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IMW 2015 at Hyatt Regency Hotel, May 17-20, Monterey, CA

IMW 2015

International Memory Workshop – 2015

Act now — don’t loose the opportunity to attend the upcoming IMW! This year’s technical program is shaping up to be an excellent one starting w/ the full day short course delivered by industry recognized experts covering Technology/System Interactions (Morning) and 3-D Memory (Afternoon).  The invited session is well rounded and promises to be informative and interesting, with industry leaders covering the latest on a wide range of important topics including: The current status and outlook of technology evolution, system performance drivers, accelerating marketplace adoption of technology, bio-inspired technologies, evolving applications and usage models, and memory technologies on the horizon.  As is customary at IMW, the contributed technical sessions cover a broad range of current topics which span the complete memory landscape & horizon and are organized in a manner which provides ample time for informal discussion among presenters and attendees.  Please visit the IMW site for the complete technical program and registration details.
Please visit the IMW website for the detailed program:
Important dates:
    Short course  Sun May 17, 2015
    Workshop  May 18-20, 2015
Invited talks:
    – Technology Scaling Challenges and Future Prospects of DRAM and NAND Flash memory, Sung-Kye Park, SK-Hynix
    – Understanding NANDs Intrinsic Characteristics Critical Role in SSD Design: A Key Enabler for Enterprise Data Center Applications, Will Akin, Micron
    – Accelerating NVM Adoption in PCs:  A System Study to Identify the Enablers, Dale Juenemann and Prasad Allur, Intel
    – From Memory in our Brain to Future Silicon-Based Memory Technologies, Barbara DeSalvo, CEA-LETI
    Embedded Microcontroller Memories:  Application Memory Usage, Thomas Jew, Freescale
    – Technology Trends and Near-Future Applications of Embedded STT-MRAM”, Shinobu Fujita, Toshiba

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