Presentation on theme: "Slide 1 ITRS 2006 Update The First Twelve Slides: –Objective of 2006 Update ………………………………….Slide 2 –2006 ITRS Schedule …..…………………………………….Slide 3 –Group."— Presentation transcript:
Slide 1 ITRS 2006 Update The First Twelve Slides: –Objective of 2006 Update ………………………………….Slide 2 –2006 ITRS Schedule …..…………………………………….Slide 3 –Group due dates for tables to other teams..………………Slide 4 –TWG Management and Membership guidelines from the IRC ………………………………………………….Slide 5 –2006 Update Instructions ……………………………………Slide 9 2006 Update --- How to…. –Excel help…………………………………………………….Slide 13 how to copy tables from Word to Excel inserting columns, changing colors in cells
Slide 2 What is the 2006 Update? Each working group reviews their tables only for any corrections or updates, based on the industrys latest information –If a TWG needs to update figures or text, then report to IRC for discussion/approval. –2006 Timeframe -- 2006 Update uses the 2005 ITRS 15-year timeframe: 2005 through 2020. –Use the WAS-IS format from the 2005 tables for those that need to be updated. –Each ITWG writes a 1-page summary of key changes/challenges for the 2006 Update. –These updates must be finished by September 2006 Based on the 3 Groups of topics. Each group needs to turn in their tables ON TIME to the other group teams [Slide 4]. –On time delivery very critical to make schedules. –If you cannot deliver, delegate to someone who can.
Slide 3 2006 ITRS Key Dates for IRC and ITWG members Jan – AprIRC teleconferences/CrossTWG Study Group meetings ITWGs receive packets of 2005 chapter in Word, instructions for 2006 update. ITWGs work on review and update of tables only. [chapter text is NOT required to be updated!] Apr 5 – 7 ITRS ITWG/IRC meeting near Maastricht, the Netherlands at the Dolce Kasteel Vaalsbroek Jun 30Group 1 tables due to Group 2 teams and the ITRS office Jun 30Presentation Drafts due for preparing the July handout CD: 1 page text summary of key changes to tables and ~20 slides in powerpoint [do NOT send PDF…] Jul 10 – 11 ITRS ITWG/IRC meeting in San Francisco at the Hotel Marriott Jul 12ITRS Conference at the Hotel Marriott
Slide 4 2006 ITRS Key Dates for IRC and ITWG members Jul 24Group 2 tables are due to Group 1 and 3 teams and the ITRS office Aug 24Group 3 chapters are due to Group 2 and 3 teams and the ITRS office Sep 152006 ITRS content is frozen [late material deferred to 2007 ITRS] OctRegional Executives Advisory board approve ITRS Nov 10 Presentation Drafts due for preparing for December Public meeting CD Dec 4 ITRS ITWG/IRC meetings in Hsin Chu, Taiwan at the Ambassador Hotel Dec 5ITRS Conference at the Ambassador Hotel Dec 2006 Update is posted online for the public
Slide 5 2006 ITRS Working Groups Due Dates for Update Tables Group 1 System Drivers & Design, Process Integration, RF/AMS Wireless, ORTC Group 2 Front-end Processes, Lithography, Interconnect, Assembly & Packaging, Test & Test Equipment, ORTC Group 3 Emerging Devices, ESH, Yield Enhancement, Metrology, Modeling, Factory Integration, ORTC Tables due June 30 to Groups 2 & 3, ORTC Tables due July 24 to Groups 1 & 3, ORTC Tables due August 24 to Groups 1 and 2, ORTC
Slide 6 Domestic [regional] TWG [DTWG] – Overall Responsibility –DTWG management and funding are handled by the DTWG chair or co-chair. Communications –The DTWG chair or co-chair are responsible for all pass- downs from the ITWG meetings. –Membership lists and email address lists, as well as the work-in-progress sites on the internet are managed by the DTWG chair or co-chair, usually by their administrative assistant. Budget –DTWG budgets are managed by each DTWG chair for DTWG activities. ITRS Teams - Overall Guidelines
Slide 7 TWG – Domestic or DTWG Members –Each DTWG has a total of seven recognized voting members, with potentially many more expert members. –Members are usually between 10-20 people per region. DTWGs should have seven voting members [minimum membership number]. The required affiliation composition [very important] is as follows: –2- chip manufacturers –2- suppliers –2- consortia –1- research, either government or academia This composition of voting members allows consensus based on equitable distribution of the industry sectors of chip makers, suppliers, consortia members, and researchers. ITRS Teams - Membership Guidelines
Slide 8 DTWG Members Selection –DTWG members are those who are representative experts for their technology to be TWG members DTWG chairs are nominated and voted on by the current members. The DTWG may choose to vote on regular new members –Some DTWGs choose to have "subTWG leaders and chairs for focus groups. Those subTWG leaders supply the DTWG chair/co chair or editorial contact with information regarding their chapter roadmaps. ITWG – International Representatives for DTWGs –ITWG members are picked by their teams. Two people are selected from each team to represent their regional TWG at the International Roadmap ITWG/IRC workshops. –These ITWG members meet with their counterparts from the other regions to share information from their home teams and reach global agreement on challenges and potential solutions, review materials, etc. ITRS Teams - Membership Guidelines
Slide 9 DTWG Meetings –The DTWG chair holds a minimum of quarterly meetings among that DTWG [monthly meetings are encouraged] and works directly with the other regional DTWGs chairs through tele- or video conferences and email. As a suggestion… –Many DTWG meetings are held in conjunction with other conferences or meetings where the same people will be, to help with room rental and other meeting costs. –Meetings can be sponsored by the DTWG chair's company or organization in a conference facility for that company. ITRS Teams - Meetings Guidelines
Slide 10 2006 ITRS Update Instructions These instructions cover the 2005 ITRS table line items that are updated, deleted, or added. The word file of each TWG chapter is posted online at www.itrs.net. Tables requiring revision can remain in Word or put into Excel spreadsheets for update by the TWG. Update format must be maintained in order to see new revisions as follows: –Each table indicates 2005 line items that require revision as WAS, with duplicate rows beneath the WAS row for update if new data or correction for 2006 Update apply. –Each ITWG fills in this new IS row with the new data. Deleted or new additional lines can also be indicated. –Deleted line items are noted as DELETE and with the data struck through. –New lines are noted as ADD and are located as they should be within a table. As added new information, these do not have WAS rows.
