ISMI2016 Program and Abstract Book

ISMI2016 Program and Abstract Book (draft, .pdf

Schedule

ISMI2016 Schedule file (.pdf)

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Keynotes


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Energy, Environment and Societal Risks (pdf)

Way Kuo, President, City University of Hong Kong

8/8(Mon) 10:20-11:10

Abstract: We live in a highly technological world, surrounded by the Internet, biological technologies, high-speed trains and sophisticated aircraft, new energy sources, new social movement, wide wealth gap between the rich and poor groups and countries, political and religious differences, and so on. As such we have to face many new challenges which may either improve or threaten our living environment. All these ever-increasing challenges add new risks, and are in the scope of reliability for sustainability. Let us take a look at the various risks and hazards, physical or virtual, that exist in our life worldwide.

Biography: Way Kuo is President of City University of Hong Kong. He is a member of US National Academy of Engineering, an Academician of Academia Sinica, Taiwan, and a Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and Russian Academy of Engineering.  He is renowned for his work in system reliability research and is acknowledged as a pioneer in designing and modeling reliability of electronics systems. 

Professor Kuo has previously worked in the senior management team for Oak Ridge National Laboratory and served as Dean of Engineering at the University of Tennessee.  His popular science book Critical Reflections on Nuclear and Renewable Energy, Scrivener-Wiley 2014, has created an impact since its publication in 2013. The book has been translated into English, Japanese, French and Russian. It has also been published in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Beijing in both traditional and simplified Chinese under different titles.

 

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Industry 4.0 and Sustainable Development (pdf)

Bruce Cheng, Chairman, Delta Group

8/8(Mon) 11:30-12:20

 Biography: BRUCE C.-H. CHENG has personally received numerous honors and awards for his business achievements and contributions to improving the environment. In 2011, Mr. Cheng received the “Distinguished Accomplishment Award” from  the Chinese Professional Management Association. Mr. Cheng was honored as Ernst & Young's 2010 "Entrepreneur of the Year" and "CSR Entrepreneur" for his efforts on global warming and energy efficiency. Mr. Cheng has been named as Taiwan’s “Most Admired Executive” several times by Commonwealth Magazine. In 2008, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) named Asteroid 168126 “Chengbruce” to honor Mr. Cheng’s pursuit of environmental sustainability and green citizenship. The asteroid is the first to be named for a Taiwanese entrepreneur. In 2007, Mr. Cheng received an honorary doctorate from National Central University’s College of Earth Sciences and honorary doctorates in engineering from both the National Cheng Kung University and National Tsing Hua University. In 2006, the Chinese Management Association presented Mr. Cheng with its highest management award. Mr. Cheng founded Delta Electronics in 1971 to produce television components. Prior to that, he held management positions at TRW in engineering, production, and quality control. Mr. Cheng began his career as an aeronautic instrument engineer at Air Asia Co. after receiving a BSEE degree from National Cheng Kung University. In 2010, Mr. Cheng’s autobiography “Solid Power” was published by Commonwealth Publishing. The book shares Mr. Cheng’s stories about founding Delta and guiding its success, and his experience and perspectives from nearly 50 years in the industry, as well as his thoughts on providing innovative, clean and efficient energy solutions for a better tomorrow.

 

Tutorials

Innovative Smart Manufacturing Education with LEGO Robotics (pdf)

Young Jae Jang, Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST), South Korea

8/8(Mon) 14:00-14:50

Dr. Young Jae Jang received the Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT (2007); M.S. degree in Operations Research from MIT Sloan Management School (2003); and M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT (2001). He received B.S degree in Aerospace Engineering from Boston University (1997) with Summa Cum Laude. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). Dr. Jang is also affiliated with Deloitte Consulting Korea as an Analytics Advisor and has been working on various industry business consulting and engineering projects with global companies. His current research includes Stochastic Modeling of the Complex Systems; Optimizations in Operation Algorithm developments; Business Process Modeling utilizing Big Data; and Supply Chain Network Design.

