Webinar: Outlook on the Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry

Semiconductor Webinar Series


Webinar: Outlook on the Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry

Date: Tuesday March 26, 2013
Time: 10:00 am Pacific Time
Cost: $100.00/webinar and FREE to SEMI members

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Join us for this informative webinar presented by SEMI Industry & Statistics staff and focusing on semiconductor equipment spending trends in relation to fabs and the semiconductor materials market including packaging materials.

Agenda

2012 Semiconductor Equipment and Materials Update
Lara Chamness, SEMI

While 2012 started out promising, concerns about a broader economic recovery dogged the semiconductor industry. This presentation will discuss the 2012 new equipment and materials market and provide a forecast through 2014 for semiconductor wafer fab and packaging materials

Fab Spending and Capacity in 2013!
Christian Gregor Dieseldorff, SEMI

Will fab equipment spending in 2013 see positive or negative growth? How many construction projects will there be this year? What should we expect for capacity growth? This presentation is based on SEMI's World Fab forecast report which captures ~200 fab projects. Closely following macroeconomic indicators and the capex changes by TSMC, Samsung and Intel, the data presented forecasts the impact to fab spending and capacity.


Speaker Bios

Christian Gregor Dieseldorff
Senior Analyst, Director of Market Research, SEMI
Chris has over 25 years of industry. He earned an engineering degree in chemistry in Germany and began as development engineer at Siemens in Munich in 1986. In 1990 Chris moved to the US as one of the first members of the “Development Alliance Team” at IBM Fishkill at the first 200mm fab. In the years of 1996 to 1999 he was also the engineering manager and director of the first 300mm beta line at I300I at International Sematech in Austin, Texas. In 1999 he became the quality assurance manager for Memory and Graphic chips at Infineon North America. Since 2001 he conducts market research and analysis for worldwide cleanroom facilities first or Strategic Marketing and later also for SEMI in San Jose, California.

Lara Chamness
Senior Market Analyst Manager, SEMI
Ms. Lara Chamness is responsible for SEMI's data collection programs for equipment and materials. This includes the interactions with SEMI's participating companies, partners and subscribers. Prior to joining SEMI in 2005, Ms. Chamness worked for Honeywell's Electronic Materials business in a variety of marketing roles, with the most recent being Marketing Analyst. Ms. Chamness is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and has BA/MS degrees in environmental sciences from University of California and a MBA from Santa Clara University. Ms. Chamness has been following the semiconductor industry for twelve years.