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BCTM is confirmed: Miami is open for business (status below)

 

IEEE Bipolar / BiCMOS Circuits and Technology Meeting

19-21 October 2017

co-located with CSICS 2017

Miami, Florida, USA

Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay

Conference: 19-20 October | Short Course: 21 October

 

Now Available: BCTM 2017 Advance Program

 

Conference Status:

We know many of you are concerned about the effect that Hurricane Irma could have on the BCTM 2017 conference. Our thoughts are with all of the people who were affected by the storms this past month.

We have learned that damages from Hurricane Irma were not as great as the pre-landfall predictions. The good news is that the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay hotel will be fully prepared for our conference.

We hope you can join us. Please register for the conference & book your hotel room.

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Best Regards,
Foster Dai, General Chair
Peter Magnee, Program Technical Chair

 

Short Course: Saturday, October 21, 2017

Bipolar Transistor Device Physics and Circuit Design Primer

Speakers:

  • Circuit Design: Professor John Long, U. Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
  • Device Physics: Professor Michael Schröter, TU Dresden, Germany

 

Invited Technical Speakers

Keynote Speaker # 1:

  • Prof. Zhenqiang (Jack) Ma, University of Wisconsin
    At the Horizon of Wide Bandgap Bipolar Junction Transistors: The Viability of Lattice Mismatched Heterojunctions

Keynote Speaker # 2:

  • Prof. Albert Wang, University of California, Riverside
    Advances in ESD Protection Designs: A Dino to Dash

Emerging Technology Invited Speakers:

  • Prof. Heinz-Wilhelm Hübers, German Aerospace Center
    High resolution terahertz gas spectroscopy with a SiGe BiCMOS transmitter and receiver
  • Dr. Giordano Scappucci, TU Delft
    Silicon-Germanium heterostructures for quantum computation

Invited Committee Speakers:

  • Analog & Mixed Signal:
    Prof. François Danneville, University of Lille
  • Device Physics:
    Prof. Jesus del Alamo, MIT
  • Modeling and Simulation:
    Dr. Peter Zampardi, Qorvo
  • Process Technology:
    Dr. Mehmet Kaynak, IHP and Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Sabancı University
  • Wireless:
    Hua Wang, Georgia Tech
    Brian Floyd, NC State University