 

Abstract—The development and implementation of a LEGO robotics based project in an undergraduate-level class on manufacturing systems are presented. In industrial engineering (IE), which includes manufacturing as a major application domain, advanced IT technology and automation science have recently been integrated with manufacturing. As modern manufacturing becomes smarter and relies increasingly on automation, a new approach is required for IE education. The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has developed a LEGObased Automated Production System (LAPS) design project module for a manufacturing class, using a LEGO robotics kit and MATLAB LEGO support software. In this project, students design and develop an automated production line using LEGO. The aim of the project is to motivate the students to learn about the dynamic flow behavior of production lines and about the design and analysis of manufacturing automation by working through the LAPS design activity. After two years of pilot trials and official implementation in an undergraduate manufacturing class with 32 students, it is found that the LAPS project is significantly effective in motivating students. A survey and class evaluation also show that students are very satisfied with the class involving the LAPS project. This paper describes how innovations in IE education are possible with new educational technology such as LEGO robotics kits. It also demonstrates how LEGO robotics can be used to effectively teach the dynamic flow behavior of manufacturing systems and how to design manufacturing systems while taking account of this dynamic behavior.

 

Recent Advances in Hybrid Metaheuristics for Stochastic Manufacturing Scheduling (pdf)

Mitsuo Gen, Fuzzy Logic Systems Institute and Tokyo University of Science, Japan

8/9(Tue) 11:10-12:00

Professor Mitsuo Gen received the B.E., M.E., and Ph.D. degrees in electronic engineering from Kogakuin University in 1969, 1971, and 1975, respectively, the Ph.D. degree in informatics from Kyoto University, Japan, in 2006. He is a Senior Research Scientist with Fuzzy Logic Systems Institute and a Visiting Professor at Tokyo University of Science, Japan. He was a Professor with the Graduate School of Information, Production and Systems, Waseda University, Japan. He was a Visiting Professor with the IEEM, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, from 2012 to 2013, a Hanyang Chair Professor with Hanyang University, Korea, from 2011 to 2012, and a Visiting Professor with the University of California, Berkeley, from 1999 to 2000 and Texas A&M University in 2000. His research interest includes evolutionary algorithms, manufacturing scheduling, logistics network, and decision making. He has coauthored five books such as Introduction to Evolutionary Algorithms in 2010 and Network Models and Optimization: Multiobjective Genetic Algorithm Approach (Springer) in 2008. He is an Area Editor of Computers & Industrial Engineering and an Editorial Board Member of several international journals.

 

Abstract—Recent manufacturing systems have been one of the most rapid developing areas in the last decade in particular in the semiconductor manufacturing. Real world manufacturing scheduling problems pose on more complex and uncertain issues, such as complex structure, nonlinear constraints, uncertain factors and multiple objectives to be handled simultaneously and make the problem intractable to the traditional approaches because of NP-hard combinatorial optimization problems. In order to develop solution algorithms that are in a sense "good," that is, whose computational time is small within a few minutes, or at least reasonable for NP-hard combinatorial problems met in practice, we have to consider the following issues:

- Quality of solution,

- Computational time and

- Effectiveness of the nondominated solutions for the multiple objective combinatorial optimization problems.

Otherwise Evolutionary Algorithm (EA) as one of metaheuristics is based on principles from evolution theory and it is very powerful and broadly applicable stochastic search and optimization technique which is effective for solving various NP hard combinatorial problems in complex information processing and decision making systems. The tutorial talk will be firstly introduced a brief survey of several metaheuristics based on EA and then the following recent topics in Stochastic Manufacturing Scheduling by hybrid metaheuristics such as EDA, PSO and HSS-MoEA methods:

- Stochastic Flexible Job-hop Scheduling model by Hybrid EDA,

- Stochastic Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling model by MoEDA,

- Stochastic Multiobjective Assembly Line Balancing model by HSS-MoEA.

 

Awards

  • This recognition will be awarded in two categories: Best Paper Award (with $500 USD honorarium) and Best Student Paper Award (with $500 USD honorarium).

  • To be eligible, the candidates should have selected one of the following options to present an accepted full paper at ISMI2016 (http://DALab.ie.nthu.edu.tw/ISMI2016/) and should present it during the conference.

  1. Regular: to be eligible for the Best Paper Award

  2. Student: Student: to be eligible for the Best Student Paper Award. Student must be the first author or corresponding author, and the presenter.

