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2 November 2020 (Monday)

10.30 – 13.30

Seminar “Customer Experience Management: New Goals for Equipment Suppliers Service”

Customer Experience Management is the new trend for many international companies. It is described as the design of customer interaction at all points of contact. These are tasks at the junction of Marketing Sales and Service, which increase the requirements for internal processes and the competence of the heads of all departments, and especially technical service. And although “everything new is well forgotten old”, and CX management in different variations among the leading companies has existed for a long time, now, with the development of digital technologies, the CX topic has become much more relevant and important for business. We will talk about the problems that manufacturers and suppliers of equipment face in building a First-class service and developing a CX strategy at the seminar.

In the seminar program:
1. Practical recommendations and techniques for auditing and improving the work of a service organization.
2. IT solutions: FSM and BPM systems as a professional alternative to “universal CRM”.
3. Programs for describing business processes and building the architecture of the company.
4. Programs for describing business processes and building the architecture of the company.

Moderator: Maxim Klemeshov

ServiceAdviser


14.15 – 15.15

Economy Digitalization as one of the Drivers for the Microelectronic Industry Development

  • Main trends in the microelectronics market development in Russia in 2020 and 2021.
  • Growth points and opportunities for the development of Russian production for civilian industrial sectors: telecom, medicine, industrial automation, automotive
  • Technologies and solutions of the Internet of Things – is there a place in the markets for Russian manufacturers?
  • Digitalization of the energy complex as one of the growth points for the microelectronic industry
  • Opportunities and mechanisms for creating an export policy in the field of microelectronics in Russia

Welcome speech:
Vasily Shpak, Director of the Department of the Radio-Electronic Industry of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation

Speakers:

Development trends of the global microelectronics market, horizons and opportunities for Russia

Speaker: Alexey Volostnov, Partner, NEO Centre

Role of the local production in the new geopolitic reality

Speaker: Gulnara Khasianova, General Manager, Mikron

Growth points and opportunities for the development of Russian production for civilian industrial sectors: telecom, medicine, industrial automation, automotive

Speaker: Karina Abagyan, director on strategic development, Mikron

Moderator: Dmitry Markov, CEO, VisionLabs


15.30 – 16.30

Semiconductor Manufacturing in a Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities.

  • the prospects for wearable and embedded devices – an increase in the number of devices and an increase in the number of chips that help to monitor health;
  • logistics and the pandemic – closed borders, supply interruptions, inability to send specialists to another country.

Opening remarks: Alexey Volostnov, partner, NEO Center

Speakers:

COVID-19: The semiconductor industry’s silver lining

Speaker: Emir Demircan, Director of Advocacy and Public Policy, SEMI Europe Association

COVID-19: microfluidics in the fight against the virus.

Speaker: Anton Boyko, Ph.D., MIET

The semiconductor industry in the age of СOVID-19 – how to overcome and come out stronger

Speaker: Anton Bolshakov, Marketing Director, Ostec Group of Companies

Service and customer support during the pandemic time

Speaker: Pavel Seredin, deputy CEO, BLM Synergy

Moderator: Alexandra Grechishcheva, Director of Procurement and Foreign Economic Activity, CrocusNanoElectronics


16.45 – 17.15

Methods for Ensuring the Stability of Measurements when Conducting High-precision Studies Using Probe Stations

Methods for Ensuring the Stability of Measurements when Conducting High-precision Studies Using Probe Stations

Speaker: Roman Rozanov, Senior Engineer, Ostec-Electro


3 November 2020 (Tuesday)

10.30 – 10.45

Heterogeneous Integration – Expanding Opportunities for Microelectronic devices Manufacturing

Currently, the way to improve such parameters of microelectronic products as performance and functionality lies exclusively through the process of heterogeneous integration. The increase in productivity depends on the topological dimentions and, and their decrease has reached its limit, and for further implementation of Moore’s law, development of the “vertical” strucutures are necessary – the creation of multilevel structures (3D structures).
 
