SEMI North America exists to advance member interests, to help them grow profitably, and discover new markets and opportunities across the micro- and nano-electronics industries. There are myriad of ways to engage and advance the industry through SEMI. You are welcome to join and work with us in achieving our future together.
Thank you to the experts on the SEMI North American Advisory Board [NAAB]. This committee is comprised of executives from leading semiconductor companies throughout North America and represents the interests of the SEMI membership.
TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP SERIES OF THE AMERICAS
Technology Leadership Series of the Americas is organized by SEMI Americas to connect more than 2,300 member companies and 1.3 million professionals worldwide to advance the technology and business of electronics manufacturing. The pinnacle of the series, SEMICON West, is celebrating its 50th year as the flagship event for the semiconductor industry and for the first time, will be presented as a virtual event in 2020.
More than 2,100 market-related businesses have teamed with SEMI to help structure content for the Technology Leadership Series of the Americas. In addition, key interest groups have rallied with SEMI in the past 24 months to multiply interactions with the supply chain. In turn, these exchanges are calculated to increase the members’ respective technical ROIs. Technology communities include the Fab Owners Alliance (FOA), FlexTech, MEMS & Sensors Industry Group (MSIG), Electronic System Design Alliance (ESDA), as well as global partner associations such as IEEE and SAE International, which leads technical learning for the mobility industry.
Aligned from coast to coast, across a 12-month span, the series is designed to foster the most critical discussions for connecting both the short-term and long-term influences impacting the $2-trillion worth of emerging markets. The series aims to remove the guesswork about which of the world’s rapidly rising number of conferences provides the highest ROI for the senior executive, engineer-scientist, and sales representative.
SEMI Americas Conferences
At the peak of the collaborative series, SEMICON West 2020 Virtual Event. It provides renowned global presenters and hands-on demos, at both strategic and technical levels, for up-to-minute predictions and breakthroughs on upcoming trends and enablers. Based on direction from SEMI members, this year there are five vertical application areas that are hosted within Smart Pavilions. Each pavilion will host a Meet the Experts Theater featuring short topical presentations by experts in the areas of Mobility, Manufacturing, Workforce Development, and MedTech.
The SEMI Arizona Chapter seeks to become one of the most vibrant and active 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, Technology and Innovation, and Regional Stakeholder Outreach.
The SEMI Northeast Chapter originally formed in 1994 as the New England Committee provides the SEMI regional membership and microelectronics professionals a forum to gain sales and marketing information, technology updates and forecast/market analyses. The Chapter's overriding goal is to facilitate collaboration, networking, professional growth and economic development across the microelectronics supply chain.
The SEMI Pacific Northwest 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, and Events and Communication.
SEMI is ready to support our members locally with our industry programs in the Silicon Valley region. Our vision is not only to provide business/networking 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. 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.
The SEMI Texas Chapter seeks to become one of the most vibrant and active chapters in the US. The committee plans and executes programs and activities that benefit SEMI members and their customers in Lone Star State. The Chapter has an active leadership and is comprised of volunteers from business, academia and other companies in Central Texas. Committee membership is open to SEMI members (corporate, affiliate and individual members) doing business with the semiconductor and related technology communities in the region.