  • Candidate papers should be submitted through the regular submission process by selecting one of the topics. All papers must be written in English with a max length of 8 pages . For paper format, submission, and related information, please visit: http://DALab.ie.nthu.edu.tw/ISMI2016/ .

  • According to the average evaluation scores of paper review, less than 20% of the candidates will be nominated as the finalists.

  • Each of the finalists will make a presentation at one of the award competition sessions on August 8 (Monday).

  • The jury will be nominated and chaired by the committee of ISMI conference.

  • The names of the winners will be announced during the Banquet and Award Ceremony Dinner of the conference. The winners will obtain a diploma, $500 USD honorarium as well as the opportunity to publish the extended version of the distinguished work in special issue of the international journal.

 

Exhibition

Maker - UndoBox Factory (密室桌遊自造工場)

Flyer Lai, Founder & CEO, 3DPC.tw (賴信吉,享印學堂創辦人)

8/8 (Mon) 15:10 – 15:50

Room 144, 1F, MXIC Building

 

Industry & Local Cultural Tour

Theme:

MediaTek Inc.

Macronix International Co., Ltd.

麻布山林 of AUO

Session Chair:

Ming-Chuan Chiu, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Jin-Tang Peng, Yuanpei University of Medical Technology, Taiwan

Meeting Point: MXIC Building 1F (Venue), NTHU, leave by 09:00

Time: 09:00 - 15:30

Trip:

09:00 – 09:30 From MXIC Building, NTHU (Venue) to Macronix International Co., Ltd.

09:30 – 10:30 Visit Macronix International Co., Ltd.

10:30 – 11:00 From Macronix International Co., Ltd. To MediaTek Inc.

11:00 – 12:00 Visit MediaTek Inc.

12:00 – 12:40 From MediaTek Inc. to 麻布山林 of AUO

12:40 – 14:40 Lunch at 麻布山林 of AUO

14:40 – 15:30 Return to MXIC Building, NTHU (Venue)

 

Program

ISMI2016 Program file (.pdf)

August 7th (Sunday)

16:00 - 18:00  Registration (Tsing Hua Guest House Lobby)

 

August 8th (Monday)

08:00 - 08:30  Registration (MXIC Building 1F)

08:30 - 10:00  Student Paper Award Finalist (International Conference Hall, 1F)

Session Chair: 

Li Li, Tongji University, China
Ling-Chieh Kung, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Thomas Ponsignon, Infineon Technologies AG, Germany

12  Dynamic Coordinated Scheduling in The Supply Chain under Uncertain Processing Time

Thitipong Jamrus and Chen-Fu Chien

31  Semiconductor Manufacturing Scheduling with Queue Time Constraint Using Lagrangian Relaxation

Chin-Chen Chou and I-Hsuan Hong

36  Equipment Anomaly Detection and Automatic Fault Fingerprint Extraction in Semiconductor Manufacturing

Hamideh Rostami, Jakey Blue and Claude Yugma

49  Overhead Shuttle Design for a Flat Panel Display Production Line Considering the Contactless Power Supply Capacity

Ill Hoe Hwang, Young Jae Jang, Hakyoung Choi, Meixiang Jin, Sunil Kim, and In-Ho Moon

 

10:15 10:20 Opening (International Conference Hall, 1F)

Session Chair: Chen-Fu Chien, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

Speaker: Sinn-Wen Chen, Senior VP of Academic Affairs, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

 

10:20 11:10 Keynote Speech I (International Conference Hall, 1F)

Title: Energy, Environment and Societal Risks

Speaker: Way Kuo, President, City University of Hong Kong

Session Chair: Hiroshi Katayama, Waseda University, Japan

 

11:30 12:20 Keynote Speech II (International Conference Hall, 1F)

Title: Industry 4.0 and Sustainable Developments

Speaker: Bruce Cheng, Founder and Honorary Chairman, Delta Group

Session Chair: Chen-Fu Chien, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

 

12:20 – 14:00 Lunch (Smile Café斯麥爾咖啡館, 1F)

 

14:00 14:50 Tutorial Talk I (Room 245, 2F)

