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2011 Summer CMOS ET Meeting

 
CMOS ET Meeting

Research and Business Opportunities Ahead


 
Hilton Resort and Spa

Whistler, BC, Canada



The CMOS ET Meeting is a research and business event for those who want to discuss and find out about new exciting high tech opportunities. It is a place where electronics meet physics, biology and chemistry. The format of the talks resembles in-depth tutorials describing state-of-the-art technology and future research directions, rather than presenting specific research results or commercial products.

The 8th annual meeting will be held at Whistler, a site of the 2010 Winter Olympics, with numerous opportunities for personal exploration of surrounding tourist attractions. All speakers are invited by a program committee and the number of attendees is limited.

Communications
Microsystems
Optoelectronics
Sensors

No formal proceedings will be printed, but attendees will receive PDF copies of all presentation material. Selected and expanded workshop papers are edited as books. The most recent of these is
CMOS Biomicrosystems: Where Electronics Meet Biology, available from Wiley in June 2011.

Please see our Books page for a complete list of books available for purchase.

 

 

To get a feel for the meeting, have a look at the previous events held in Banff, Whistler and Vancouver. You can also download copies of most of the presentations from previous conferences on our Past Presentations page.

Meeting Program (Final)
The final meeting program is available as PDF at the link below. Please note: all talks are 20 minutes long, plus 5 minutes for questions.

Final Meeting Program

Presentation Slides
Slides of the presentations from the meeting are available here. 
Slides are organized in folders according to conference day and session number. Click on a folder name to open it; click on a presentation title to download it to your computer.

Abstract and Slide Submission:
Please submit abstracts and PDFs of slides to this dropbox.

Several of our participants have received emails from KeeRoo inviting them to share their slides in a KeeRoo account. These emails have not come from CMOS ET; we have no relationship to KeeRoo. Please submit your slides using the dropbox link above. After the meeting, we will post your slides on our own website (unless you request us not to). 
 

Recreational Program



CMOS Emerging Technologies has partnered with Cantrav Services to provide delegates with a selection of day tours and activities. Make the most of your trip to Whistler, Canada by taking the time to experience this truly magnificent destination. From ziplining to whitewater rafting, Cantrav has once in a lifetime experiences waiting for you.

Cantrav's secure CMOS ET dedicated tour webpage was only available for advance bookings. However, if you would like to book an activity, you can contact:



Travel and Tourism Information

For information about tourist attractions and activities in the Whistler area, please check the Tourism Whistler website.


CMC/UBC Silicon Nanophotonics Fabrication Course

In partnership with CMC Microsystems, the University of British Columbia is providing an opportunity for training in the design, fabrication and test of photonic integrated circuits (PICs) targeting IMEC's silicon-on-insulator (SOI) technology. This training can be integrated with your research or as a stand-alone learning opportunity. Target applications include Optical Communications and Sensors.  

One option for this training is a one-week workshop in Vancouver from, immediately before the photonics session of the CMOS ET Meeting on June 16. Transportation will be available (round-trip bus-fare of $100, or by car-pooling with local attendees/instructors) for students in the Nanophotonics Fabrication course who are interested in attending the CMOS ET photonics session in Whistler. For more information, please see the Silicon Nanophotonics Fabrication Course website.