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SEMI-THERM thermal conference is a week full of technical presentations, exhibits, short courses, how to courses, and panel discussions.

Short Courses

These two-hour classes provide practical, interactive training on a variety of specific skills on topics ranging from thermal design & modeling to system level validation testing. Some are designed for those who are relatively new to thermal management. As such, they focus on basic concepts and techniques. Other classes are meant for seasoned thermal engineers wanting to gain deeper insight into best-in-class tools and practices. Attendees can choose one Short Course in the morning and one in the afternoon.

Technical Sessions 

Each Technical Session typically includes 3 brief presentations (15 minutes plus a 5 minute Q&A) summarizing the design, tests, and findings of research and development efforts. Topics include any thermally related challenge or solution from the die to the facility level. Presentations are generally based on peer reviewed academic research but may also be private sector R&D professionals working alone or as part of an inter-agency program. With over 20 presentations scheduled for the symposium, attendees should expect to have a solid overview of the latest developments in thermal management.

Vendor Workshops

SEMI-THERM exhibitors offer a technical overview of a specific product during these 30 minute presentations. Scheduled throughout the symposium, presenters generally focus on the technical aspects of product selection, implementation and usage that are discussed as part of an engineering system / component discovery effort.

Vendor Exhibits

Be sure to spend some technical face time with the 20+ exhibitors that are available throughout the event to demonstrate and explain their products and services.

Keynote Speaker

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Thermi Award Presentation

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Embedded Tutorial

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Hall of Fame Award Presentation

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Short Courses