Conference Brief
5th IEEE Electron Devices Technology and Manufacturing Conference (EDTM)

9-12 March 2021
Hybrid Meeting

The IEEE Electron Devices Technology and Manufacturing (EDTM) Conference is a flagship conference created by IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS) to address both the technology advances in micro/nano-electronics and the globalization of the semiconductor industry. With a focus on advanced semiconductor manufacturing technologies, EDTM rotates among the hot-hubs of semiconductor manufacturing in Asia. EDTM is a premier conference, providing a unique forum for discussions on a broad range of device/manufacturing-related topics. Launched in 2017 in Toyama, Japan, EDTM was subsequently held in Kobe, Japan, in 2018, in Singapore in 2019, and in Penang, Malaysia, in 2020. EDTM 2021 will move to Chengdu, China.

2021 IEEE International Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC)

20-25 June 2021

PVSC-48’s Technical Program will be divided into 12 areas covering cutting-edge developments in science and engineering of photovoltaics, ranging from fundamentals to applications, with an emphasis on material science, devices, systems, solar resources and policy related matters. On behalf of the Technical Program Committee, we are honored to invite you to submit an abstract on your latest achievements in photovoltaic (PV) research, development, and applications to PVSC-48.



PVSC-48 aims to be a highly interactive venue for both seasoned PV experts as well as entry-level professionals and students. The conference provides a unique opportunity to meet, share and discuss PV-related developments in a timely and influential forum. Please contribute to the PVSC's tradition as a premier international conference on the science and technology that can contribute toward a world powered largely by PV systems.

Date: 3 February 2021 / Time: 11:00 AM (EDT)
Topic: Energy Efficiency in Smart Buildings through IoT Sensor Integration   
Presented by: Hooman Mohseni
Date: 3 February 2021 / Time: 11:00 AM (US Pacific Time)
Topic: EDS Electronic Materials Committee (EMC) Webinar 
Presented by: Hooman Mohseni
Zoom Link
EDS's webinar series delivers live lectures with luminaries from the field of electron device engineering... streaming right to your desktop!
EDS is pleased to announce our new podcast series. Join us as we host interviews with some of the most successful members of our Society sharing their lives and careers. Their insight and wisdom will be invaluable inspiration and knowledge for those in the engineering field. Stay tuned to our social media channels and website for future announcements on upcoming events. Follow the link below to hear from Professor Baliga and other EDS luminaries.
2021 IEEE International Flexible Electronics Conference (IFETC)

9-12 August 2021
Columbus, OH
Abstract submission deadline:
28 February 2021

Conference Website

International Interconnect Technology Conference (IITC) 

6-9 July 2021
Kyoto, Japan
Abstract submission deadline is:
28 February 2021

Conference Website

Hybrid Event - Chengdu, China | 9-12 March 2021
Virtual Event | 16-19 May 2021

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IEEE introduced Technical Co-Sponsor Fees (TCS Fees) in 2018 for all technically co-sponsored conferences in which there is no IEEE financial interest (0%). Please note that there will be a new TCS Fee structure in effect for any conferences occurring after 31 December 2020.
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  • US $22 for each paper submitted to IEEE Xplore®

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