Vietnam Semiconductor Strategy Summit 2014
Advancing Vietnam's Role in the Global Semiconductor Industry
September 16-17, 2014
The 2nd SEMI® Vietnam Semiconductor Strategy Summit brings together executives of the world’s leading microelectronics companies with delegates representing Vietnamese government, academia, research, and industry to explore and discuss the key strategies, challenges, and opportunities in growing the Vietnam semiconductor industry. The event will bring together the key decision-makers shaping the future of the industry in Vietnam and help forge the connections and relationships that will drive growth over the next decade and beyond.
Vietnam remains committed to entering the global microelectronics world, moving beyond backend. While the first Summit provided a platform to discuss the need for a local supply chain, workforce development, R&D collaboration and IP protection, many challenges still remain as the fab project nears the approval stage. From water supply infrastructure to device design, this year’s SEMI Vietnam Semiconductor Strategy Summit is the only event where these critically important discussions will happen.
Session 1: Semiconductor and Emerging/Adjacent Market Overviews
Session 2: Policy and Government Update
Session 3: Semiconductor Manufacturing in Vietnam
Session 4: Educationand Workforce Development
We are inviting global stakeholders with an interest in Vietnam’s semiconductor market—from the equipment, materials, device and R&D communities—to share their vision, insights and outlook with Vietnam’s local business, technology and educational communities. Be part of the exciting developments in this emerging Southeast Asia market and join us in Ho Chi Minh City in September!
For additional information please contact Michael Droeger at email@example.com.
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