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Industry Leaders to Share Latest Innovations and Trends at SEMICON Taiwan 2010

Sales of global semiconductor equipment are up in all regions in 2010. Taiwan is projected to be the largest market at US$ 9.18 billion, while total semiconductor equipment sales worldwide will reach $32.5 billion. The materials market, driven by rising production capacity around the world, is expected to show healthy growth in this area as well as it reaches $8.8 billion in 2011, with Taiwan continuing as the second largest semiconductor materials market in the world. It is clear that Taiwan is the world’s most important semiconductor manufacturing center.

More than 30 industry leaders will present at SEMICON Taiwan programs to share the latest business and technology trends. Register now to attend SEMICON Taiwan programs so that you can get the latest news and insights into the Taiwan market. This is your best opportunity to learn about the latest innovations in semiconductor technologies!

  • Market Briefing : Semiconductor Market Outlook

    Analysts from UBS, Morgan Stanley, Gartner, Yole Développement and SEMI will share their observations on the semiconductor, foundry and DRAM markets. Register for this program to learn how the semiconductor industry value chain is going to change, to gain insight into semiconductor capital equipment spending and the materials markets, and to connect with leading semiconductor industry experts, executives and top analysts.

  • Executive Forum : Technology Advancement through Innovative Collaboration

    Speakers from TSMC, MXIC, TEL, IMEC, Ebara and Dow Electronic Materials will address topics focusing on technology advancement through innovative collaboration, including market research, the challenges of memory manufacturing, the roadmap for lithography and scanners under 20nm, future technical trends, and new materials applications in semiconductor manufacturing.

  • 3D IC Technology Forum : The Coming-of-Age of 2.5D and 3D ICs

    Before 3D ICs achieve mass production, 2.5D ICs, which are based on silicon interposers, are perceived as a bridge platform between today’s 2D and future 3D design and implementation. Presenters from Applied Materials, ASE, IMEC, Nokia, Qualcomm, SPIL, UMC, SEMATECH, Verigy and Yole Développement will share their experiences in 2.5D and 3D ICs, with a special emphasis on emerging business models, manufacturing readiness, roadmaps, and interdependencies with others in the eco-system.

  • MEMS Forum : Enhancing the Global Competitiveness of the MEMS Eco-system

    The market for MEMS has already been growing well for the past 10 years, but, according to Yole Développement, it is about to see another surge as the sector industrializes a series of new devices. The researchers expect the $7B MEMS market to pick up by the second half of this year and see a 14 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) through the next four years. Speakers from ASE, EV Group IMEC, InvenSense, Multitest, National Chip Implementation Center, Qualcomm, STMicroelectronics and SUSS MicroOptics, Touch Micro-system will share their experiences on design, packaging, testing and manufacturing to enhance the global competitiveness of the MEMS manufacturing eco-system.

  • CMP Forum : Exploring the Customized Frontier of CMP

    Speakers from Cabot, Dow Electronic Materials, Praxair, and Saint-Gobain Abrasives will address the topics of advanced CMP solutions for the integration of high-k metal gate technologies, erosion control in copper CMP processes and high-volume IC production.

Program Schedule

Sept. 8

08:30-12:00

Market Briefing : Semiconductor Market Outlook

13:00-17:00

IC Executive :

Technology Advancement through Innovative Collaboration

Sept. 9

08:30-17:00

3D IC Technology : The Coming of Age of 2.5D and 3D ICs

08:30-17:10

MEMS : Enhancing Global Competitiveness of MEMS Eco-system

Sept. 10

08:20-12:00

CMP : Exploring Customized Frontier CMP

About SEMI

SEMI is the global industry association serving the manufacturing supply chains for the microelectronic, display and photovoltaic industries. SEMI member companies are the engine of the future, enabling smarter, faster and more economical products that improve our lives. Since 1970, SEMI has been committed to helping members grow more profitably, create new markets and meet common industry challenges. SEMI maintains offices in Austin, Beijing, Bengaluru, Berlin, Brussels, Grenoble, Hsinchu, Moscow, San Jose, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo, and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www.semi.org.

Association Contacts:

Karen Lo / SEMI Taiwan

Tel: 886.3.573.3399 ext.218

E-mail: klo@semi.org