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November 3 - 6, 2019

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Industry Futures

The SEMI International Trade Partners Conference (ITPC), is an annual industry gathering that promotes open dialogue and fosters rapport among the world's top executives in the semiconductor and microelectronics manufacturing ecosystem.

This year’s ITPC conference theme, “Industry Futures,” is a call to envision the trends and technologies that are shaping the semiconductor manufacturing sector.  The conference discussion will encompass macro-influences, market drivers, supply chain strategies and enabling fab technologies that will define the industry landscape and aid executives in their preparation and decisions in the years ahead.

Industry experts and leading executives from around the world will gather at ITPC to share unique insights into the global ecosystem, business opportunities and technology collaboration in the semiconductor supply chain.

Location

Fairmont Kea Lani
4100 Wailea Alanui Dr
Maui, HI 96753
United States

Featured Speakers

Thomas Caulfield, Global Foundries
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CEO, GLOBALFOUNDRIES
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Sanjay Mehrotra
President and CEO, Micron
Babak Intel 170px
Babak Sabi
Corp. VP, GM, Assembly Test Technology Development, Intel Corporation
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Terushi Shimizu
President, Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation
Siva Sivaram Western Digital 170px
Siva Sivaram
Executive VP of Technology and Manufacturing, Western Digital
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Jeffrey Welser
Vice President, IBM Research–Almaden
Simon Yang, CEO, Yangtze Memory Technologies Co.
Simon Yang
CEO, Yangtze Memory Technologies Co.

Who Should Attend

Decision-makers, high-level executives in the microelectronics and consumer/commercial electronic applications and systems industries, including:

  • C-level executives
  • Senior executives (President, Vice President)
  • Board executives

ITPC Global Committee

SEMI would like to thank the ITPC 2019 Global Committee for their outstanding contributions in developing the agenda and direction for the conference.

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Conference and Sponsorship Questions

Marite Pantangco
Tel: 1 (408) 943-6940
Email: mpantangco@semi.org

Program Agenda

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This year’s ITPC conference theme, “Industry Futures,” is a call to envision the trends and technologies that are shaping the semiconductor manufacturing sector. The conference discussion will encompass macro-influences, market drivers, supply chain strategies and enabling fab technologies that will define the industry landscape and aid executives in their preparation and decisions in the years ahead.

Sessions include:

  • Thought Leadership
  • Markets and Applications
  • Future Fab
  • Technology Trends
  • Herbert Blaschitz, President, Global Business Unit ATF, Exyte
  • Paul Burlingame, President & CEO, Air Liquide
  • Thomas Caulfield, CEO, GLOBALFOUNDRIES
  • Christophe Fouquet, Executive Vice President, EUV, ASML
  • John Frank, Vice President Business Development | Advanced Facilities, Jacobs
  • Tom Ho, President, BISTel America
  • Jeff Lorbeck, Senior Vice President & GM, IOT, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
  • Sanjay Mehrotra, President & CEO, Micron
  • John Parks, Lam Research
  • Babak Sabi, Corporate Vice President, General Manager, Assembly Test Technology Development, Intel
  • Terushi Shimizu, Representative Director & President, Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation
  • Siva Sivaram, Executive VP of Technology and Manufacturing, Western Digital 
  • Jeffrey Welser, Vice President, IBM Research–Almaden
  • Simon Yang, CEO, YMTC

Stay tuned - the conference agenda is in the process of being finalized.

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Register

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- Member Price: $3,600.00
- Regular price Non-Member Price: $4,000.00

For spouse registration, click here.

ITPC Discount - For four or more participants from your company, please contact Marite Pantangco at itpc@semi.org.

Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations received on or before October 2 will be fully refunded. After the cancellation date, only substitutes will be accepted. Substitutions are only accepted with written permission from the original registrant. Please email your cancellations to itpc@semi.org.

 

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Activities

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  • Golf - Tuesday, November 5
  • Theme Banquet - Monday, November 4

Tuesday, November 5
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12:30pm Shotgun Start Tournament Schedule:
  • 11:30 am – Golf Shuttle to South Course
  • 11:45 am - Golf Check-In
  • 12:30 pm – Shotgun Start
  • 20:15 pm – Awards presentation at the ITPC Banquet

Tournament Fee - $275 to cover green fees,
golf shuttle, lunch and tournament prizes.<br>

Fee does not include rental of equipment. Equipment is available to rent. Indicate your need for rental equipment on the registration form to assure a smooth and timely tournament start.

