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					A DVANCE P ROGRAM          AND   R EGISTRATION

                     IMAPS Advanced Technology Workshop on
      Thermal Management for High Performance
      Computing and Telcom/Wireless Applications
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                                         OCTOBER 24-26, 2002

GENERAL CHAIR:                                                           SESSION OUTLINE
Dave Saums
Ceramics Process Systems
                                            SESSION 1: MARKET DRIVERS AND ECONOMICS IN THERMAL MANAGEMENT
Corporation                                 Chair: Dave Saums, Ceramics Process Systems Corporation
P: 978-499-4990
dsaums@msn.com                              SESSION 2A: ADVANCES IN THERMAL SOLUTION DESIGN FOR COMPUTING
                                            SYSTEMS I
TECHNICAL PROGRAM CHAIR:                    Chair: Cullen Bash, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Herman Chu
Procket Networks, Inc.                      SESSION 2B: ADVANCES IN THERMAL SOLUTION DESIGN FOR COMPUTING
P: 408-635-7872                             SYSTEMS I (CONTINUED)
herman.chu@procket.com
                                            Chair: Cullen Bash, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
TECHNICAL PROGRAM CO-CHAIR:
                                            SESSION 3A: ADVANCES IN THERMAL MATERIALS
David Copeland
                                            Chair: David Copeland, Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Inc.
Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Inc.
P: 408-943-7785
copeland@fla.fujitsu.com                    SESSION 3B: ADVANCES IN THERMAL MATERIALS (CONTINUED)
                                            Chair: David Copeland, Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Inc.

                                            SESSION 4A: REFRIGERATION AND ALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS
                                            Chair: John Peeples, KryoTech, Inc.

                                            SESSION 4B: REFRIGERATION AND ALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS (CONTINUED)
                                            Chair: John Peeples, KryoTech, Inc.

                                            SESSION 5: ADVANCES IN THERMAL SOLUTION DESIGN FOR COMPUTING II
                                            Chair: Herman Chu, Procket Networks, Inc.


          SPONSORED BY:                     SESSION 6: SYSTEM-LEVEL TELCOM/WIRELESS THERMAL MANAGEMENT
                                            Chair: Bill Maltz, Electronic Cooling Solutions, Inc.
            (IMAPS)
INTERNATIONAL MICROELECTRONICS                           $AVE ON THE TECHNICAL PROGRAM REGISTRATION
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M                          essage from the General Chair
The IMAPS Advanced Technology Workshop on Thermal Management for High-Performance Computing and Telcom/
Wireless Systems is now in its tenth year. This workshop has covered a variety of thermal management topics and
the nature of those topics has changed as the needs of the electronics industry have changed. The focus for this
2002 Workshop is driven by the rapidly increasing importance of thermal considerations in computing and telcom
module and system design. The goal of the organizing committee is to provide a highly practical forum for discussion
of very current issues and developments in thermal management hardware, materials, and problem-solving methods.

The Workshop this year has an outstanding program and roster of speakers; the number of abstracts received
significantly exceeded the original number planned for, which was 34. This original target number was an aggressive
and optimistic plan in a difficult economic environment. The success of the 2001 program has brought significant
interest from potential new speakers. We have expanded the program to accommodate two additional speakers
beyond the original plan, reflecting the number of abstracts received. In addition, we have split up some of the
sessions to avoid running as late in the evening as was the case previously. While the organizing committee received
some excellent comments regarding last year’s program and speakers, we had set a very demanding schedule. For
2002, we have revised the schedule in order to incorporate a greater number of presentations while maintaining a
slightly shorter program each evening. The single track of presentations is believed to be very important to maintain
the highest quality and best value for attendees.

In 2001, a new session was added which attempted to bring some light to the particular market factors and economic
drivers that are exerting strong influences on thermal design specifically and on the computing and telcom markets
generally. This session, Market Drivers and Economics, was well received and as such has been continued this year;
it is a difficult and demanding session to find appropriate speakers for.

For 2002, another new session has been added to this Workshop, again reflecting changes in requirements for
computing systems packaging: Refrigeration and Alternative Systems. This session was also expected to require
careful and determined efforts in order to assemble a meaningful set of topics and speakers. In fact, this proved to be
the first to be locked up and again with more excellent speakers than we had originally planned for. Reorganization of
the Workshop schedule enabled all of the accepted abstracts to be included for this session. The organizing committee
believes that the thermal management design community will find this to be an excellent and highly useful session,
driven by the continuing and rapid increases in heat flux for processors and other semiconductor components for
computing systems.

The net result is that this ATW has grown from 19 presentations in 1997 and 14 in 1999, for example, to a total of 36
presentations in this 2002 program.

