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AVS Michigan 42nd Spring Symposium on Novel Computing Hardware

June 5 @ 9:00 am - 7:00 pm EDT

AVS Michigan Chapter 42nd Annual Symposium, which will be held on June 5th from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Wayne State University Engineering Auditorium, 5050 Anthony Wayne, Detroit, MI 48202.
This year's Symposium, “Materials, Processes, and Devices for Novel Computing Hardware”, will discuss cutting-edge research on novel computing paradigms that transcend traditional CMOS devices and von Neumann architectures. We will explore the fundamental material, device, and interconnect research driving these advancements and examine the role of vacuum science, nanofabrication, and advanced manufacturing in enabling the fabrication of eåmerging devices and systems.
The AVS Michigan Chapter Spring Symposium brings together local universities and industry, academics, researchers, students, and industry sponsors. The Symposium will consist of three plenaries and six invited talks. There will also be around two hours of dedicated vendor exhibition time, a student poster presentation, a reception, and a poster award ceremony.
Co-sponsored by: American Vacuum Society (AVS) Michigan Chapter
We have an exciting list of speakers with quantum and neuromorphic computing experts from Purdue University/Microsoft Quantum Labs: Prof. Michael Manfra, director of Michigan State University Quantum Computing Center: Prof. Angela Wilson, Google Quantum Research Scientist: Dr. Alexandre Bourassa in addition to many others.
5050 Anthony Wayne Drive, Detroit, Michigan, United States, 48202