CGMG Webinar: Semiconductor Market Trends: Effects on the Materials Industry

CGMG Webinar: Semiconductor Market Trends: Effects on the Materials Industry

Wednesday, Apr 11, 2018
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Wednesday, Apr 11, 2018
at 10:00 AM to at 11:00 AM
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Online, United States

From the beginning, the semiconductor industry has crested wave after wave of innovation in technologies, applications and platforms to chart a course of sustained growth. This trend continues today, with semiconductors increasingly pervasive in both business and consumer products. The materials industry acts to facilitate and enable these waves through innovation in products and manufacturing generally invisible to the end user. This webinar will provide insight into the latest market trends, where we are in their lifecycles of these trends, and what this means for materials manufacturers. Speakers from IHS Markit and Mentor will discuss current trends in the global semiconductor market, the technologies that underpin these markets, and methods for evaluating market growth curves and the maturity of these markets, paving the way to better understand the future we face.

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Lens Jelinek
Senior Director, Semiconductor Manufacturing​
IHS Markit 

Len Jelinek has focused his research on capacity management and technology transitions within the semiconductor industry. He works with clients to access individual corporate strategies that may be impacted by additional wafer manufacturing capacity in China as well as other global locations. 

Len has developed an extensive database of wafer manufacturing suppliers both leading IDM's and pure play foundries service providers. This database can be used by clients to define corporate manufacturing strategies such as expand internal capacity versus transitioning to an outsourcing model.

Len joined the company after 28 years of experience in semiconductor manufacturing and business management in the semiconductor industry. He has gained invaluable experience with specific emphasis on program management, financial analysis, and manufacturing during his employment with ON Semiconductor and Motorola. 

Len holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Arizona State University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.

Walden C. Rhines, Ph.D.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Mentor, a Siemens business

Walden C. Rhines is President and Chief Executive Officer of Mentor, a Siemens business. He was previously CEO of Mentor Graphics for 23 years and Chairman of the Board for 17 years. During his tenure at Mentor, revenue nearly quadrupled and market value of the company increased 10X.

Prior to joining Mentor Graphics, Dr. Rhines was Executive Vice President of Texas Instruments’ Semiconductor Group. During his 21 years at TI, he was President of the Data Systems Group and held numerous other semiconductor executive management positions.

Dr. Rhines has served on the boards of Cirrus Logic, QORVO, TriQuint Semiconductor, Global Logic and as Chairman of the Electronic Design Automation Consortium (five two-year terms) and is currently a director. He is also a board member of the Semiconductor Research Corporation and First Growth Children & Family Charities. He is a Lifetime Fellow of the IEEE and has served on the Board of Trustees of Lewis and Clark College, the National Advisory Board of the University of Michigan and Industrial Committees advising Stanford University and the University of Florida.

Dr. Rhines holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science and PhD in materials science and engineering from Stanford University, a master of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and Honorary Doctor of Technology degrees from the University of Florida and Nottingham Trent University.