Title: Innovative Smart Manufacturing Education with LEGO Robotics

Speaker: Young Jae Jang, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea

Session Chair:  Jia-Nian Zheng, Asia University, Taiwan

Jia-Nian Zheng, Asia University, Taiwan
Joe Lin, Soochow University, Taiwan

 

15:10 15:50 Exhibition (Room 245, 2F)

Title: Maker - UndoBox Factory (密室桌遊自造工場)

Demo by: Flyer Lai, Founder and CEO, 3DPC.tw (賴信吉,享印學堂創辦人)

 

16:10 – 17:50 Technical Sessions 1

16:10 17:50 Session A1 (Seminar Room 1, 3F)

Topic: Simulation-based Manufacturing System

Session Chair: Gen-Han Wu, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan

43  Simulation-based Hybrid Algorithms for Dispatching Scheduling in Semiconductor Wafer Fabrication System

Ke-Hsuan Chen and Gen-Han Wu

58  Numerical Study to Compare Global and Local Perspectives in PM Planning Optimization for Semiconductor Wafer Fabricators

Jinho Shin and James Morrison

30  Modeling and Simulation of Engineering Activities in Semiconductor Supply Chains

Timm Ziarnetzky, Thomas Ponsignon, Lars Mönch, Hans Ehm

40  Discrete-event Simulation Applications in the Semiconductor Manufacturing Domain: A Survey

Lars Mönch, Thomas Ponsignon, Hans Ehm and John Fowler

 

16:10 17:50 Session B1 (Seminar Room 2, 3F)

Topic: Intelligent Data and Process Analysis

Session Chair: Bernardo Nugroho Yahya, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea

52  A Method to Enhance Event Logs using Sequential Rule Mining

Feri Setiawan and Bernardo Nugroho Yahya

14  Data Mining Approach for Clean Room Trend Tracking and Conditional Monitoring

Marzieh Khakifirooz, Chen-Fu Chien, Ying-Jen Chen

23  Prediction Model for Waiting Time of Semiconductor Wafer Fabrication Facility Based on Matrix Factorization

Zhihong Min, Li Li

29  Multi-layer Data Analysis Framework Based Cycle Time Prediction Method for Semiconductor Wafer Fabrication Facility

Junya Tang, Li Li

 

16:10 – 17:50 Technical Sessions 1

 

16:10 17:50 Session C1 (Seminar Room 3, 3F)

Topic: Network and Typology Analysis

Session Chair: Koichi Murata, Nihon University, Japan

25  A Network Analysis of Salesperson Behavior in Face-to-face Sales in a Cosmetics Store

Koichi Murata

55  On Location Design Problem of Distribution Centres for Large-scale Logistics Operation

Tsubasa Suzuki, Hiroshi Katayama, Nobuyuki Hayashi, Keisuke Harigaya and Norio Ishiwatari

45  Construction of Comprehensive Analysis Platform for Typology and an Application

Nozomi Igami, Shinya Mizuno and Naokazu Yamaki

13  For Fab Layout Design to Enhance Overall Space Effectiveness

Yi-Fen Hu, Chen-Fu Chien and Chih-Han Hu

 

16:10 17:50 Session D1 (Seminar Room 4, 3F)

Topic: Supply Chain Management

Session Chair: Qiuhong Zhao, Beihang University, China

19  The Case of Taiwan’s TFT-LCD Industry: Roadmap for a Successful Grand Alliance

Chia-Yen Lee, Ho-Chien Chang

27  To be a Green Producer or a Fraud: The Incentives for a Traditional Manufacturer’s Choice

Qi Zhang, Qiu-Hong Zhao

9   Coordination Effect of Competitive Fairness Preference on Stackelberg Supply Chain

Ju-Ning Su, Meng-Jun Fu, and Li-Yao Tan

28  Performance-based Adjustment Mechanism for Concession Contracts

Yashuai Li, Xueqing Zhang, Jichang Zhao and Qiuhong Zhao

 

18:30 Welcome Dinner (Casa De Socrates Café蘇格貓底二手書咖啡屋)

 

August 9th (Tuesday)

08:30 – 09:00 Registration (MXIC Building 1F)

 

09:00 10:50 ISMI Paper Award Finalist (Room 245, 2F)

Session Chair:

