2019 Lawrence Workshop on Solid State Technology
February 14 – 15, 2019
University Club, Arizona State University Tempe Campus
Tempe, Arizona 85287
The Lawrence Workshop on Solid-State Technology provides a forum for presentations and discussions of recent developments, critical issues and potential future directions in solid-state technology. This forum will address fundamental and practical challenges in materials that are used in advanced computing, photovoltaic, light emitting diode, high power, high speed digital , microwave and superconducting devices.
In the workshop, 12 invited speakers will be asked to discuss the “big questions” facing the most promising future technologies. Topics will range from very fundamental to applied and will cover subjects ranging from materials to devices. Each speaker will give a brief introduction on the current state of the field, what nearterm steps can be taken to answer the question(s) and the resulting impact on fundamental science, practical technology and our society. Each speaker will be given 35 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.
The 2019 Lawrence Workshop on Solid State Technology will be held at the University Club on the Arizona State University campus for a full day on February 14 and a half day on February 15. The University Club can hold up to 80 participants, so it will be large enough to be interesting, but small enough to be very personal and interactive.
Download 2019 Lawrence Workshop Announcement (updated Oct 2018)