Tradeshows & Conferences

ISS EUROPE 2023 – INDUSTRY STRATEGIC SYMPOSIUM

EU CHIPS ACT: REALIZING EUROPE’S AMBITION BY 2030

The increase in the global demand for semiconductors, which is expected to double by 2030, has exposed the dependencies of the supply chain on large global actors and the potential frailties of this supply chain within certain geographies. This, in turn, has led governments around the world to consider their dependency on this vital commodity which is considered critical for key areas driving economies such as communications, security, and mobility.

This year’s SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium Europe – ISS Europe theme is “EU Chips Act: Realizing Europe’s Ambition by 2030”. The resilience of Europe’s Semiconductor sector in the face of the many challenges will be discussed, including the supply of talent and the growth of manufacturing capacity. The ability of Europe to remain relevant within the geopolitically influenced supply chain by exploiting its leading-edge R&D capacities and ability to produce disruptive technologies will also be explored.

Yole Group will be part of the speakers with:

Guillaume Girardin - Yole Développement

Guillaume GIRARDIN,
Chief Technology Officer
Yole Intelligence part of Yole Group

Wednesday, February 15
Session: Strategy and Market Forecast
from 2:30pm: Executive Keynote
: Semiconductor industry: Beachheads that drive the innovation

ABSTRACT:
Despite a semiconductor industry that will experience some troubles this year, the industry will continue to enjoy strong growth during the next decade. Once can wonder, what are we facing in the next couple of years? Upcoming challenges are numerous but innovation is still predominant. When touching at the realm of innovative technologies in areas such as 5G, future of computing, or silicon carbide, advanced packaging or silicon photonics, let’s review the most innovative areas of the semiconductor industry.

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