Electronics Materials Group (EMG)

Electronic Materials Group 

The Electronic Materials Group (EMG) is a technology community representing SEMI member companies that provide substrates, polymers, metals, organic and inorganic materials, chemicals, and gases that are developed or in use for the manufacturing of electronics.

EMG addresses the markets for electronics manufacturing including but not limited to MEMS & Sensors, semiconductors, packaging, PCB & assembly, and flexible hybrid electronics.

EMG and Industry Related News 

GlobalFoundries Halts 7nm Work (EE Times; August 27, 2018) 

Inspecting Unpatterned Wafers (SemiEngineering; August 16, 2018)

Strategic Materials Conference 2018 Highlights "Materials Shaping the Future of Electronics" (SEMI; July 30, 2018)

Meeting Metrology and Inspection Requirements as EUVL Ramps Up for 5nm and 3nm (SEMI; June 28, 2018)

SEMI Launches Electronics Materials Group to Serve $69 Billion Industry (SEMI; June 28, 2018)

Enabling the AI Era with New Materials (Applied Materials; June 12, 2018)

Leading the World Beyond Moore’s Law to the AI Era, Six Cognitive Experts to Keynote at Flagship Semiconductor Event, SEMICON West (SEMI; June 7, 2018)

 

EMG/Industry News Archive 

 

Featured Events

September 5-7, 2018
September 24-26, 2018

 

Regional Chapters

As of now, the EMG Technology Community has three chapters located in America, Korea, and Japan. Each chapter has working groups and subcommittees that are working on various activities that are important to that specific region. Please feel free to contact the SEMI Staff or emg@semi.org to learn more.

 

 

 

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Interested in becoming an EMG Member

If you are already a SEMI member, but not yet a part of the Electronic Materials Group, contact Tom Salmon at emg@semi.org.  

If you are not a SEMI | FOA member reach out to your local SEMI Membership Contact or fill out the Membership Application.

Member Only Access

Connect to the EMG member community, view bulletin boards, join discussions, peruse the industry library, and modify your profile at connect.semi.org our online Membership Portal - Connected@SEMI

Separately, members may access presentations and market statistics for the whole semiconductor supply chain at the SEMI Members Only page. SEMI Membership is required to access this content.