If you have any questions about the conference, booking, registration process, or any other queries, please contact Tracey Mozel, the Program Director, at:
CMOS Meetings are held every year, usually in Vancouver or Whistler, Canada, with the objectives of:
The CMOS Meetings started in 2005 and have grown substantially over the years. They have been attracting participants from all over the world. All speakers are invited by a program committee and the number of attendees is limited; advance registration is mandatory. Our objective is to provide companies and academic institutions with a platform for showcasing their technology, innovations, products and services, and to create a stimulating common ground for exploring collaborations and encouraging discussions on emerging technologies.
- Reviewing state-of-the-art emerging technologies and applications in the CMOS areas, opportunities for technology transfer and commercialization, and current research trends in the above areas.
- Bringing together researchers, academics, industry people, investors, and entrepreneurs to explore new and emerging technologies and their impacts on the community and to foster technology transfer and commercialization.
- Allowing people from industry, academic institutions, and the investor community to dialogue with their counterparts and subject matter experts from other countries to create opportunities for everyone.
CMOS ET Staff
Tracey Mozel - Program Director
Tracey Mozel has many years' experience working in the high-tech field, and has been working with CMOS ET since 2009. In addition to her work with CMOS ET, she runs a small technical-writing business and works with several clients to create software and hardware user manuals, online help for software tools, and other documentation. Tracey has a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Victoria.
Kelly Pollock - Conference Manager
Kelly Pollock has recently joined CMOS ET, bringing with her a decade of experience in conference and event management. In 2005, she became a Certified Trade Show Marketer (CTSM) and is now one of about 10 CTSM graduates in Canada. (The CTSM Program is the only University affiliated professional certification program in the exhibit marketing industry and works to continually raise the bar on event and trade show management.) Kelly has since gone on to achieve gold status recognition in this program and now mentors program candidates to help complete their programs.
In the past she worked for PMC-Sierra as an Events Specialist providing behind-the-scenes logistics and front-line support for conferences and events in the high-tech industry. As a sign of appreciation, she was granted a “Connections Award” from the RapidIO Trade Association for her job in hosting their Face-to-Face Meetings in 2004. Taking this knowledge with her, she worked with Skyline Exhibits as an Exhibiting Consultant, working with clients to develop effective trade show exhibits and also acting as an internal resource for other Skyline staff.
In addition to her work with CMOS ET, Kelly contracts with other organizations for Administrative and Event Services and in her spare time, volunteers her event coordination skills for a local charity event.
CMOS ET Advisory Board
Dan Gale, Vice-President and CTO, CMC Microsystems
Dan Gale is Vice-President and Chief Technology Officer for CMC Microsystems. Over the course of his career, his leadership and commitment has helped to enable Canada’s distinguished and full participation in the global microsystems community. With almost 30 years of experience, he developed and shaped CMC programs supporting university researchers to collaborate effectively with industry and acquire access to leading-edge microsystems technologies. Building on a solid foundation in microelectronics, CMC’s product and service portfolio now includes MEMS, microfluidics, photonics and embedded software. In 2000, he led the development of a national System-on-Chip Research Network involving 33 universities, funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation and Ontario Innovation Trust. In 2001, similar effort led to a funding award for the National Microelectronics and Photonics Testing Collaboratory, involving 21 universities and supported by the same Foundation, and three provincial agencies. He was instrumental to the success of three subsequent proposals each attracting $40 million to $50 million of funds: Realizing the Microsystems Advantage, the Embedded Systems Canada project and Microsystems: Creating Economic Value for Canada project, in 2005, 2009 and 2010, respectively.
On a continuing basis, Dan serves as officer of CMC’s Board and as Vice-Chair of the corporate Technical Advisory Committee. He is a Director in DMT Microsystems, a subsidiary of CMC Microsystems. He is a Director and Vice-Chair on the Board of the Canadian Photonics Consortium, a Director on the Board of the Photovoltaic Innovation Network, and Member of the program committee for the Next Generation Optical Networks program (NSERC-CREATE). On the global stage, he is Chief Delegate (Canada) for the annual World Micromachine Summit—a position that evolved from his participation in the Canadian delegation at the inaugural Summit hosted in Japan in 1995. He has also contributed to various MANCEF initiatives, (commercialization education). On a continuing basis he interacts with organizations similar to CMC located in Asia, Europe and the USA. He holds a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada.
Krzysztof (Kris) Iniewski is managing R&D at Redlen Technologies Inc., a start-up company in Vancouver Canada. Redlen’s revolutionary production process for advanced semiconductor materials enables a new generation of more accurate, all-digital, radiation-based imaging solutions. Kris is General Chair of the 2012 CMOS ET Conference.
