ISTFA 2019 - Portland, OR / November 10-14 / 2019
Novel Computing Architectures
The advent of Artificial Intelligence and the promise of quantum computing are driving disruptive computing architectures. Neuromorphic chip designs on one hand, and Quantum Bits on the other, still in R&D, will introduce new computing circuitry and memory elements, novel materials, and different test methodologies. These novel computing architectures will require further innovation which is best achieved through a collaborative Failure Analysis community composed of chip manufacturers, tool vendors, and universities.
IMAT2020, Cleveland, OH September 14-17, 2020
ASM is the only society that unites different market segments that cross the entire materials world.
Planning is well underway for IMAT 2020, ASM’s re-imagined Annual Meeting. A diverse group of materials experts, including the ASM Programming Committees, AeroMat Committee, and all six of ASM’s Affiliate Societies, are heavily involved in building the technical symposiums, which will have a strong focus on application-oriented, real-world technologies that can be put to use today.
Ed Cole's tribute to Larry Wagner in EDFA magazine
It is my pleasure and privilege to recognize one of the founders of what EDFAS has been and has become. Lawrence C. Wagner, FASM, will be leaving the EDFA Editorial Board with this issue, and the rest of the board thought his contributions should be celebrated. Larry has been a member of the EDFA board since its inception in 1998, but he has meant so much more to EDFAS and to EDFA magazine.Nominations Sought for EDFAS Board