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SPIE Advanced Lithography 2011 Photo Gallery

SPIE Advanced Lithography

27 February - 3 March 2011
San Jose, California, Marriott Hotel and Convention Center

To request copies of any of the posted photographs, email your request to media@spie.org.

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Wednesday 2 March

Tuesday 1 March

Monday 28 February


Wednesday 2 March

Record attendance at the poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography

Coffee break

Chris Mack, future editor of JM3 starting in 2012, and Advanced Lithography Symposium Chair Donis Flagello

Coffee break at SPIE Advanced Lithography

Theodore Fedynyshyn and Grant Willson, coffee break at SPIE Advanced Lithography

Coffee break at SPIE Advanced Lithography

Still going strong: Day 2 of the exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lilthography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lilthography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lilthography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lilthography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lilthography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lilthography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lithography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lilthography exhibition

Overflowing conference rooms

SPIE Advanced Lithography

SPIE Advanced Lithography

SPIE Advanced Lithography

SPIE Advanced Lithography


Tuesday 1 March

Open for business: the exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lithography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lithography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lithography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lithography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lithography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lithography exhibition

SPIE Advanced Lithography exhibition

Networking: Women in Optics

Women in Optics

Women in Optics at SPIE Advanced Lithography

Lithographic Jeopardy

SPIE Advanced Lithography

SPIE Advanced Lithography

Posters and networking

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session

SPIE Advanced Lithography poster session


Monday 28 February

Plenary talks

Luc Van den hove at SPIE Advanced Lithography

Shang-y Chiang at SPIE Advanced Lithography

SPIE Advanced Lithography plenary audience

Symposium leaders

Donis Flagello, Bill Arnold, and Harry Levinson at SPIE Advanced Lithography

Andrew Neureuther receives the Frits Zernike Award

Donis Flagello and Fritz Zernike Award winner Andrew Neureuther

New Fellows of the Society

Bill Arnold with new SPIE Fellow Ahmed Hassanein

Bill Arnold and new SPIE Fellow Naoya Hayashi

Bill Arnold with new SPIE Fellow John Peterson

Bill Arnold with new SPIE Fellow Robert Socha

Best paper awards

Diana Nyyssonen Award winners

C. Grant Willson Award winners (sponsored by IBM)

Jeffrey Byers Memorial Award winners (sponsored by TEL Tokyo Electron)

Nothing is better than being there in person

SPIE Advanced Lithography 2011

SPIE Advanced Lithography 2011

SPIE Advanced Lithography 2011

SPIE Advanced Lithography 2011

Panel discussions

BACUS panel discussion

Nanotechnology in Microlithography panel


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