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Montréal, Canada

The 20th Canadian Semiconductor Science and technology conference

The CSSTC will provide a forum for the Canadian community to discuss the latest developments in semiconductor physics, materials development, device technologies, instrumentation, and metrology.

CSSTC has a long tradition, dating back to 1982, when the first meeting of this biennial series, under the name of the Canadian Semiconductor Technology Conference (CSTC), was organized in Ottawa by the National Research Council of Canada (NRC). To avoid overlaps with the International Conference on Physics of Semiconductors (ICPS) biennial series, the meeting was switched from even to odd years with the 7th CSTC, which was held in 1995. NRC had been the main organizer and sponsor for CSTC until 2005. The 13th CSTC was held in Montreal in 2007, followed by the 14th meeting in Hamilton in 2009. For the 15th 2011 meeting in Vancouver, in recognition of the growing presence of fundamental research and its importance in driving applications and technology transfer, the conference was given its present name of the Canadian Semiconductor Science and Technology Conference (CSSTC).

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