Lars Mönch, University of Hagen, Germany

James R. Morrison, KAIST, South Korea

Cheng-Hung Wu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

21  Theory of Constraints: The Myths and Clarification

Kan Wu

26  Lean Production System Design for Semiconductor Crystal Pulling Manufacturing Using the Taguchi Method and Simulation Optimization

Yuan-Fen Wen, Taho Yang and Zong-Rui Hsieh

33  Modelling and Performance Evaluation of a Micro Battery Production Line

Mehrdad Mohammadi, Claude Yugma, Stéphane Dauzere-Peres, Thierry Mohr, Jean-Pierre Levivier and Leon Vermarien

34  Dynamic Scheduling for Semiconductor Production Line Based on Composite Rule

Yumin Ma, Wenjing Wu, Fei Qiao, Zhihong Min and Li Li

 

11:10 12:00 Tutorial Talk II (Room 245, 2F)

Title: Recent Advances in Hybrid Metaheuristics for Stochastic Manufacturing Scheduling

Speaker: Mitsuo Gen, Fuzzy Logic Systems Institute and Tokyo University of Science, Japan

Session Chair:

Gyu M. Lee, Department of Industrial Engineering,
Pusan National University, South Korea

12:00 – 13:40 Lunch (Smile Café斯麥爾咖啡館, 1F)

13:40 – 15:20 Technical Sessions 2

13:40 15:20 Session A2 (Seminar Room 1, 3F)

Topic: Intelligent Manufacturing Decisions

Session Chair:

Jakey Blue, Microelectronics Center of Provence at
École des Mines de Saint-Étienne, France

53  Efficient Control for Automated Material Handling Systems through Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications

Yen-Shao Chen, Shi-Chung Chang and Cheng-Hung Wu

54  Production Control under Sequential Process Queue Time Constraints

Cheng-Hung Wu, Bo-Chen Pan, Fang-Yi Zhou

46  Simulation-based Assessment of Lot Handling Policies for Semiconductor Backend Operations

Markus Stachl, Katharina Schellenberger, Thomas Ponsignon and Sascha Krall

57  Improved Lot Residency Time Predictions in Exit Recursion Models of Manufacturing Equipment for Fab-level Simulation

Juhyeong Ha, Jiyoon Lee and James R. Morrison

 

13:40 15:20 Session B2 (Seminar Room 2, 3F)

Topic: Intelligent Decision under Uncertainty

Session Chair: Sirirat Sae Lim, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

5   The Detection of Possible Illness of the Engineers in the Hsinchu Science Park Based on the Target of Disease Prevention

Yi-Wen Chen, Hui-Ling Wang, and Ming-Chuan Chiu

48  Imperfect Multi-Stage Lean Manufacturing System with Rework under Fuzzy Demand

Muhammad Tayyab, Biswajit Sarkar, Bernardo Nugroho Yahya

56  A Hybrid Scheme based on Fuzzy Inference Systems and Its Application to Industry 4.0 – Recipe Simplification

Shin-Jye Lee and Sirirat Sae Lim

47  The Application of Autocorrelation Function to Calculate the Work Days of Power Customers

Yi-Chao Huang and Yu-Wen Huang

 

13:40 – 15:20 Technical Sessions 2

13:40 15:20 Session C2 (Seminar Room 3, 3F)

Topic: Sensing based Intelligent Systems

Session Chair: Hayato Ohwada, Tokyo University of Science, Japan

38  Logic Based Pattern Extraction from Human Behavior

Atsushi Matsumoto, Sho Ushikubo, Eiji Uchida, Takeshi Yamada and Hayato Ohwada

39  Real-time Outpatient Scheduling Considering Lateness

Naoki Ike, Taku Harada, Aya Ishigaki, Hiroyuki Nishiyama, and Kenichi Negishi

42  Machine Learning to Detect Drowsy Driving by Inductive Logic Programming using a 3D Camera

Hiroyuki Nishiyama, Yusuke Saito, and Hayato Ohwada

59  Linking the Optimization to the Art: An Efficient K-Continuous Line Drawing Using Image Segmentation, Stippling, and the Traveling Salesman Problem

Yanjie Zhou and Gyu M. Lee

 

13:40 15:20 Session D2 (Seminar Room 4, 3F)

