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EVERTIQ EXPO SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS 2024
The Expo for the Electronics Industry: work within Design and Purchasing of Electronics
Sophia Antipolis is Europe’s first science and technology hub, and is also known to be a platform, and a creation hub for startups. The area is located on the French riviera and straddles the municipalities of Mougins, Valbonne and Biot, between Nice and Cannes.
2500 companies such as Thales, Alcatel, Orange, Air France are found in this concentration of French and international enterprises, and they employ approximately 40 000 people. Industries such as electronics, computing, telecommunications, pharmacology, and biotechnology are the foremost represented.
Yole Group will be part of the program with:
Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Semiconductor Substrates & Materials
Yole Group title presentation: SiC and its impact on Europe
Power SiC devices are now adopted by multiple electric vehicle carmakers. It started with Tesla, then BYD, and now most of the high-end car manufacturers have announced models using SiC-based inverters. The market growth is impressive, as well as the related investment in crystal growth, wafering, epitaxy, device manufacturing, and power module assembly. ST Microelectronics is the leader at the device level, followed by Infineon Technologies. But what is the clear competitive landscape for Europe across the SiC supply chain? What could be the impact of the high investments in China and the USA? What can we expect in the next 5 years with the push from Soitec, as well as the new technologies developed by multiple other companies?
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CEO & President
Jean-Christophe Eloy is CEO and President of the Yole Group.
Created in 1998, the market research & strategy consulting company has grown to become a group of companies providing marketing, technology and strategy consulting, media in addition to corporate finance services. His mission is to oversee the strategic direction of Yole Group of companies, including Yole Intelligence, Yole SystemPlus and PISÉO.
All year long, Jean-Christophe builds deep relationships with leading semiconductor companies, discussing and sharing information across his global network. His aim is to get a comprehensive understanding of their strengths and guide their success.
Jean-Christophe is a graduate from EMLyon Business School (Lyon, France) and has a Ph.D. in Semiconductor Engineering from the National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble (France).