2015 Advanced Research Workshop

Future Trends in Microelectronics: Journey into the Unknown
June 21-26, 2015:  Mallorca, Spain

Continuing the tradition started in 1995, our Workshop aims to provide forum for a free-spirited exchange of views among the leading professionals in Industry, Academia, and Government
To relive the PAST and keep up with the FUTURE Workshops click here  FTM

History: download  FTM-I   (Bendor, 1995)
download  FTM-II  (Embiez, 1998)
download  FTM-III (Bendor, 2001)
download  FTM-IV  (Corsica, 2003)
download  FTM-V   (Crete, 2006)
download  FTM-VI  (Sardinia, 2009)
download  FTM-VII (Corsica, 2012)
Scope: download  Philosophy & Topics
Rules and Format: download  Format
Agenda: download  Program
download  Accepted Abstracts
Workshop is by invitation only
Would you like to be invited? download  How to contact us
To register: download  Registration Form (.doc) 
Deadlines:  Jan 31  abstract (but asap is suggested)
Feb 15  register (but asap is requested)
 please register early: we must make hotel deposit

Feb 15  abstract ("really")
Aug  1  manuscript ("firm")
Sep  1  manuscript ("really")
How to get there: download  Travel Information
How to reach attendees during the workshop: download  Contact during the workshop
Optional boat trip and cave visit excursion (must register):
download  Excursion
Publication: [ download INSTRUCTIONS ]
(manuscript by the end of August)
download  Sample article (.doc)
download  Suggested figures style (.doc)
download  Wiley contributor agreement (.doc)
Past publications
Future Trends in Microelectronics:
Frontiers and Innovations (2013)
From Nanophotonics to Sensors to Energy (2010)
Up the Nano Creek (2007)
The Nano, the Giga, and the Ultra
The Nano Millennium (2002)
The Road Ahead (1999)
Reflections on the Road to Nanotechnology (1996)
Press coverage: download 
Principals: download  Participants
download  Organizing Committees
download  Sponsors
Photo collections:
(bring your digital camera)
Collection courtesy of Michael Shur
Collection courtesy of Marco Mastrapasqua
Collection courtesy of François & Alix Arnaud d'Avitaya

Video by Paulina Shur

Video by Olga Zaslavsky


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