Failure to Success Workshop Series

A special feature only available to SRC members and community participants

"Failure is Success in Progress" - Albert Einstein

The Failure to Success workshops provides an opportunity for SRC Researchers and Industry Members to demonstrate how failure has contributed to success in their careers.

If you have a Failure to Success story you would like to share with the SRC community, please reach out to LaTanya Holmes to get scheduled.

Lemons are for Lemonade

Wednesday, May 18, 2022, 1:00 pm ET

Subramanian Iyer (University of California - Los Angeles) will use a few anecdotal examples from his own personal experience to illustrate how bad experiences like a leak in a furnace led to the development of the TI Salicide process used in CMOS and memory for several generations or how reliability showstoppers can be repurposed for useful applications.

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Previous Failure to Success Workshops

III-V MOSFETs for Logic: From Failure to Success and Back?
Prof. Jesus A. del Alamo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Thursday, January 13, 2022


Details & Recording


From Failure to Success: Impact of Not Planned For
Prof. Kenneth K. O, University of Texas - Dallas

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Details & Recording


From Failure to Success: High-risk Semiconductor Research A Lesson in Serendipity
Prof. Suman Datta, University of Notre Dame

Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Details & Recording

From Failure to Success: Orthogonal Area-Selective Thin Film Deposition
Gregory Parsons, North Carolina University

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Details & Recording

4819 Emperor Blvd, Suite 300 Durham, NC 27703 Voice: (919) 941-9400 Fax: (919) 941-9450

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