Tradeshows & Conferences
SEMICON EUROPA 2023
SHAPING A SUSTAINABLE $1 TRILLION ERA
SEMICON Europa 2023 is co-located with productronica in Munich, Germany creating the strongest single event for electronics manufacturing in Europe, and broadening the range of attendees across the electronics chain.
– Top-notch Keynotes
– Market Trends
– Advanced Packaging Forum / Fab Management Forum
– Smart Manufacturing / Mobility / MedTech
– Workforce Development and many more!
FOR THIS NEW EDITION, WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU AND SHARING OUR ANALYSIS WITH YOU THROUGH OUR DIFFERENT PARTICIPATION:
Meet us at Booth B1-566
Once again, Yole Group will be part of SEMICON EUROPA experience as exhibitor and we are very glad to get the opportunity to meet our customers and business partners, establish new contacts in the industry and help drive your business forward.
Interested in an onsite meeting with us? Send us your request at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yole Group will be part of program at the executive forum with:
Division Director – Photonics and Sensing, Yole Intelligence
Wednesday, November 15 – 1:50 pm – 4:05 pm
Session Chair at the Smart MedTech Forum – Empowering Patient Centric Health with Semiconductors
Principal Analyst, Yole Intelligence
Friday, November 17
Innovation Showcase: Video Presentations: Innovations in the Space of Microelectronics and Semiconductors
1pm: Mapping the Innovation Paths of the Semiconductor Industry
Packaging, Assembly and Test in Europe – Pros and Cons: panel discussion
In addition, Emilie Jolivet, Division Director, Semiconductor, Computing and Memory will be part of a panel discussion powered by WEKA Fachmedien.
Wednesday, November 15th
Booth A2 – 577 | PRODUCTONICA
In packaging, assembly and test, Europe’s share is only 3 per cent. European semiconductor production has a share of 9 per cent of the world market. This share is to be increased to 20 per cent within the framework of the EU Chips Act – in order to become somewhat less dependent on suppliers from Asia. Thus, when it comes to more independence, packaging, assembly and testing should be expanded rather than neglected. But there are also arguments against building larger capacities in Europe. After all, the costs for production are somewhat higher in Europe than in Asia. But are users inclined to pay more money for more resilient supply chains? So, what are the arguments for and against spending taxpayrs´ money for building a European packaging, assembly and test industry?
Deputy Business Line Director, More than Moore activities
Jérôme Mouly is Deputy Business Line Director of the More than Moore activities at Yole Group.
Jérôme manages the expansion of the technical expertise and market know-how of the team. In addition, Jerome’s mission focusses on the management of business relationships with company leaders and the development of market research and strategy consulting activities. He has conducted more than 100 marketing and technological analyses for industrial groups, start-ups, and institutes in the field of MEMS and sensing technologies.
Jérôme has been also deeply engaged in Yole Group's finance activities with a dedicated focus on the commercial exploitation of smart system technologies and access to funding opportunities.
Jérôme is regularly involved in international conferences, with presentations and keynotes.
Jérôme Mouly earned a Master of Physics degree from the University of Lyon (FR).