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ICPT 2022

International Conference on Planarization Technology

The International Conference on Planarization Technology (ICPT)

will be held at the Benson Hotel located in Portland, Oregon
September 27-29, 2022
In-person for 1st time in 3 years
or
Virtual for those unable to travel to Portland


ICPT 2022 is jointly hosted by the CMP User's Group of the
Northern California Chapter of the American Vacuum Society &
Clarkson University's Center for Advanced Materials Processing (C.A.M.P.).

ICPT 2022 will provide an international forum for academic researchers, industrial practitioners, and engineers from around the world to exchange information on state-of-the-art research in CMP technology. ICPT 2022 promotes the exchange of opportunities, ideas, friendly relationships, and research collaboration.

Countdown to ICPT2022

Agenda

SEPTEMBER 27, 28, 29

The Speakers

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The Venue

The Benson Hotel

309 SW Broadway

Portland, OR 97205

+1.503.228.2000

https://bensonhotel.com/

THE BENSON:

A HISTORIC DOWNTOWN PORTLAND HOTEL

  Since opening this downtown Portland Hotel in 1913, The Benson has been a hidden gem.  Envisioned by lumber baron and philanthropist Simon Benson, this fabled, European-style hotel was built to put Portland on the international map and to be the finest hotel west of the Mississippi.  Featuring Italian marble floors, Austrian crystal chandeliers, and wood paneling from rare Circassian walnut harvested from the imperial forests of Russia, the hotel is a sublime achievement of vision and American master craftsmanship.  It is a class all its own.  No other hotel in the region comes close to the quintessential elegance, amenities, and charm of The Benson. For more than 100 years, the hotel’s staff has welcomed celebrities, CEOs, dignitaries, and a majority of U.S. presidents.

Now it’s your turn to discover the timeless beauty of this landmark hotel. Read more on the storied history of The Benson Hotel here.

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Learn more about the interesting life of Norwegian-American, Portland lumber baron, and philanthropist Simon Benson at Wikipedia and the Oregon Encyclopedia.

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In 1912, Benson gave the City of Portland $10,000 for the installation of twenty bronze drinking fountains. These fountains, known as "Benson Bubblers", are still in use in downtown Portland.  Portland's sister city, Sapporo, Japan, also has one of these drinking water fountains!

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