The AVS International Symposium and
Exhibition addresses cutting-edge issues
associated with materials, processing, and
interfaces in both the research and
manufacturing communities. The weeklong
Symposium fosters a multidisciplinary
environment that cuts across traditional
boundaries between disciplines, featuring
papers from AVS technical divisions,
technology groups, and focus topics on
emerging technologies. The equipment
exhibition is one of the largest in the
world and provides an excellent opportunity
to view the latest products and services
offered by over 200 participating companies.
More than 2,000 scientists and engineers
gather from around the world to attend.
Short courses are offered in conjunction
with the International Symposium providing
specialized training in specific areas of
vacuum science and related technologies. The
Symposium also provides a Career Center
available to all attendees. The Career
Center covers such topics as résumé
preparation, job search skills, networking,
interviewing skills, and more. The Career
Center provides the opportunity for job
seekers to submit their résumés and meet
with potential employers. Other symposia
features include Tutorials, Professional
Leadership opportunities and several related
Registered AVS attendees are invited to visit the exhibit which comprises an extensive display of tools, equipment, services and consulting for film deposition, surface and interface measurements and analysis, materials, chemicals, supplies, vacuum production and measurement, and related instrumentation for surface, interface and film measurements, as well as professional literature and publications in these topics.
In addition, consultants, engineers, biologists, chemists, physicists, purchasing professionals, scientists, students, technicians, and exhibitor staff working or studying in the fields of applied surface science, biomaterial interfaces, electronic materials and processing, magnetic interfaces, manufacturing science, MEMS/NEMS, nanoscience, thin film, plasma science, surface science, or vacuum technology are welcome to register for FREE.