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Yole Group will be part of the program:
Claire TROADEC, Power & Wireless division Director
Power and Opto Semiconductor Forum – Thursday, September 15 – 04:25pm
Compound semiconductors : Can Taiwan help ?
Compound semiconductors, namely SiC, GaN, GaAs and InP, have made a remarkable entry over the last decades and continue their market ascension.
In the dynamic power electronic industry, wide band gap materials Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Gallium Nitride (GaN) have each penetrated mass markets such as Automotive and Consumer, respectively. Next, industrial, energy and communications markets are poised to provide extra momentum to grow.
On the Optoelectronic side, the ramp-up of VCSELs in consumer and mobile segments started a new wave of technology development and investments. Manufacturers have adapted to 6-inch GaAs wafers to deal with high-volume shipments, in order to address greater demands on cost and capacity compared to the datacom era.
InP is also on the rise with its imminent market entry in consumer, targeting 3D sensing for mobile phone and health monitoring for wearables.
This presentation provides insights on the compound semiconductor market’s evolution for Power and Opto. It describes the revenues & shipments of this industry at the device and wafer level, and will address a question which is on everyone’s lips : can Taiwan reproduce its successful semiconductor story for the Compound industry ?
More information: HERE
Business Line Director, More than Moore activities
Claire Troadec is Business Line Director of the More than Moore activities at Yole Group. These activities are covering imaging & display, photonics & sensing, battery & power semiconductors, and radio frequency.
Based on her valuable experience in the semiconductor industry, Claire is managing the expansion of the technical and market expertise of the More than Moore activities. Daily interactions with leading companies allow these analysts to collect a large amount of data and cross their vision of market segments’ evolution and technology breakthroughs.
In addition, Claire’s mission is focused on the management of business relationships with leading companies of this sector and the development of market research and strategy consulting activities inside the Yole Group.
Claire Troadec holds a Master’s degree in Applied Physics specializing in Microelectronics from INSA (Rennes, France). She then joined NXP Semiconductors and worked for 7 years as a complementary metal-on-silicon oxide semiconductor (CMOS) process integration engineer at the IMEC R&D facility. During this time, she oversaw the isolation and performance boosting of CMOS technology node devices from 90 nm down to 45 nm. She has authored or co-authored seven US patents and nine international publications in the semiconductor field and managed her own distribution company before joining Yole Group in 2013.