is located downstairs.

Sunday March 26

16:00 - 18:00Early registration
14:00 - 18:00Exhibitor setup in Garden Room

Monday Short Course

Verilog-A Hardware Description Language

Instructor: Dr. Ira Miller,
Date: Monday, March 27, 2000
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Room: U.S. Grant Hotel, Horton D
Price: $140
Includes: Textbook and course notes
Textbook: Analog Behavioral Modeling with the Verilog-A Language
by Ira Miller and Dan FitzPatrick,
Kluwer Academic Publishers

This course reviews the fundamental aspects of using Verilog-A to represent analog and digital electronic circuits and non-electrical functions. The textbook used in the course contains numerous examples that enhance the material and provide a helpful learning tool for the participant. The text and the PC simulation program included with the text can be used for further study.

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