Functionality is the ability to perform and combine various, fundamentally different tasks in one device, for example, logic control, microwave, power supply, etc., also using various semiconductor technologies, it is possible only when using a new approach and technology. The solution to these problems is heterogeneous integration, the main mechanism of which is the bonding process of differenet structures and materials. Heterogeneous integration will make it possible to create multilevel structures for “vertical” development, to obtain multilevel defect-free structures of various semiconductor materials, to combine devices of various functional purposes – Si-logic and microwave MIC on GaAs.

Speaker: Dmitry Sukhanov, Deputy Technical Director, Ostec EC


11.00 – 13.00

International MEMS-Forum

The annual forum on the development, production and application of microelectromechanical devices “MEMS-Forum” will be held for the first time in a hybrid format. As part of the videoconference, leading experts from Silicon Saxony (Dresden, Germany) will join the discussion at SEMIEXPO Russia 2020.

In 2020, special attention is paid to the areas of application of high-tech sensors in solutions for the smart city, Industry 4.0 and the digital economy, as well as the latest solutions in the field of medicine.

MEMS-Forum 2020 Program:
11.00 – Welcome speech – Mr. Torsten Thieme, Silicon Saxony e.V.
11.05 – Digital micro-nanosystems for the human body and other applications – Mr. Steffen Kurth, Fraunhofer ENAS
11.25 – Digital monitoring system for power transmission lines for the territories of the Russian Federation where there is no cellular network coverage – Mr. Denis Urmanov, Russian MEMS Association (RAMEMS)
11.40 – Autonomous gas power plants based on SOFC (up to 10 kW) – Mr. Alexander Grechishnikov, SoVtest
11.55 – Digital system for monitoring bridges and other structures using LoRa wireless technology (Uno) – Mr. Maxim Konorev, Sovtest ATE
12.10 – Opportunities to increase the yield of suitable products in MEMS production, Mrs. Irina Rod, Mapper
12.25 – Autonomous hydrogen power plants (up to 200 kW) – Mr. Alexander Grechishnikov, So Sovtest ATE
12.40 – Development of an automated plant for chemical liquid etching for the formation of dielectric membrane structures and other semiconductor and micromechanical structures – Mrs. Yulia Sukhoroslova, Deputy Head of Scientific and Technical Planning Department, CRI Electronics
12.55 – Closing remarks and summing up of the Forum – Mr. Torsten Thieme, Silicon Saxony e.V.; Mr. Denis Urmanov, Russian MEMS Association (RAMEMS).

Forum organizers: Russian Association of Developers, Manufacturers and Consumers of Microelectromechanical Systems, Sovtest ATE LLC, BusinessMediaRussia, Silicon Saxony (Germany).


13.00 – 15.00

International Development Program and Competition of Innovative Projects in the field of Electronics

Semiexpo Russia will host a PitchDeck session and an exhibition of projects participating in the INRADEL 2020 season – an international development program and competition for innovative projects.

On November 2 – 3, students and postgraduates from leading universities – NRNU

MEPhI, NRU BelGU, MIET, MAI, SPbPU – will present their projects at the IEC “Expocentre”, Moscow.

Among innovative startups:

  • Development of an automated installation for chemical liquid etching for the formation of dielectric membrane structures and other semiconductor and micromechanical structures
  • Development of precision control and measuring equipment
  • ClimateGuard – a service for integrated monitoring of indoor microclimate
  • Development of software for monitoring the condition, activities and assessing the quality indicators of the piglet
  • Development of a biotechnical apparatus for accurate diagnosis of the time of death
  • Method of modification of alloys by discharge in a liquid flow
  • Digital fiber optic current transformer

The INRADEL program is an ecosystem of support for early stage startups. Since 2013, the program has been helping young innovators (undergraduate and graduate students) to pump a technical idea to the pre-seed level in six months of intensive work. Participants learn the basics of technology entrepreneurship, finalize developments under the guidance of the best mentors, jointly build a business model and package a project to attract investment.
The best projects participate in the Russian-Chinese Industrial Innovation Awards
“Innovation Awards”, undergo an acceleration program, receive investments for the
implementation and scaling of developments

Official Website: inradel.ru

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Inradel2019/