Topic: Advanced Scheduling and Planning

Session Chair: Claude Yugma, Microelectronics Center of Provence at
École des Mines de Saint-Étienne, France

44  Parallel Computing Genetic Algorithms for Scheduling in the Electronic Chemicals Industry

Jia-Nian Zheng

17  Using Genetic algorithm to Optimize the Wafer Exposure Yield

Hung-Kai Wang and Chen-Fu Chien

41  Building Blocks of a Matheuristic for Scheduling Jobs on Parallel Batch Processing Machines

Sebastian Roob and Lars Mönch

 

15:40 – 17:20 Technical Sessions 3

15:40 17:20 Session A3 (Seminar Room 1, 3F)

Topic: Meta-heuristic and Intelligent Decisions

Session Chair: Jia-Nian Zheng, Asia University, Taiwan

15  Uncertain Regret Decision Model for Capacity Planning in Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry

Wenhan Fu and Chen-Fu Chien

16  R&D Portfolio Scheduling with Multi-objective under Uncertain Conditions

Chen-Fu Chien and Nhat-To Huynh

35  Multi-objective Non-identical Parallel Machines Scheduling by Adaptive Particle Swarm Optimization

Chettha Chamnanlor, Kanchana Sethanan, and Chen-Fu Chien

 

15:40 17:20 Session B3 (Seminar Room 2, 3F)

Topic: Intelligent Fault Detection

Session Chair: Chien-Liang Liu, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

20  NMF with Application in Detecting Defects on LED Substrate

Ssu-Han Chen, Ai-Huei Chiou, Chien-Chih Wang

11  Multivariate Analysis Model of Fault Detection and Classification in Semiconductor Manufacturing

Yi-Chia Wu, Bo-Cheng Wang, Ying-Jen Chen and Chen-Fu Chien

37  Data Sampling to Imbalanced Data of Industrial Plant Fault Prediction

Yao-Chung Tu, Ching-Hsien Lee, Wen-Hoar Hsaio, and Chien-Liang Liu

 

15:40 17:20 Session C3 (Seminar Room 3, 3F)

Topic: Optimization and Applications

Session Chair: Wu-Hsun Chung, National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan

4   Product Packaging System Optimization in a Supply Chain Considering Sustainability

Shin-Han Lin, Wu-Hsun Chung, Ming-Chuan Chiu

50  An Efficient Simulation Optimization Method for Generalized Redundancy Allocation Problem

Kuo-Hao Chang and Po-Yi Kuo

51  Multi-dimensional Time-Gap Algorithm with Distributed Computation

Riska A. Sutrisnowati, Iq R. Pulshashi, Hyerim Bae, and Bernardo N. Yahya

 

18:00 Farewell Banquet & Awards Ceremony (The Peng’s Banquet新竹彭園會館)

Event Chair: Kuo-Yi Lin, Asia University, Taiwan

Award Organizing Chair: Chia-Yen Lee, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

 

August 10th (Wednesday)

09:00 – 15:30 Industry & Local Cultural Tour

Theme: MediaTek Inc., Macronix International Co., Ltd., and麻布山林 of AUO

Session Chair:

Ming-Chuan Chiu, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Jin-Tang Peng, Yuanpei University of Medical Technology, Taiwan

Meeting Point: MXIC Building 1F (Venue), NTHU, leave by 09:00

Trip:

09:00 – 09:30 From MXIC Building, NTHU (Venue) to Macronix International Co., Ltd.

09:30 – 10:30 Visit Macronix International Co., Ltd.

10:30 – 11:00 From Macronix International Co., Ltd. To MediaTek Inc.

11:00 – 12:00 Visit MediaTek Inc.

12:00 – 12:40 From MediaTek Inc. to 麻布山林 of AUO

12:40 – 14:40 Lunch at 麻布山林 of AUO

14:40 – 15:30 Return to MXIC Building, NTHU (Venue)

 

Important Dates

 

  • Deadline for submission of special session proposals:
March 31, 2016
  • Deadline for submission of papers/abstracts:
June 10, 2016
  • Notice of Acceptance:

June 15, 2016

  • Camera Ready Manuscript Submission:

June 30, 2016


Last update:08/04/2016