In his career, Dr. Iniewski has held numerous faculty and management positions at University of Toronto, University of Alberta, SFU, and PMC-Sierra Inc. He has published over 100 research papers in international journals and conferences. He holds 18 international patents granted in the USA, Canada, France, Germany, and Japan. He is a frequent invited speaker and has consulted for multiple organizations internationally. He has written and edited several books for Wiley, CRC Press, McGraw Hill, Artech House, and Springer. The most recent of these, CMOS Biomicrosystems, will be available from Wiley in June 2011.
Dr. Iniewski's personal goal is to contribute to healthy living and sustainability through innovative engineering solutions. In his leisure time Kris can be found hiking, sailing, skiing or biking in beautiful British Columbia. He can be reached at .
André Ivanov received his Ph.D. in 1989 from McGill University. He has published widely and is an inventor of several patents, mostly on test and reliability of integrated circuits and systems.
Over the years, Dr. Ivanov has served on steering, program, and/or organization committees of several international events sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society. He chaired the IEEE Computer Society Test Technology Council (TTTC) for the term 2004-2007. He is currently serving on the Board of Governors of the IEEE Computer Society and on the Board of Governors of the IEEE Technology Management Council. He was Technical Program Chair of the VLSI Test Symposium (VTS) in 2001 and 2002 and the General Chair of VTS in 2003 and 2004. In 2004, Dr. Ivanov founded the 1st IEEE International GHz/Gbps Test Workshop. He now serves as Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on CAD, and for the IEEE Design and Test of Computers Magazine, and for the Journal of Electronic Test: Theory and Applications (JETTA). Dr. Ivanov has served on the Computer Society’s Conference and Tutorials Board and the Technical Activities Board. In 2008, he chaired the Computer Society Fellows Committee. He is a Golden Core Member of the Computer Society, a Fellow of the IEEE, a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, and a Professional Engineer of British Columbia.
In 2001, Dr. Ivanov co-founded Vector 12, a semiconductor IP company. In 1995/96, he spent a sabbatical at PMC-Sierra and has held invited professor positions at the University of Montpellier II, the University of Bordeaux I, and Edith Cowan Perth, Australia.
Keith William Parsonage BASc, MBA, P. Eng.
In his role as Director General of the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) Branch of Industry Canada, Keith Parsonage championed the interests of Canada's ICT industry and was instrumental in accelerating this country's advanced networks and applications. He and those with whom he worked were committed to ensuring that Canada was recognized both at home and abroad as a high tech innovative supplier of ICT products and services.
Following graduation from Neuchâtel Junior College in Switzerland, Keith attended the University of Toronto gaining a Bachelors Degree in Applied Science with honours majoring in Industrial Engineering. He subsequently attended McMaster University to earn his Masters in Business Administration. He brings to bear over thirty years of private and public sector management experience in serving as an informed advocate and policy advisor, marketer and facilitator of Canadian industry interests and capabilities. Most recently Keith served as the Managing Director of the Ontario Centre of Excellence for Communications and Information Technology fostering industry/academic collaborations.
He has been a member of the Board of the Telecommunications Executive Management Institute of Canada and CMC Microsystems . For over a decade, as the Government of Canada’s Program Manager he served on the boards of CANARIE, Canada’s Advanced Internet organization, PRECARN, an advanced research network in an observer capacity. He continues to serve on the Board of Directors of the Canada Israel Industrial Research and Development Foundation chaired by the Chief Scientist for the Government of Israel.
Raised in the Niagara Peninsula, Keith now resides in Ottawa with three great kids, Douglas, Genevieve and Alexandra as well as three grandchildren, Michael, Tyler and Nicole. In his spare time, he is an avid gardener and photographer.
Jan Rabaey, Professor, ECE, UC Berkeley, Scientific Co-Director, Berkeley Wireless Research Center (BWRC)
Professor Rabaey received his Ph.D. in applied sciences from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. After being connected to UC Berkeley as a Visiting Research Engineer, he was a research manager at IMEC, Belgium. In 1987, he joined the faculty of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department of the University of California, Berkeley, where he now holds the Donald O. Pederson Distinguished Professorship. From 1999 until 2002, he served as the Associate Chair of the EECS Dept of UC Berkeley. He is currently the scientific co-director of the Berkeley Wireless Research Center (BWRC), as well as the director of the FCRP Multiscale Systems Research Center (MuSyC). He is the recipient of a wide range of awards, including IEEE Fellow, the 2008 IEEE CAS Society Mac Van Valkenburg Award, the 2009 European Design Automation Association (EDAA) Lifetime Achievement award, and the 2010 SIA University Researcher Award. His research interests include the conception and implementation of next-generation integrated wireless systems. Professor Rabaey serves on the technical advisory board of a range of companies and research institutes focused in the areas of design automation, semiconductor intellectual property and wireless systems.