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Analysts see powerful new semi demand drivers spurring higher unit growth, rising capital intensity driving higher equipment spending, and profit-minded capital investing enabling healthier industry dynamics. All of this is very positive, and the consensus is that the current memory cycle will
As the pace of change accelerates, the future is arriving faster than ever before. Information technology is the engine of this change and will continue to drive new opportunities for innovation at every level -- from materials to devices to systems -- in the decades to come.
Each year, SEMI publicly recognizes and honors technological and industrial leadership through the SEMI Award North America program.
In addition to discussing the future of biofabrication and how it impacts the semiconductor industry, Dean Kamen will talk about opportunities to create the future workforce. How we can build the next generation of ‘computers’—not the hardware, but the future professionals who will continue to
Semiconductor fabs have historically used inspection and metrology equipment for yield learning – to monitor individual process tools for excursions and to assure that their manufacturing processes stay in control to maximize productivity.
As we migrate to Industry 4.0 where we anticipate the next wave of industrial transformations to be led by innovation in autonomous approaches, we have to ask ourselves “What does innovation look like”?
The Spotlight on SEMI Women program recognizes and celebrates the many accomplished women who work in our global microelectronics industry. This panel features the women who have been honored through the Spotlight program to date: