Call for Papers

"Artificial Intelligence in Semiconductor Manufacturing"

The call for papers is directed to

Scientific Community


LED, Flat Panel, MEMS,
and other relevant industries

The European Advanced Process Control and Manufacturing (apc|m) Conference is focussed on

Current challenges
and future needs of
Advanced Process Control
and Manufacturing Excellence

Important Dates:

Abstract Submission Deadline:
January 29, 2021

Author Information of Acceptance:
February 7, 2021

Please prepare an abstract, which is limited to two pages of text and two pages for figures, if needed. Summarize your theme in as much detail as allowed by the page number limitation.

Your abstract must describe clearly:

  1. Your suggestion of one or more fitting topic(s) for your contribution from the topic list
  2. Motivation / Purpose of your contribution
  3. Description of the approach
  4. Innovation of this approach
  5. Achieved results of your work

There will be oral presentations and a poster session - please indicate your preference. All abstracts must be submitted in Open Document format (Libre Office, Open Office) or MS Office format. Please submit your files by the online submission form.

On behalf of Silicon Saxony the program committee is solely responsible for acceptance or rejection of any submissions. Abstracts, presentations, papers, posters, and any other material presented at the European apc|m conference must NOT contain CONFIDENTIAL or PROPRIETARY information.

No advertisement is allowed. Suppliers’ presentations should show concrete applications at customers’ site or concrete cases of problem solving.
Joint presentations with customers will be appreciated.

Any presentation or poster submissions must not have been published in any other external meeting or periodical or contain a significant amount of previously published material. Silicon Saxony reserves the right to reproduce any accepted abstracts, presentations, and posters in the conference proceedings.

To ensure clarity, you are asked to follow the structure given in the Abstract master file.