Slide 11 Descriptions and Examples WAS – line items from 2005 that are changed are noted as WAS IS – updated data completely replaces row for 2006 Update, and is underlined [viewable in black and white]. The entire row is outlined in blue colored line
Slide 12 Descriptions and Examples DELETE – line items are struck through [use font strikeout feature] and the entire row is outlined with a red dashed line
Slide 13 Descriptions and Examples ADD – additional new information row is outlined with a double green outline, text is underlined
Slide 14 How to…. It is optional to update TWG tables in either Word or Excel. Since many groups prefer Excel, the following slides were provided for those who are unfamiliar with copying tables from Word into Excel, and formatting tables in Excel. Those tables that are not updated do not need to be put into Excel. The steps included are those most often used during the update process.
Slide 15 Examples: Typical Near-term Table for the 2005 ITRS and 2006 Update
Slide 16 Examples: Typical Near-term Table as seen in Word
While in Word, select entire table to move into Excel: Use the Table drop-down menu While in Word, select entire table to move into Excel: Use the Table drop-down menu How to: Copy a table from Word into Excel? Slide 17
Use the Edit drop-down menu and select Copy Use the Edit drop-down menu and select Copy How to: Copy a table from Word into Excel? Slide 18
Open a new Excel worksheet. Use the Edit drop-down menu and select Paste. Open a new Excel worksheet. Use the Edit drop-down menu and select Paste. How to: Copy a table from Word into Excel? Slide 19
The table is placed into Excel. It will require some formatting. The table is placed into Excel. It will require some formatting. How to: Copy a table from Word into Excel? Slide 20
Change the column width of B: Select the entire column. Change the column width of B: Select the entire column. How to: Copy a table from Word into Excel? Slide 21
Enlarge the column width. How to: Copy a table from Word into Excel? Slide 22
 Select the entire worksheet by selecting the top, far left square.  Use the Edit drop-down menu and select Row/Autofit  Use the Edit drop-down menu and select Row/Autofit How to: Copy a table from Word into Excel? Slide 23
Slide 24 This table is now in excel and ready for revision. Slide 24
To insert a new IS row : Highlight the row to change and use the Insert menu. To insert a new IS row : Highlight the row to change and use the Insert menu. How to: Insert an IS row? Slide 25
Slide 26 To make the border blue: Highlight the new row and use the Format, Cells menu. To make the border blue: Highlight the new row and use the Format, Cells menu. How to: Format rows and cells.
Slide 27 In the Format, Cells window, select Border. How to: Format rows and cells.
Slide 28 In the Border window, pick the Style, then pick the Color. How to: Format rows and cells.
Slide 29 In the Border window, after picking the style and color, outline the box to the left. How to: Format rows and cells.
Slide 30 Select OK. How to: Format rows and cells.
Slide 32 To change the color of a cell: Highlight the cell to change and open the Format, Cells menu.
Slide 33 In the Format, Cells window, (1)select Patterns tab, (2)use the Pattern drop- down selection. In the Format, Cells window, (1)select Patterns tab, (2)use the Pattern drop- down selection. (1) (2)
Slide 34 To change from a patterned cell to white, yellow, or red solid cells (1)Pick no pattern. (see location on the pattern palette. (2)Then reopen Pattern and select Automatic. To change from a patterned cell to white, yellow, or red solid cells (1)Pick no pattern. (see location on the pattern palette. (2)Then reopen Pattern and select Automatic. (1) (2)
Slide 35 (3) Then select the color to fill the cell. For this example it is yellow.
Slide 36 If you need to also change the font color: (1) highlight the cell, and (2) use your font format to select the color. For this example it is black. (1) (2)
Slide 38 (1) (2) To change from a solid cell to the lined pattern for interim solutions (1)Pick horizonal stripe. (see location on the pattern palette. (2)Then reopen Pattern and select Gold. To change from a solid cell to the lined pattern for interim solutions (1)Pick horizonal stripe. (see location on the pattern palette. (2)Then reopen Pattern and select Gold.
Slide 39 (3) Then select the color to fill the cell. For this example it is yellow.
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