The future starts at SEMICON Taiwan
SEMICON Taiwan will be held from 5–7 September at Taipei’s Nangang Exhibition Center, featuring over 1900 booths, 650 exhibitors and more than 45,000 attendees from the global electronics manufacturing supply chain.
Marking the 60th anniversary of the integrated circuit, and with the theme ‘Future Starts Here’, the event will take aim at the future with the latest technologies and developments in smart manufacturing and smart automotive, Internet of Things (IoT), smart medtech, MEMS and sensors, and other industry growth drivers.
Today, ICs are at the heart of every electronic device consumers use in their daily lives, including PCs, laptops, mobile phones, refrigerators and televisions. To commemorate the IC, SEMICON Taiwan, working with MOST (Ministry of Science & Technology), will feature the ‘IC 60 years — Master Forum’. Taiwan semiconductor industry luminaries including Dr Morris Chang, founder of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), will highlight the pioneering spirit and tenacious pursuit of smaller, faster, lower-power devices that have given rise to today’s ICs and are critical to future advances.
The Smart Manufacturing Journey pavilion will highlight future trends and opportunities in smart semiconductor manufacturing via demonstrations, while artificial Intelligence (AI), other key enabling technologies and best smart manufacturing practices will be showcased by industry leaders. Meanwhile, to help the semiconductor industry build its talent pipeline, the Smart Workforce Pavilion, in conjunction with SEMI High-Tech U, will offer insights from leading companies on the latest trends in the supply, cultivation and retention of skilled workers.
This is in addition to 12 themed pavilions, two new pavilions (covering Fan Out Packaging and Testing) and eight regional pavilions to promote cross-border collaboration.
“As SEMICON Taiwan celebrates its 23rd year, the exhibition area will focus on the five major semiconductor market applications: Smart Manufacturing, Smart Transportation, Smart Data, Smart Medtech and IoT,” said Terry Tsao, President of SEMI Taiwan. “Spanning the entire electronics manufacturing ecosystem, this year’s SEMICON Taiwan will provide key insights into market trends and trailblazing technologies while offering forums and business-matching activities for collaboration and new opportunities.”
For more information and to register, visit www.semicontaiwan.org/en/.
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