Therefore, I would like to say in advance that a round of thanks is due to the Technical Program Chair, Co-Chair, and
the Session Chairs whom you see listed in this program. Each of these people is a professional in their field with very
busy schedules. This is a volunteer team that has worked hard at topic development in the appropriate sessions and
formulating the program that we now have put together; this activity has been ongoing on a weekly basis since early
Spring.

Please note that there is a second thermal event that is co-located with this ATW: the EIA JEDEC JC15.1 Thermal
Standards Subcommittee Meeting on October 23-24, at the Sheraton Palo Alto. Information is included herein.

We solicit your attention and expect that attendees will find this to be a worthy program. For 2003, current planning
now includes serious consideration of co-location of a new ATW in the same week at the same location as this
Workshop, in order to minimize travel and again provide an additional level of excellent and practical programs for
attendees.

Your comments and opinions on this Workshop will be appreciated and will be essential to planning for 2003.

Thank You,

Dave Saums
General Chair
             Thursday, October 24                                  TWO-PHASE LOOP THERMOSYPHON
                                                                   Monem Beitelmal, Chandrakant D. Patel, Hewlett-Packard
                                                                   Laboratories
               REGISTRATION OPENS: 10:00 AM                        THERMAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR GRAPHICS PROCESSORS AND
  Workshop materials available for pick-up at Registration Desk.
                                                                   CARDS
            BUFFET LIGHT LUNCH: NOON - 1:30 PM                     Jake Kim, nVidia Corporation


         OPENING REMARKS: 1:30 PM - 1:45 PM
            DAVE SAUMS, GENERAL CHAIR                                              Friday, October 25
       TECHNICAL OVERVIEW: 1:45 - 2:00 PM                                          REGISTRATION: 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
     HERMAN CHU AND DAVID COPELAND, TECHNICAL
                 PROGRAM CHAIRS                                                     BREAKFAST: 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

      SESSION 1: MARKET DRIVERS AND ECONOMICS                       SESSION 2B: ADVANCES IN THERMAL SOLUTION DESIGN
               IN THERMAL MANAGEMENT                                      FOR COMPUTING SYSTEMS I (CONTINUED)
                 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm                                                      8:30 am - 10:00 am
                      CHAIR:                                                                  CHAIR:
 Dave Saums, Ceramics Process Systems Corporation                          Cullen Bash, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

THERMAL MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE                 MANUFACTURING AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF FLAT PLATE
32/64 PROCESSORS                                                   MICRO HEAT PIPES
Tom Dolbear, AMD, Computation Products Group                       Seok Hwan Moon, ETRI, Microsystem Team

CROSSING INDUSTRY BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENT NEW CONCEPTS               LOW-COST LIQUID COOLING SOLUTION IN THE ATE INDUSTRY
FOR PROCESSOR AND OPTOELECTRONICS PACKAGING                        Eric C. Olson, Sarosh Patel, Teradyne, Inc.
Dave Saums, Ceramics Process Systems Corporation
                                                                   SOLID STATE MICROCOOLERS FOR THERMAL MANAGEMENT OF
                        BREAK: 3:00 PM                             PHOTONIC CIRCUITS
                                                                   Ali Shakouri, University of California
USE OF FLUOROCARBON LIQUIDS FOR COOLING COMMERCIAL
SYSTEMS                                                                                    BREAK: 10:00 AM
Phil Tuma, 3M Company
                                                                        SESSION 3A: ADVANCES IN THERMAL MATERIALS
ALTERNATIVE REFRIGERANTS FOR REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS AND                                10:30 am - Noon
OPTIONS FOR PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT                                                         CHAIR:
Reinhard Radermacher, University of Maryland                         David Copeland, Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Inc.

CHALLENGES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A THETA-JC THERMAL                DEVELOPMENTS IN THERMAL INTERFACE MATERIALS FOR BURN-IN
TEST STANDARD                                                      Jerry Tustaniwskyj, Unisys Corporation
Bruce Guenin, Sun Microsystems; Bernie Siegal, Thermal Engineer-
ing Associates, Inc.                                               HIGH-PERFORMANCE THERMAL INTERFACE MATERIALS WITH
                                                                   MORPHING FILLERS
            RECEPTION/DINNER: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM                    Sanjay Misra, The Bergquist Company

 SESSION 2A: ADVANCES IN THERMAL SOLUTION DESIGN                   OPTIMIZING THE VOLUME OF THERMAL INTERFACE MATERIAL
             FOR COMPUTING SYSTEMS I                               Andy Delano, Hewlett-Packard Company
                    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
                                                                                        LUNCH: NOON - 1:00 PM
                         CHAIR:
       Cullen Bash, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

FLEXIBLE SYSTEM THERMAL DESIGN TO ACCOMMODATE CHANG-
ING THERMAL/COST REQUIREMENTS
Paul Artman, Dell Computer
     SESSION 3B: ADVANCES IN THERMAL MATERIALS                       THERMAL MANAGEMENT FOR ELECTRONICS COOLING USING A
                    (CONTINUED)                                      MINIATURE COMPRESSOR
                                                                     James G. Maveety, Gregory M. Chrysler, Eduardo A. Sanchez, Intel
                   1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
                                                                     Corporation; Matthew F.W. Brown, KryoTech, Inc.
                         CHAIR:
  David Copeland, Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Inc.

COOLING SOLUTIONS FOR DEVICES OPERATING IN RESTRICTED
ENCLOSURES
                                                                                   Saturday, October 26
Miksa de Sorgo, Parker Chomerics
                                                                                      REGISTRATION: 7:30 AM – 5 PM
CEMENTED DIAMOND COMPOSITES FOR THERMAL MANAGEMENT
APPLICATIONS                                                                          BREAKFAST: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
David Rowcliffe, Skeleton Laurel Inc., Skeleton Technologies Group
                                                                       SESSION 5: ADVANCES IN THERMAL SOLUTION DESIGN
ALSIC THERMAL SPREADERS PRODUCED BY INEXPENSIVE SHEET                                 FOR COMPUTING II
STAMPING                                                                                  9:00 am - Noon
David M. Schuster, MC-21, Inc.                                                                CHAIR:
                                                                                 Herman Chu, Procket Networks, Inc.
PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF THERMAL INTERFACE
FILMS, ADHESIVE AND NON-ADHESIVE                                     LAMINATED FIN HEAT SINK DESIGN FOR HIGH HEAT-FLUX
Daniel Blazej, Emerson & Cuming
                                                                     COOLING APPLICATIONS
                                                                     Chris Soule, Thermshield LLC
                        BREAK: 3:00 PM
                                                                     DIMENSIONLESS PARAMETERS FOR ENERGY-EFFICIENT DATA
SESSION 4A: REFRIGERATION AND ALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS                    CENTER DESIGN
                      3:30 pm - 5:00 pm                              Ratnesh K. Sharma, Cullen E. Bash, Hewlett-Packard Company
                           CHAIR:
                John Peeples, KryoTech, Inc.                         AIR COOLING EXTENSION - LIMITS AND NOVEL IDEAS FOR
                                                                     DESKTOP AND SERVER APPLICATIONS
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS                             Ioan Sauciuc, Gregory M. Chrysler, Ravi Mahajan, Intel Corpora-
Brent Cullimore, C&R Technologies                                    tion

THE EINSTEIN-SZILARD ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION CYCLE                                           BREAK: 10:30 AM
Andy Delano, Hewlett-Packard Company
                                                                     COOLING THE MESA: A NEW APPROACH TO COOLING DLA
LIQUID COLD PLATE DESIGN FOR TWO-PHASE PUMPED LIQUID                 PACKAGES
COOLING SYSTEM FOR ENTERPRISE COMPUTING                              Rohit Girdhar, Teradyne, Inc.
Joe Marsala, Thermal Form & Function LLC
                                                                     DETAILED AND COMPACT MODELS OF THERMAL VIAS IN A BGA
            RECEPTION/DINNER: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM                      PACKAGE
                                                                     X. Howard Sun, Ridvan Sahan, Fluent, Inc.
SESSION 4B: REFRIGERATION AND ALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS
                   (CONTINUED)                                                            LUNCH: NOON - 1:30 PM
                      7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
                           CHAIR:                                    SESSION 6: SYSTEM-LEVEL TELCOM/WIRELESS THERMAL
                John Peeples, KryoTech, Inc.                                           MANAGEMENT
                                                                                           1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
LOW-TEMPERATURE VAPOR COMPRESSION COOLING                                                       CHAIR:
W. A. Little, MMR Technologies, Inc.                                        Bill Maltz, Electronic Cooling Solutions, Inc.

