Webinar: Fall 2018 Semiconductor Industry Outlook - Who is Driving Fab Spending and What is Going on with China?

Webinar: Fall 2018 Semiconductor Industry Outlook - Who is Driving Fab Spending and What is Going on with China?

Thursday, Oct 18, 2018
08:00 AM – 08:45 AM
Thursday, Oct 18, 2018
at 08:00 AM to at 08:45 AM
Webinar, United States


The latest semiconductor revenue growth is expected to be in the lower double digits in 2018 and lower single digits in 2019. The investment in fab equipment has responded to the recent change and adjusted with the potential weakening in Memory. In addition, many new fabs are being built in China and we expect the investments to have an increasing impact in 2018, 2019 and beyond.

This presentation will give an overview of the industry with the latest update on the semiconductor revenue prediction, capital expenditure, fab equipment spending, and capacity forecast based on the recent changes. The current fab activities in China will be also discussed in this session.

The data are reflecting the latest research by Industry Research and Statistics group at SEMI which is published in the World Fab Forecast report.

Why should you attend this webinar?

Registrants will receive an update on the latest developments in key segments of semiconductor manufacturing, and useful insights into the ecosystem, technologies that create new business opportunities in China today.



Agenda

8:00-8:35
Who is Driving Fab Spending and What is Going On with China?

Christian Dieseldorff

Senior Principal Analyst, Director of Market Research  SEMI Industry Research & Statistics 

Chris has over 30 years of industry experience. Chris is the senior principal analyst at the Industry Research and Statistics group at SEMI. For 15 years he held various engineering and management positions in startup R&D and Pilot lines. Since 2002, he conducts research and forecasts for worldwide semiconductor fab activities. Chris earned two degrees in chemistry at the University of Applied Science in the German Alps.

8:35-8:45
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