SEMI Americas Silicon Valley Chapter

Welcome to the home page for SEMI Members and their customers in Silicon Valley Region and the SEMI Silicon Valley Committee.  This Committee is a great way to keep connected with what is going on in the industry and a great opportunity to network with industry leaders.  If you are interested in joining the SEMI Silicon Valley Chapter, please contact Lin Tso at ltso@semi.org and/or 408-943-7920.

SEMI is ready to support our members locally with our industry programs in the Silicon Valley region. Our vision for the region is not only to provide periodic events but also to create a community platform for members, customers, local research organizations, universities, workforce development groups, and economic development resources to connect and prosper.

SEMI Silicon Valley Chapter Purpose and Statement

 

Silicon Valley Steering Committee

The SEMI Silicon Valley Chapter seeks to become one of the most energetic and effective chapters in the US. The Chapter’s overriding goal is to identify, prioritize, and help solve challenges impacting SEMI members around the following key themes:  

  • Workforce Development/Education
  • Regional Stakeholder Outreach
  • Events and Communication

The Chapter has an active executive leadership comprised of volunteers from commercial, academia, and other member companies employing high-tech workers in the Silicon Valley, CA,  USA

The SEMI Silicon Valley Chapter also provides the SEMI regional membership and electronics professionals a forum to gain sales and marketing information, innovative/technology updates and forecast/market analyses.  The Chapter's overriding goal is to facilitate collaboration, networking, professional growth and economic development across the electronics supply chain. 

 

The Steering Committee guides a variety of activities geared to achieving their charter goal, including the organization of forums for technical and market presentations and peer networking for regional SEMI members and the technology community. The Committee identifies success metrics for all activities and regularly communicates successes to stakeholders.

 

Please contact Lin Tso at ltso@semi.org or 408-943-7920 for details.