The Critical Materials Council for Semiconductor Fabricators, originally established by ISMI/SEMATECH in the early 1990's, will be run by TECHCET CA LLC starting January 01, 2016. Under its new name CMC Fabs, the membership-based organization of semiconductor fab & fabless manufacturers will continue working to identify and remediate issues impacting the supply, availability, and accessibility of both current and emerging semiconductor process materials. In keeping with SEMATECH tradition, the work of the international council takes place in a non-competitive environment for the benefit of the semi device fabrication community. Topics addressed are identified and prioritized by the member companies.
The organization has a new website at cmcfabs.org, which includes an overview of the Council's mission, news of upcoming events and a Members Only portal for access to minutes of monthly phone/WebEx meetings and workshop details. The site also features access for Members to the TECHCET Critical Materials Reports and the related quarterly updates.
The next face-to-face meeting of CMC Fabs will take place May 03-06, 2016 in Hillsboro, Oregon. The meeting will include the annual CMC Materials Seminar held on May 05-06 that is open to the public. Sessions include a market briefing, supply chain issues and methods, the evolution of emerging materials in ALD / ALE, and the materials revolution around carbon. Speakers will be drawn from fabs, suppliers and analysts to address topics of concern and interest to the Council, and the semiconductor materials supply chain.
CMC Fabs is a unit of TECHCET CA LLC, a firm focused on Process Materials Supply Chains, Electronic Materials Technology, Materials Market Research and Consulting for the Semiconductor, Display, Solar/PV, and LED Industries. The company has been responsible for producing the SEMATECH Critical Material Reports since 2000. For additional information about these reports and about membership in CMC Fabs please contact Lita Shon-Roy or Jerry Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org +1-480-332-8336, or visit our websites at www.techcet.com and www.cmcfabs.org.