Microelectronics Manufacturing Models
10/30/2017 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies
901 N. Stuart Street, Suite 200
Arlington,  Virginia  22203
Theme : Low-Volume, High-Mix Manufacturing Models
Event Type : Workshop
Event Code : N/A
Low-Volume, High-Mix Manufacturing Models - a Joint Workshop
This workshop is supported by the NDIA Trusted Microelectronics Joint Working Group, which recently published a number of papers on trusted microelectronics. (more)
The business models of the commercial world and the Defense Department are fundamentally different in microelectronics. The commercial world dominates the industry with a focus on a small number of part types made in very high volumes. In contrast, the DOD requires a wide range of part types made in very low volumes. With the coming shift to a new post-scaling paradigm centered around hardware customization and heterogeneous integration, the opportunity arises to leverage and advance low-volume, high-mix fabrication models. This workshop explores the landscape of the low-volume, high-mix fabrication paradigm the defense industry uses, and how it might be improved and extended to address DOD’s future needs.
NDIA is pleased to join The Potomac Institute to host a full-day in-depth workshop with individual sessions featuring speakers leading discussion sessions focusing on related technical topics. This workshop is open to the public. Morning refreshments will be provided. Lunch will not be provided.
Download the full day agenda here.
To register please contact Chloe Hite at email@example.com or 703-525-0770 and provide your name and affiliation. You will be contacted with further information after you register.
Welcome and Introduction from Jeremy Muldavin, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
Dr. Jeff Siddiqui
Reliability Group, Microelectronics Test Branch
Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA)
Dr. Martin A. Schmidt
Provost, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems
Dr. George Thompson
Institute for Defense Analysis
Dr. David Lam
Dr. Michael Fritze
Potomac Institute for Policy Studies
Because of speaker restrictions this workshop is closed to the press.