SEMI Oregon Breakfast Forum: Globalization:  How it Shapes the Semiconductor Industry

SEMI Oregon Breakfast Forum: Globalization:  How it Shapes the Semiconductor Industry

Thursday, Nov 9, 2017
07:30 AM
Thursday, Nov 09, 2017 at 07:30 AM
Mentor, a Siemens Business
8005 Boeckman Rd.
Wilsonville, Oregon, United States - 97070


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Non-Members: $95
Students: $15 (for code contact


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Globalization: How it Shapes the Semiconductor Industry

We hear every week about another acquisition or merger as our Industry continues to expand into one of the most complex supply chains in history.  You are invited to join us for a set of discussions on the implications and impacts of our global footprint.  What is happening with the China surge?  What do International politics mean to our business, how do our different cultures interact?  How can we rejuvenate electronics, semiconductor industry and economic growth in the United States?  We are excited to provide for you a select group of speakers who will provide analysis, forecast and on how this will affect us all.  

SEMI Oregon Breakfast Forum is a great opportunity to network with your colleagues and meet other local industry leaders and professionals.


7:30–8:00 am
Continental Breakfast & Check-In
Welcome Remarks, Dave Anderson, Americas President, SEMI

How do I protect design and value in the global IC manufacturing world?

Michael Chen, Director, at Mentor, A Siemens Business

9:05– 9:30
The New Reality of Integrated Circuits

John Brewer, CEO, Amorphyx

China's Impact on the Semiconductor Industry: 2017 Update

Ed Pausa, Director, Technology Center, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

Networking Break
Intellectual Property Pitfalls and Possibilities in a Globalizing Economy

David D’Ascenzo, Intellectual Property Attorney, Dascenzo Intellectual Property Law

Wrap Up, Networking, Thank you for attending!


Lin Tso | Senior Manager Americas Program  | +1.408.943.7920  |  Email:

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