History

A Brief History of EAMTA

During the Working Meeting on Microelectronics and Applications (RTMA, for its acronym in spanish), held at the Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahía Blanca, in April 2005, the intention to create a common space that serves as a regular meeting point for all those involved and interested in the field of Microelectronics, Technology and Applications in Argentina was formalized by a large group of professionals from universities, research institutes, state institutions and companies. One of the most important conclusions of the RTMA was the need to share the same space in order to be able to discuss and share diverse experiences In that context, the organization of a school was proposed, whose first edition was held in 2005 at the Universidad Nacional del Sur.

The general goal of the school is to establish the development of advanced technology in the country, through the design of integrated circuits and their supporting technologies. The specific objectives of the school are several. First, maintain a cohesion and periodic contact between research and development groups in this area. Secondly, to train and specialize advanced students through specific and intensive courses, dictated by local and foreign experts. Third, to involve companies that consume and produce technology, favoring the transfer of technology to the productive environment. In this sense, the school would provide a place for companies to capture their problems and generate entrepreneurship. Fourth, to create an environment for new activities, collaborative projects and cooperation among members of the academy, companies, and abroad.

RTMA 2005

Universidad Nacional del Sur: Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires – Argentina

“Working Meeting on Microelectronics and its Applications RTMA 2005″
28 and 29 of April of 2005 in the Universidad Nacional del Sur (Bahía Blanca).

EAMTA 2006

Universidad Nacional del Sur: Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires – Argentina

17 to 28 of July of 2006 2006 in the Universidad Nacional del Sur (Bahía Blanca)
100 enrolled, 39 accommodation scholarships and 35 transfer scholarships.

EAMTA 2007

Universidad Católica de Córdoba: Córdoba, Córdoba – Argentina

16 to 21 of September of 2007, Catholic University of Cordoba.
120 participants from 35 different institutions, including 6 participants from Uruguay, 4 from Brazil, 4 from Peru, 2 from Colombia and 1 from Ecuador. 58 housing and transfer scholarships were awarded.

EAMTA 2008/CAMTA 2008

CAC-CNEA/INTI: Gral. San Martín, Buenos Aires – Argentina

September 13-22, 2008 Centro Atómico Constituyentes of the National Atomic Energy Commission (CAC-CNEA) and the Center for Research and Development of Telecommunications, Electronics and Information Technology of the National Institute of Industrial Technology (INTI).
120 registrants from 35 institutions in the country and from Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia, Canada, USA, China, Japan and Peru.

EAMTA 2009/CAMTA 2009

CAB-CNEA/IB: Bariloche, Río Negro – Argentina

26 September to 3 October, at the Balseiro Institute and the Bariloche Atomic Center of the National Atomic Energy Commission in the province of Río Negro.
60 travel and accommodation scholarships were awarded to students from different provinces of Argentina, as well as students from India, Uruguay, and Colombia.
The call for submission of scientific papers presented 29 articles, of which 20 were selected

EAMTA 2010/CAMTA 2010

Universidad Católica del Uruguay: Montevideo – Uruguay

The fifth School of Micro and Nanoelectronics will take place from October 1 – 9, 2010, in the facilities of Instituto de Ingeniería Eléctrica of Universidad de la República del Uruguay and Departamento de Ingeniería Eléctrica Universidad Católica del Uruguay.

EAMTA 2011/CAMTA 2011

FIUBA: Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires – Argentina

The sixth School of Micro and Nanoelectronics will take place from August 6 – 14, 2011, in Facultad de Ingeniería of the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.

EAMTA 2012/CAMTA 2012

Universidad Nacional de Córdoba: Córdoba., Córdoba – Argentina

The 7th Argentine School of Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications (EAMTA 2012) was placed from August 4-12, 2012 at Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales – Universidad Nacional de Córdoba Argentina, and organized by the Digital Communications Research Laboratory.

EAMTA 2013/CAMTA 2013

UTN-FRBA: Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires – Argentina

The 8th Argentine School of Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications (EAMTA 2013) was placed from August 10-18, 2013 at the Electronics Engineering Department, Facultad Regional Buenos Aires, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and organized by the Silicon Design Group.

EAMTA 2014/CAMTA 2014

UTN-FRM: Mendoza, Mendoza – Argentina

The 9th Argentine School of Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications (EAMTA 2014) was placed from July 19-26, 2014 at the Facultad Regional Mendoza, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Mendoza, Argentina, and organized by the Laboratorio de Computación Reconfigurable.

EAMTA 2015/CAMTA 2015

UTN-FRVM: Villa María, Córdoba – Argentina

The 10th Argentine School of Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications (EAMTA 2015) was placed from July 25 to Aug 1, 2015 at the Facultad Regional Villa María, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Villa María, Córdoba, Argentina.
Also, 9th Argentine Conference on Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications (CAMTA) was placed from July 30-31, 2015 during EAMTA 2015

EAMTA 2016/CAMTA 2016

Universidad Nacional del Comahue: Nuequén, Neuquén – Argentina

The 10th Argentine Conference on Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications (CAMTA) was placed from August 4-5, during EAMTA 2016.
The 11th Argentine School of Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications (EAMTA 2016) was placed from July 30 to August 6, 2016 at the Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Neuquén Capital, Argentina.

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