SEMI MEMS & Imaging Sensors Summit to Highlight Innovation, Industry Growth and Workforce Diversity


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More than 400 industry experts will gather for insights into the latest technology developments and trends across the MEMS and sensors supply chain at SEMI MEMS & Imaging Sensors Summit, 6-7 September, 2022 at the World Trade Center (WTC) in Grenoble, France. The event will also highlight key MEMS and sensors innovations spurring industry growth and opportunities for diversifying the semiconductor workforce. Registration is open.

Themed Intelligent Sensing for Better and Smarter Living, SEMI MEMS & Imaging Sensors Summit will feature leading companies, technologies, and innovators driving the future of MEMS and imaging sensors design and manufacturing. The event is hosted by SEMI Europe and the MEMS & Sensors Industry Group, a SEMI Technology Community.

“SEMI MEMS & Imaging Sensors Summit will gather influential industry stakeholders to explore compelling innovation opportunities and technological developments that will drive intelligent sensing advancements for better and smarter living,” said Laith Altimime, president of SEMI Europe. “We look forward to hosting global industry leaders as they network and collaborate across the supply chain and market segments – from transportation and industrial to biomedical – to help promote industry growth.”

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