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semiconductor associations
SEMI is the global industry association serving the manufacturing supply chain for the micro- and nano-electronics industries including Semiconductors, Photovoltaics (PV), High-Brightness LED, Flat Panel Display (FPD), Micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), Printed and flexible electronics, and Related micro- and nano-electronics.

For more than 40 years, SEMI has served its members and the industries it represents through programs, initiatives, and actions designed to advance business and market growth worldwide. SEMI supports its members through a global network of offices, activities, and events in every major electronics manufacturing region around the world.
Del E. Webb School of Construction
Construction management professionals combine knowledge of innovative technologies, construction principles and business management to lead a wide variety of construction projects from residential and commercial buildings to infrastructure projects such as roads, bridges and large facilities.

The Del E. Webb School of Construction at ASU program teaches students to organize, lead and manage the building process. With new technologies and opportunities, construction executives have large responsibilities and impact daily lives.

The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) is the voice of the U.S. semiconductor industry, one of America's top export industries and a key driver of America’s economic strength, national security, and global competitiveness. Semiconductors – microchips that control all modern electronics – enable the systems and products we use to work, communicate, travel, entertain, harness energy, treat illness, and make new scientific discoveries.

The semiconductor industry directly employs nearly a quarter of a million people in the U.S. In 2014, U.S. semiconductor company sales totaled $173 billion, and semiconductors make the global trillion dollar electronics industry possible. SIA seeks to strengthen U.S. leadership of semiconductor manufacturing, design, and research by working with Congress, the Administration and other key industry stakeholders to encourage policies and regulations that fuel innovation, propel business and drive international competition.
flat panel and flexible display associations
The Flexible Electronics Display Center (FEDC) at Arizona State University provides comprehensive flexible electronics capabilities that bridge the high risk, resource intensive gap between innovation and product development in an information-secure environment. Backplane electronics design, fabrication, test and integration capability are all located within the FEDC headquarters at ASU Research Park in Tempe.

The center operates dedicated pilot line toolsets for technology development and for technology demonstrator production. The 6” wafer-scale Pilot Line tools are dedicated to R&D starts and support of the GEN II line including process development and improvement for advanced technology insertion. The GEN II 370 x 470 mm display-scale pilot line tools are dedicated to low-volume manufacturing.
The 6,000 members of SID are professionals in all of the technical and business disciplines that relate to display research, design, manufacturing, applications, marketing, and sales. Each member belongs to the SID chapter of his or her choice. We invite you to join us in developing and manufacturing the displays for the 21st century, and applying them to exciting information, telecommunications, medical, commercial, government, entertainment, and consumer products.
FlexTech Alliance is headquartered in San Jose, California and is devoted to fostering the growth, profitability and success of the flexible and printed electronics supply chain, and the many application areas enabled by this new class of electronic intelligence. FlexTech Alliance offers expanded collaboration between and among industry, academia, and research organizations for advancing flexible, printed electronics from R&D to commercialization.

FlexTech Alliance believes that tomorrow, the world will be healthier, safer, simpler and smarter because of advancements in flexible electronics.
mems associations
MEMS & Sensors Industry Group is the trade association advancing MEMS and sensors across global markets. Over 180 companies comprise MEMS & Sensors Industry Group.

As the “go-to” resource for globally linking the MEMS and sensors supply chain to strategic markets, MEMS & Sensors Industry Group helps companies in and around the MEMS and sensors industry to make meaningful business connections. Device manufacturers, software designers, materials and equipment suppliers, foundry partners, market analysts, and OEM integrators all plug into the MIG network to form alliances that will move their businesses forward.
biotechnology and medical associations
ABSA International (ABSA) was founded in 1984 to promote biosafety as a scientific discipline and serve the growing needs of biosafety professionals throughout the world. The Association's goals are to provide a professional association that represents the interests and needs of practitioners of biological safety, and to provide a forum for the continued and timely exchange of biosafety information.
Pediatrics 2040 has found some of the most innovative startups in medicine and brought them to PEDS 2040! They are our 'Innovation Beach'. It's a great opportunity to learn about new discoveries and read about interesting technology. See the submissions and winners!
Team KIPOW: Increasing Face-time and Playing for Pediatric Weight Loss
Childhood Obesity results in cardiometabolic dysregulation, learning disabilities, and poor stress resilience. Many obese children are from low-income families in the public and charter school system. Federal and state government have drafted policy to provide healthy low-cost or free lunches and have also required 200 minutes of physical education for each 10 days of school. Despite these implementations, there is little data to support improvement in the obesity epidemic. The US Preventative Task Force guidelines recommend greater than 26 hours of face-time for long-term Pediatric weight loss success, which is not attainable in the traditional clinical model. Methods: Team KiPOW (Kid Power!) will help solve this problem. Read more....
environmental, health and safety associations
The Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology (IEST), founded in 1953, is a multidisciplinary, international society whose members are internationally recognized for their contributions to the environmental sciences in the areas of contamination control in electronics manufacturing and pharmaceutical processes; design, test, and evaluation of commercial and military equipment; and product reliability issues associated with commercial and military systems.
engineering associations
ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is a global society advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the built environment. The Society and its members focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability within the industry. Through research, standards writing, publishing and continuing education, ASHRAE shapes tomorrow’s built environment today. ASHRAE was formed as the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers by the merger in 1959 of American Society of Heating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHAE) founded in 1894 and The American Society of Refrigerating Engineers (ASRE) founded in 1904.
ASME is a not-for-profit membership organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing, career enrichment, and skills development across all engineering disciplines, toward a goal of helping the global engineering community develop solutions to benefit lives and livelihoods. Founded in 1880 by a small group of leading industrialists, ASME has grown through the decades to include more than 140,000 members in 151 countries. Thirty-thousand of these members are students.
site selection
Centrally located in New York’s Tech Valley, the Luther Forest Tech Campus is designed and pre-approved global nanotech leaders. Companies that locate here benefit from a world-class technology infrastructure in a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere.
Located at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Marcy, in the heart of Upstate New York, Marcy Nanocenter is a 450-acre greenfield site being developed for the semiconductor industry and is the largest shovel-ready semiconductor site in the world.
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