Golf Foursome Pairings
This year’s golf tournament is an opportunity to mix and mingle with other ITPC golfers. Foursomes will be RANDOMLY drawn to provide a networking opportunity. Some may choose to submit twosomes to the drawing and the twosome will be paired randomly to make a foursome.

Event Sponsor

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Monday, November 4
6:30 - 10:00 pm
Fairmont Kea Lani Ballroom

Theme Banquet: Paniolo, The Hawaiian Cowboy

For one night, let us share in this cultural experience and celebrate the paniolos. For the theme banquet on Monday, November 4, please feel free to come dressed in your favorite cowboy hat and boots. We’ll have accessories ready for you.

When most people think of Hawaii, they think of its crystalline waters and soft sand beaches. Perhaps one of the most native experiences to the Hawaiian Islands is also the most overlooked—the history and existence of the Hawaiian cowboy.

The story of the paniolo

In 1793, King Kamehameha was gifted with five longhorns and placed a kappa (protection) over the cattle, allowing them to roam and multiply. This led to a booming beef trade and high demand for ranchers in Hawaii. Vaqueros, Mexican cowboys, soon arrived on the islands to teach the locals how to corral. Thus, began the culture of the Hawaiian cowboy, known to us now as the paniol

The world “paniolo” allegedly comes from the Hawaiian version of the word “español.” A cross between Mexican and Hawaiian cultures, the paniolo had a key role in providing a large source of income and trade for the islands. However, with the main exports shifting away from the beef trade, the future of the paniolo culture is at risk and as the industry fades away from the Hawaiian Islands, so does the treasured culture of these cattle ranchers.

There is a universal cowboy culture and a love for what they do that remains unchanged and fortunately, many people don’t want the paniolo culture to go away at all. In fact, it is celebrated. Historic Makawao in upcountry Maui hosts a Paniolo Parade and the Kamehameha Parade each year. Spectators come to see the unique paniolo tradition of wearing ponchos and cowboy hats, adorned with their own leis, trotting down the road.

Event Sponsors

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Travel

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Fairmont Kea Lani
4100 Wailea Alanui Drive
Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, 96753
Maps and Directions

The Wright Company, LLC manages the conference room block and airport transportation. 
Please do not call the hotel to make your reservation. 

Download the ITPC Housing/Transportation Form and submit to the Wright Company (not SEMI) for processing.
A copy of your conference registration receipt is needed to reserve a room.

Room Categories and Rates:
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  • Additional Fees: Daily Resort Fee @ $10.00 per day and State Tax @ 14.416%
  • The conference rates will be extended three (3) nights prior and three (3) nights after the event.  These rates will be in effect beginning October 30 and ending November 9, based on availability. Should additional rooms and/or rate not be available, your request will be placed on a waiting list. If Hotel can clear your additional room request, please note that group rates may not be available; therefore, additional rooms would be at a higher rate.
  • Complimentary Business High Speed Internet access in guest rooms for all SEMI attendees.
  • Daily parking for SEMI attendees:  $20 – self-parking, $ 30 – valet parking
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Sponsorship

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Marite Pantangco at 1.408.943.6940 or itpc@semi.org.

We can help design a unique sponsorship package to meet your marketing objectives and budget.

Fulfillment of benefits is pursuant to timely purchase.

Thank you to our 2019 Sponsors

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ITPC Contact Information

Marite Pantangco

ITPC Program Manager
SEMI Global Headquarters
Tel: 1.408.943.6940
E-mail: itpc@semi.org

Regions

SEMI Americas

Agnes Cobar
Tel: 408.943.7952
E-mail: acobar@semi.org

SEMI China

Mortal Li
Tel: 86-21-60278569
Email: mli@semi.org

SEMI Europe

Serena Brischetto
TEL: +49 30 303080770
sbrischetto@semi.org

SEMI Japan

Arisa Minaki
Tel: +81.3.3222.5803
Email: aminaki@semi.org

SEMI Korea

Hyun Cha
Tel: +82.2.551.3404
Email: jcha@semi.org

SEMI Southeast Asia

Kai Fai Ng
Tel: +65.6391.9519
Email: semiconsea@semi.org

SEMI Taiwan

Ana Li
TEL: 886.3.560.1777 Ext. 101
Email: ali@semi.org