SEMICON Europa 2006 - Best of

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Best of SEMICON® Europa 2006



The 30th anniversary event was held 4-6 April 2006 and concluded successfully with 794 exhibiting companies and attendance figures that exceeded the prior years’ event by 5 percent.


“We are very pleased with the results of this year's exposition” said Heinz Kundert, President of SEMI Europe.“ SEMICON Europa is turning into an efficient business and communication platform and the focus of the 2006 edition on specific industry segments where Europe is a leader certainly contributed to our success.



Programs and Conferences


The numbers of visitors for programs and conferences increased by 42 percent this year. Read more.


The Photovoltaic activities at SEMICON Europa were much appreciated by nearly 400 registrants to the 2nd APVM conference─a dedicated exhibition area and special networking event. Read more.

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(2.2 MB PDF) of Takashi Tomita, Corporate Executive Director and Group General Manager of Solar Systems Group, Sharp Corporation.


The Advanced Packaging Conference attracted over 120 participants and over 100 attended the EMTC (European Manufacturing Test Conference). List of Final Manufacturing related exhibitors

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(1.1 MB PDF) of Kari Kulojärvi, Director, Mechanics and Miniaturization Technology Platforms, Nokia.


Over 150 participants attended the International MEMS/MST Industry Forum and 82 attended the Nanoelectronics – Technology to Markets Conference. Read more.

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(6.6 MB PDF) of Don Russell, Product Integration Manager for DLP® Products, Texas Instruments


SEMICON Europa 2007
, the premier regional event to showcase technology to manufacture semiconductors, micro-electromechanical systems, nanoelectronics and photovoltaic devices, will be held 9-11 October 2007 in Stuttgart, Germany. The proximity of the annual SEMICON China event in late March made the early April timeframe of SEMICON Europa problematic for more than 100 exhibitors, who participate in both events. The new show dates will ease the time conflicts for these exhibitors and potentially enable others to participate as well. The new dates for 2007 will make the tradeshow accessible to even greater numbers of SEMICON exhibitors and will be more valuable to visitors. The date and location for 2008 is not decided.