TECHCON 2012, Technology & Talent for the 21st Century
Mark your calendars! Semicondoctor Research Corporation (SRC), the world's premier university-based research consortium, presents the 14th Annual TECHCON Conference to be held September 10-11, 2012 in Austin, Texas.

Connect, Learn…Be Inspired.

Bullet Gain a broad view of cutting-edge semiconductor research across the SRC research entities.
Bullet Connect with top students in industry-related fields.
Bullet Consider 150 brilliant technical papers and posters.
Bullet Take advantage of SRC’s valuable CareerConnections.
Bullet Experience outstanding speakers from SRC member organizations.

Register Today!

Industry Participants:  Register through your company’s block
Government Participants:  $500
University Researchers:  $350
Non-presenting Students:  $150

Registration fee includes all sessions, 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, Conference Banquet on Monday evening and Tuesday evening dinner. A limited number of guest tickets are also available for the banquet.

Special conference rate for single/double rooms at the Renaissance Austin Hotel: $171 plus tax. Rate is available through August 16, 2012.

TECHCON 2012 is once again being held in Austin, Texas – a city filled with live music, great restaurants and fun activities. The Renaissance is conveniently located in the Arboretum, close to downtown and the University of Texas at Austin. Why not stay an extra day or two and enjoy the city?


“TECHCON 2012 is an indispensible, high-energy event for SRC members, industry leaders and STEM students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The conference offers unique perspectives on some of the most important semiconductor research being performed worldwide. Research presentations from GRC, FCRP, NRI and ERI will inform and inspire, and the best and brightest students will put forth their research with posters during TechFair. We invite GRC, FCRP, NRI and ERI members, as well as participating faculty and students, to join us this year for TECHCON 2012.”

Larry Sumney
President and CEO
Semiconductor Research Corporation