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SEMICON West 2016

7/12/2016 to 7/14/2016
When: 7/12/2016
Where: Moscone Center
747 Howard St
San Francisco 94103
United States

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From Collision to Convergence: Co-Creating Solutions in the Semiconductor and MEMS/Sensors Industries

A MSIG/SEMI Joint Workshop

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 | 1 pm – 5 pm

San Francisco Marriott Marquis

In spring 2015, SEMI and the MEMS & Sensors Industry Group (MSIG) conducted a joint survey of industry stakeholders to determine the technical and business challenges that are shared across the semiconductor and MEMS/sensors spectrum. The results were presented in a joint workshop at SEMICON West 2015. Building on the interest among participants to continue this work, a joint task force was formed to identify challenge areas that are pre- or non-competitive, providing the opportunity for collective thought leadership and solutions. The task force holds teleconferences twice a month, and has been initially focused on the creation of new industry standards.

Your participation is encouraged at the next joint task force meeting, which will be held during SEMICON West 2016 on Wednesday, July 13, 1:00-5:00 PM. The task force will discuss progress on specific Standards projects, then focus on how to broaden participation by stakeholders from other critical supply chain segments. Looking at the convergence of MEMS devices, sensors, flexible substrates, and chips into the Internet of Everything (IoE/T), while making sense of the changing ecosystem dynamics, will require a collective effort among stakeholders in a variety of fields. It is hoped that broader input will help craft an industry-wide roadmap or guiding document for companies looking to make smarter business choices in the context of rapidly changing supply chain dynamics. Please consider joining us as we grapple with these complex and interesting issues for the benefit of the extended supply chain.

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