IRDS & SEMI Interactive Workshop

Tuesday October 10th | 14:00 - 17:30 CDT

Ultrapure Micro is hosting its first ever interactive pre-conference workshop in partnership with the IRDS (International Roadmap for Devices and Systems) and SEMI. Experts leading the way will present roadmaps and case-studies, whilst opening the floor for engagement and discussion throughout.  Join, collaborate, and bridge the gap between facility engineers, leading experts, and solutions providers needed to unlock Facility 2.0. Book your place at UPM 2023 and get an invite to this workshop today

Who should attend?

With recently published white papers addressing KPIs, technology gaps and more, this interactive workshop will explore findings with significant impact on business development for high-purity solutions. Its particularly relevant for:

  • Business development professionals
  • Technologists
  • Facilities engineers
  • Sustainability specialists
  • Instrumentation providers
  • Water Solutions providers

How to attend?

Whether new to the industry or a UPM regular, we would like you to make the most of your time at the conference by inviting you to participate. This workshop is open to all UPM delegates. However, places are limited and will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you’re interested in participating in this workshop, follow the below steps:

  1. Book your delegate pass for UPM 2023 here.
  2. You will receive a confirmation email with the subject line “Registration Confirmation: Ultrapure Micro 2023 – Austin, Texas”.
  3. Follow the link in the email to register interest, and we will be in touch.

Please note that this workshop cannot be attended without a pass for the main conference.

What will you learn?

Experts will discuss roadmaps developed by both the Yield Enhancement (YE) and Environmental Sustainability of the Semiconductor Facilities (ESSF) chapters in the IRDS. SEMI standards informed by this research convey repeatable and practical takeaways for facilities engineers and the supply chain.  Already this year, the newly formed ESSF team approached unchartered territory in publishing KPIs and key technology gaps for water and energy sustainability in a white paper. The YE team is making vital progress in wafer defectivity risk analysis, which will inform the business development for high-purity solutions.

Who will you meet?

You’ll have the opportunity to meet the experts responsible for these developments, shaping the path of innovation and progressing the semiconductor industry. Ask questions, and discuss how your organization can contribute to future change.

If you have any queries, please contact Alice Young at