L-EDIT / MEMSPRO Workshop
January 23 to 24, 2020 in Vancouver, BC, Canada
The prime target attendees are those who are interested in providing training and support for L-edit/MEMSPro tool to other users in their research groups. To be eligible as a trainer:
- You agree to be identified and act as the designated trainer for your research group;
- You are a faculty, student, or research staff from a Canadian Academic Institution;
- Limit 1 per research group; and
- You have (or have a supervisor with) a CMC Subscription.
Registration is also open to academics and industrial participation.
|January 23 and 24, 2020||8:00 am to 5:00 pm||UBC – Robson Square
800 Robson Street
Vancouver, BC, V7Z 3B7.
|See the course details.|
Pricing and Registration
|Trainer: See the Trainer Requirements.||$100||Closed.|
|Academic with Subscription||$200|
|Dr. Mary Ann Maher||Dr. Mary Ann Maher received her PhD from Caltech in 1989 in the area of semiconductor device modeling developing a new charge-based transistor model. At Caltech, she conducted research in the area of neuromorphic systems, analog circuits and transistor modeling. She pursued post doctoral studies at the CSEM in Neuchatel, Switzerland, where she studied analog memories and designed low power analog ICs with on-chip sensors for artificial vision applications. At Tanner Research she began the simulation and modeling group and launched Tanner’s T-Spice analog circuit simulator product. She then became the Software Architect responsible for specifications for layout, routing, simulation, analysis, schematic and viewing design tools. As Director of Advanced Products, she brought to market Tanner’s MEMS Pro microsystem and MCM Pro multi-chip module and packaging design tool suites. Moving to MEMSCAP, she became the company’s CTO and later the General Manager and Executive Vice President of the Design Automation Business Unit. In 2004, she started SoftMEMS, LLC, the maker of the popular microsystems design tools – MEMS Pro and MEMS Xplorer, where she serves as CEO.|
For those participants registering as Trainers, CMC will provide 100% reimbursement for travel and accommodations in accordance with the Queen’s University Travel Policy.
Academics with Subscription (Non-Trainers)
CMC will provide reimbursement for limited subsidized travel and accommodations, in accordance with the following:
- Academics travelling between 50-250 km each way are eligible for subsidy up to $700.00
- Academics travelling over 250 km each way are eligible for subsidy up to $1000.00
- CMC will not provide a subsidy for travel within 50 km each way.
For more information on CMC’s travel and accommodation guidelines, see Travel Procedures.
If you plan to apply for a travel subsidy, please read all the policies and guidelines listed above to ensure that you are qualified for the subsidy, and then follow the procedures and requirements to apply.
Note: Original detailed itemized receipts are a mandatory requirement for all travel-related expenses, including meals.
If you have any comments or questions regarding the course content or registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course cancellations must be received in writing at least one (1) week before the beginning date of the course in question to receive a full refund of the registration fee. A cancellation made after the deadline will not receive a refund. CMC Microsystems makes no commitments on refunds for travel or accommodations.