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					                                            April 12th - 14th              Munich

                 Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry Platform
1st International Photovoltaic Manufacturing Equipment & Materials Exposition
1st International Advanced Photovoltaic Manufacturing Technology Conference
                                          (1st APVM 2005)

Europe has gained recognition as a key global player in the pioneering of both, the R&D and the
Manufacturing of leading edge Photo Voltaic Technologies. The accelerated transition of PV Produc-
tion from early volume ramp-up to low-cost mass manufacturing is the major challenge for this indus-
try to succeed. Pressures to improve cost-efficiency by a factor will be relentless. Therefore it is essen-
tial that key players identify and leverage any efficiency gain and synergy potential from similar tech-
nologies in related industries.
Crucial to the success of PV managers and their teams is the ability to stay on top of industry informa-
tion in the areas of tool/process development & control, yield and asset utilization management.
Equipment suppliers and users, the R&D & manufacturing community needs collaboration that effi-
ciently identifies key industrial needs; to be done by effective information exchange/shared learning.
SEMICON® Europa is is a distinctive European forum matched to these specific strengths and chal-
lenges of the European Semiconductor related industry and provides a unique opportunity for efficient
technology and business information exchange, to get the business done.

Access relevant information at SEMICON® Europa via the combination of:
      Interactive Technical Conferences and Seminars, R&D and Manufacturing
      Industry Exhibits, User-Supplier Meetings & Company Presentations
      International SEMI Standards Conferences and Work Shops
      Business, Financial and Investment Seminars, and Media Briefings
You have extensive meeting, networking & promoting/sponsoring opportunities throughout the events.

SEMICON® Europa 2005 offers a dedicated platform for Photovoltaic Manufacturing, equipment and
materials suppliers through the entire PV food chain from feedstock to module production.
   •   1st International Photovoltaic Manufacturing Equipment & Materials Exposition
       Dedicated Exhibition Area on the show floor (Munich, April 12 – 14 2005)
   •   1st International Advanced Photovoltaic Manufacturing Technology Conference
       (1st APVM 2005)
       SEMI, in cooperation with EPIA
       (European Photovoltaic Industry Association)
       April 13th at SEMICON® Europa 2005, Munich,
       sponsored, free admission with pre-registration

This will provide an excellent opportunity to showcase Photovoltaic competence and to exploit syner-
gies with other semiconductor manufacturing technologies. SEMI invites to become actively involved
in setting the stage of this annual Photovoltaic event at SEMICON® Europa 2005.
With strong engagement of the entire PV Manufacturing community, we will create an environment
for participants from all areas of the industry to develop a comprehensive visit and conference agenda,
which will ensure a cost-effective combination of learning, information exchange and networking.
                                           April 12th - 14th               Munich
   1st International Advanced Photovoltaic Manufacturing Technology Conference
                   (1st APVM 2005)         SEMICON® Europa 2005,
  Munich, Germany, Trade Fair Centre, Technology Theatre, Hall B2, Wednesday April 13th

Theme: “Challenges and Opportunities in Photovoltaic Mass-production”
This industry forum is dedicated to photovoltaic Manufacturing and R&D managers and professionals
for sharing of current state-of-the art technical production solutions and to help identify short/medium
term industrial needs for advancements in manufacturing science needed to overcome the hurdles and
to remove roadblocks for a prosperous photovoltaic manufacturing future.

           AGENDA


PRESENTATION SESSION “The PV Manufacturing Technology Food Chain”

1000-1020 Photovoltaic Technology / AV Show (Industry Sponsor / Trailer)

1020-1025 Welcome and Introduction
          Walter O. Roessger, President SEMI Europe/CIS / Wolfgang Koch, KOSOLCO
  25   45
10 -10 High Throughput - High Yield Solar Silicon Ingot Production"
          Armin Müller, Director R&D, Deutsche Solar AG & Managing Dir., JSS, Germany
  45   05
10 -11 Automated Sawing of larger/thinner Wafers for PV Mass Production
          Peter Pauli, CEO, Meyer & Burger, Switzerland
  05   25
11 -11 PV Production Facilities adapted to Technology Requirements
          - a Prerequisite for cost effective Mass Production.”
          Klaus Eberhardt, Sen. Director PV, M+W Zander, Germany
1125-1145 High Volume Solar Cell Production Lines – Concepts and Cost Aspects
          Josef Haase, Sen. Director Technology, Centrotherm Photovoltaics, Germany
  45   05
11 -12 The Impact of high Volume Production on Cost of Silicon, Solar Cells and Modules
          Timothy M. Bruton, CTO, NaREC, United Kingdom
  05   25
12 -12 Experience and Expectation of Silicon Solar Cell Mass Production
          - Requirements for Next Generation Equipment
          Ralf Lüdemann, CEO, Deutsche Cell, Germany
  25   45
12 -12 Important Aspects of Thin Film Solar Cell Production Technology
          Franz Karg, Manager Global R&D & Technology, Shell Solar, Germany
  45   05
12 -13 Mass Production of Solar Modules – Status and Outlook
          Takashi Tomita, CEO, Solar Systems Group, Sharp Corp., Japan

1305-1345 Lunch Break at the Show Floor




                                                                Sponsored by
                                              April 12th - 14th                Munich
  1st International Advanced Photovoltaic Manufacturing Technology Conference
                  (1st APVM 2005)         SEMICON® Europa 2005,
 Munich, Germany, Trade Fair Centre, Technology Theatre, Hall B2, Wednesday April 13th

14:00 – 15:00          > EXECUTIVE PANEL SESSION <
        “The Challenges and Opportunities in Photovoltaic Mass-Production”
        “What needs to be done to bisect the Photovoltaic Module Manufacturing Cost?”

Moderator:
     Michel Viaud, Secretary General, EPIA
     (European Photovoltaic Industry Association), Brussels, Belgium
Panellists:
    •   Hubert Aulich, CEO, PV Silicon, Germany
        (Silicon Wafers)
    •   Hans Autenrieth, CEO, Centrotherm, Germany
        (Cell Production Equipment)
    •   Alf Bjorseth, CEO, REC, Norway
        (Solar Silicon Feedstock and Wafers)
    •   Winfried Hoffmann, CEO, RWE SCHOTT Solar, Germany
        (Wafers + Cell Production)
    •   Anton Milner, CEO, Q-Cells, Germany
        (Cell Production)
    •   Thomas Zarrella, President and COO, GT Solar, USA
        (Equipment Production / whole Food Chain)
    •   Zhengrong Shi, CEO, SunTech, PR China
        (Cell and Module Production)
    •   Simon Tsuo, CEO, Motech, Taiwan
        (Cell Production)
    •   Takashi Tomita, CEO, Solar Systems Group, Sharp Corp., Japan
        (Cell, Module & End Product Supplier)

Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry Platform at SEMICON®
Week April 12-14, please mark your Calendar, now.
For maximum return on event participation, we need the industry’s key experts to be involved; do not hesitate
to get back with the SEMICON® Europa 2005 team with your questions and ideas
        Laura Jäth             ljaeth@semi.org                 +32 2 289 6498
        Johanna Turpeinen      jturpeinen@semi.org             +32 2 289 6496
        Fred Kolbe             fkolbe@semi.org                 +49 7031 281 954

Regarding the 1st APVM 2005 (International Advanced Photovoltaic Manufacturing Technology Conference),
please feel free to contact
        Wolfgang Koch          w.koch@kosolco.de               +49 9851 5553 835

				
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