Organised by the

Centre for Device Thermography and Reliabilty

at the

University of Bristol

2 - 4 June

3 - 5 June

Bristol (UK)

Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel

What Are The Conferences All About?

Join us for the co-located 44th Workshop on Compound Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits held in Europe (WOCSDICE) and 15th Expert evaluation and Control of Compounds of Semiconductor Materials and Technologies (EXMATEC) in Bristol, United Kingdom in 2020!

These two long-established and complementary workshops in compound semiconductor devices and materials will once again be held jointly, this time in the vibrant and exciting city of Bristol.

You will not only learn about the latest developments in making smaller, and better performance devices and materials, but you will also have the opportunity to extend your horizons in related topics. We will be reporting technological breakthroughs in semiconductor electronic and opto-electronic materials and device technology, design, manufacturing, physics, and modelling. Focused and parallel sessions will allow you to connect with your colleagues internationally and share with them great dinners, excursions and coffee breaks in Bristol and nearby Bath. We will also arrange a schedule for accompanying persons.

WOCSDICE and EXMATEC will have selected joint conference sessions.

4
Days
2
Conferences
13
Invited speakers
100+
Delegates
1
Excursion

WOCSDICE 2020

Want to learn about two-dimensional devices, integrated circuits and compound semiconductor devices such as switching, microwave and optoelectronic applications?

EXMATEC 2020

Want to learn about various topics of material fabrication, advanced characterization techniques and processing of compound semiconductors?

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

General conference chair

Prof. Martin Kuball

Photo credit to Marriott (marriott.co.uk)

SPONSORS

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Excursion

Roman Baths, Bath (UK)

In the middle of the conferences we will relax our minds and visit the Roman Baths in Bath. Their history dates back over 2000 years to the Roman Empire.

Photo credit to Visit Bath (visitbath.co.uk)

Impressions Of Bristol