27 Dec '15, 6pm

Don't miss #GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ Tom Caulfield & Subi Kengeri speaking at @semiassociation’s ISS 2016: https://t.co/chsxHZwKmV

The CxO panel closes the conference with a conversation between Dan Hutcheson and several esteemed executives at a CxO level. This year, we are asking our panelists to think ahead … Way ahead … to 2050. It’s been fifty year’s since Moore’s Law was discovered.So, it’s a safe assumption that by 2050, Moore’s Law as we know it … will be dead. Yet we also know that the semiconductor industry will still be thriving, as innovation will never die, as that is what we do. This year’s panelists have been chosen for their track record as visionaries to share their views of how they see our industry evolving as it transitions away from Moore’s Law. Here are some of the questions that they have been asked to address: How do we get from here to there? What direction will innovation take beyond scaling? Will the weight shift from process to design or will both become more critically inte...

Full article: http://www.semi.org/en/node/37766

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