Manage Disruption Through Collaboration at Virtual SEMICON West 2020


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SEMICON West will occur in a virtual format for the first time in its 50-year history, featuring all the world-class talent and leading technologies that have come to symbolize the flagship microelectronics annual conference. Registration opens May 18, 2020; a notification form and detailed information on the event are available at www.semiconwest.org.   

“This will be the deepest, most extensive online global industry event this year,” said David Anderson, president of SEMI Americas and host for the gathering. “As a virtual conference, SEMICON West 2020 allows us to offer our customerslarge and smallA-list speakers and a full exhibition experience, with all the content, interactions and networking opportunities of a physical showwithout the associated costs and time of travel.”

Visitors will hear from, and interact with, visionaries and executives from across the microelectronics supply chain and its markets. Presentations will feature emerging applications that demand the industry’s design and manufacturing expertise. Virtual exhibit booths throughout the detailed, interactive exhibit hall provide the opportunity to network and gather insights just like on a physical show floorattendees can stop by SMART technology pavilions and exhibitors’ booths to view video content, download informative product information, and converse with supplier representatives. Co-located content will include the imec Technology Forum (ITF) and the SOI Consortium Forum. Sponsored Pavilions will feature SMART Manufacturing, SMART MedTech, SMART Mobility, and SMART Workforce.

Attendees can also join technical sessions, participate in one-on-one or group meetings, and interact with colleagues and industry representatives in networking areas. All interactions provide ready access to reporting and analytics post-show for exhibitors. Recorded sessions and exhibitor booth content will remain available on demand 24/7 for weeks after the close of the SEMICON West 2020 Virtual event.

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