COMPACT ELECTROKINETIC PUMPS FOR ELECTRONICS COOLING                 SMALL-SCALE CHIP COOLER ASSEMBLY
APPLICATIONS                                                         Michael Cosley, Marconi Communications
Deon S. Anex, Eksigent Technologies, Inc.
                                                                     MAXIMIZING AIR COOLING EFFICIENCY IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
TEMPERATURE CONTROL IN REFRIGERATED SYSTEMS                          ELECTRONICS
John Peeples, KryoTech, Inc.                                         Attila Aranyosi, Bill Maltz, Electronic Cooling Solutions, Inc.
APPLICATIONS ENGINEER COMPONENT AND BOARD-LEVEL
THERMAL MODELING TECHNIQUES FOR XFP OPTICAL TRANS-
CEIVERS
Ted Lee, Flomerics, Inc.
                                                          Technical Workshop Registration
                           BREAK: 3:00 PM
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                                                          Breakfasts, Luncheons, Refreshment Breaks,
REVERSE-MOUNT PACKAGES AND THEIR COOLING
                                                          Receptions, Dinners and an Abstract Book. A
Mudasir Ahmad, Susheela Narasimhan, Cisco Systems, Inc.
                                                          CD of the Workshop Presentations will be sent
                                                          to each attendee after the event.
A NON-TRIAL-AND-ERROR CFD-BASED METHOD FOR BALANC-
ING AIRFLOW THROUGH FLOOR TILES IN RAISED-FLOOR DATA
CENTERS                                                   Technical Workshop Presentations
James VanGilder, Flomerics, Inc.
                                                          If you are unable to attend the Workshop and
THERMAL SIMULATION STUDY OF A DATACOM SWITCH WITH XFP     would like a CD of the Presentations, you may
                                                          purchase a copy by using the registration form.
MODULES
                                                          Your copy will be mailed to you after the event.
Ashwin Lodhia, Girish Upadhya, Brocade Communications
                                                          The cost is $100 for members; $160 for non-
CONCLUDING REMARKS: 5:00 PM                               members,* plus shipping and handling. Call
Dave Saums, General Chair                                 202-548-4001 to reserve your CD.

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         THURSDAY                           FRIDAY                                SATURDAY
     OCTOBER 24, 2002                  OCTOBER 25, 2002                       OCTOBER 26, 2002

          SESSION 1:                       SESSION 2B:                            SESSION 5:
MARKET DRIVERS AND ECONOMICS IN    ADVANCES IN THERMAL SOLUTION          ADVANCES IN THERMAL SOLUTION
    THERMAL MANAGEMENT            DESIGN FOR COMPUTING SYSTEMS I            DESIGN FOR COMPUTING II
        2:00 pm – 5:00 pm                    (CONTINUED)                         9:00 am - Noon
              Chair:                      8:30 am - 10:00 am                          Chair:
   Dave Saums, Ceramics Process                 Chair:                   Herman Chu, Procket Networks, Inc.
       Systems Corporation           Cullen Bash, Hewlett-Packard
                                             Laboratories                         SESSION 6:
         SESSION 2A:                                                     SYSTEM-LEVEL TELCOM/WIRELESS
 ADVANCES IN THERMAL SOLUTION             SESSION 3A:                        THERMAL MANAGEMENT
DESIGN FOR COMPUTING SYSTEMS I    ADVANCES IN THERMAL MATERIALS                  1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
        7:30 pm – 9:00 pm                                                                Chair:
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              Chair:                                                        Bill Maltz, Electronic Cooling
                                                Chair:
   Cullen Bash, Hewlett-Packard                                                    Solutions, Inc.
                                  David Copeland, Fujitsu Laboratories
           Laboratories
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                                          SESSION 3B:
                                  ADVANCES IN THERMAL MATERIALS
                                             (CONTINUED)
                                          1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
                                                Chair:
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                                            of America, Inc.

                                           SESSION 4A:
                                   REFRIGERATION AND ALTERNATIVE
                                             SYSTEMS
                                          3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
                                                Chair:
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                                           SESSION 4B:
                                   REFRIGERATION AND ALTERNATIVE
                                      SYSTEMS (CONTINUED)
                                          7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
                                                Chair:
                                     John Peeples, KryoTech, Inc.
                               JEDEC JC15.1 Committee Meeting
                                   October 23 - 24, 2002
The JEDEC JC15.1 Thermal Subcommittee has established itself as the preeminent standards organization in
the area of IC thermal characterization. Approximately 40 companies subscribe to the subcommittee. They
include semiconductor, packaging, materials, and software companies.

The committee’s activities include work on the following topics:

•         Thermal Compact Model Guideline
•         Detailed Thermal Model Guideline
•         Theta, jc Test Standard
•         Thermal Interface Material Measurement Standard
•         JEDEC-Std Testing Round Robin
•         Detailed Model Benchmark
•         Guidelines for Reporting and using Electronic Package Thermal Information
•         Thermocouple Usage Guideline

The committee will meet at the Sheraton Palo Alto, Palo Alto, California, at the following times:
                                   Tuesday, October 23, 8:30 - 5:00
                                  Wednesday, October 24, 8:30 - Noon

                                  For further information please contact:
                                               Bruce Guenin
                                            Chairman, JC15.1
                                          bruce.guenin@sun.com
                                           Voice: 858-526-9131

             First Announcement & Call for Abstracts
         Ceramic Interconnect Technology: The Next Generation
                                              The Westin Hotel
                                                Denver, CO
                                              April 8-9, 2003
                                                   Sponsored by:
                           International Microelectronics and Packaging Society (IMAPS)
                                        Ceramic Interconnect Initiative (CII)
                                                         endorsed by
                                          The American Ceramics Society

                              Abstract Cut-off Date: November 15, 2002
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