[Call for Papers as PDF file for printing]
SESHA will hold its 31st Annual International High Technology ESH Sympo-
sium and Exhibition at the Hilton Scottsdale in beautiful Scottsdale, AZ, May
19-22, 2009. The Hilton is located in the heart of Scottsdale, with easy access
to several championship golf courses and surrounded by worldclass shopping,
dining, museums and recreational activities.
CALL FOR PAPERS
You are invited to submit an abstract to be considered for inclusion in the Symposium.
Papers are being solicited for the following topic areas:
- Overview of Semiconductor Manufacturing
- Photo/Etch Hazards and ESH Issues
- Diffusion Hazards and ESH Issues
- Implant Hazards and ESH Issues
- Epi Hazards and ESH Issues
- Facility and Infrastructure ESH Issues
- Energy Conservation - Best Practices
- Water Conservation - Best Practices
- Efficient Utility Designs
- Utility CostProjections
Codes and Regulations
- ESH Codes/Evolving Regulations
- International Codes and Evolving Regulations (RoHS, REACH, WEEE, EuP, etc)
- Facility Related Codes (Building, Mechanical, Plumbing, Fire, Electrical, etc.)
- SEMI Standards
Sustainability / Corporate Social Responsibility
- Design for ESH
- Supply Chain ESH
- Greenhouse Gases/Global Warming/Carbon Neutral
- LEED Certification - New and Existing Buildings
- Emergency Response to New Chemistries
- Crisis Management
Safety and IH Practices
- Ergonomics - Best Practices
- Hazardous Production Materials - Safe Handling
- Industrial Hygiene Practices
- Risk Management Techniques
- Waste Minimization, Recycle, Recovery
- Life Cycle Assessment and Ecological Profiling
- Air Abatement Technologies
- Wastewater Treatment Technologies
ESH Data Management
- ESH Information Technology Solutions
Semiconductor Nanomaterials ESH
- Use of Nanomaterials in Semiconductor Manufacturing
- Toxicity of Nanomaterials
- Exposure Assessments
- Personal Protective Equipment and ESH Controls
Chemical Regulations and Management
- Chemical Inventory Tracking
- International Regulations Compliance Strategies
ESH in the Photovoltaic / Solar Industry
- Comparisons of PV and Semiconductor ESH Hazards
- Materials Handling Safety
- Facility Design ESH
- DHS Regulations Compliance Strategies
Again this year: Vendor Technical Session
If papers are selected, vendors will have an opportunity
to give a technical presentation on their products.
Presentations should be 45 minutes in duration (please include approximately five minutes for questions and answers). Speakers
will be expected to use electronic presentation materials displayed through a data projector.
Abstracts and bios are to be submitted using this web site.
Click here to go to abstract submittal page.
- The deadline for abstract and bio submission is 23 January 2009.
- Notification of acceptance or rejection will begin February 2009.
- Selected speakers must submit a paper or presentation materials by April 2009 for peer review.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES (Half and Full Day Courses)
You are invited to submit a syllabus for a Professional Development Course (PDC) to be held at the Symposium.
Submit abstracts and bios using this web site.
Click here to go to PDC submittal page.
Each course will have a projected summary of expenses and a target audience indication to assist attendees in choosing their courses (details for both can be found on the
online PDC submission form).
- The deadline for PDC syllabus submission is 23 January 2009.
- Notification of acceptance will begin February 2009.
- Final determination on PDC enrollment/breakeven will be April 2009.
If you have any questions, please contact the SESHA Secretariat at (703)790-1745.
We look forward to seeing you May 19-22 in Scottsdale, AZ.
Session and PDC presenters whose abstracts are accepted are encouraged to submit a paper for publication in the SESHA Journal. If the paper is submitted by April 2009 and is accepted for publication, the author will receive a $250 honorarium which will be presented at the 2009 Symposium. (See the editorial guidelines on the SESHA web site.)