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ISS Europe

15 - 16 February 2023 | Vienna, Austria

EU Chips Act: realizing europe’s ambition by 2030


We are present with multiple talks:

  • Sustainable Semiconductors Technologies and Systems - Marie Garcia Bardon, R&D Manager and Principal Member of Technical Staff -  16 Feb: 2:00 pm - 2:20 pm
  • imec AI strategy – Steven Latré, Fellow AI - 16 feb: 3:00 pm - 3:20 pm

Panel discussion: Vision for Europe 2030. 
Moderator: Michael Alexander, Roland Berger

  • Jo De Boeck, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer, imec
  • Christin Eisenschmid, Managing Director and VP Europe Ecosystem Strategy, Intel Germany 
  • Martin Cotter, Senior Vice President of Industrial and Multi-Markets Business Groups, Analog Devices

Details for Panel Discussion:

  • Title of the panel discussion: Vision for Europe 2030
  • Location: Hilton Vienna Park, Vienna
  • Date: Thursday, February 16th , 2023
  • Time of the panel discussion: 09:25
  • Duration of panel discussion: 00:40 (including questions and answers)
  • The panel discussion will be held in-person

Event details

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.

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