GRENOBLE, FRANCE: SEMICON Europa 2014, the industry’s opportunity to network with customers, suppliers, partners and peers, opens today at ALPEXPO in Grenoble with more than 400 exhibiting companies.
Companies like Applied Materials, Intel, Infineon, Microsoft, Philips, Samsung, Sony, STMicroelectronics, and Tokyo Electron will present their strategies and requirements in SEMICON Europa programs and on the exhibition floor. SEMICON Europa 2014 (7-9 October) also features the new “Allée des Clusters” and Innovation Village, which will showcase more than 35 start-up companies and their innovative products and capabilities.
SEMICON Europa offers semiconductor Front-End manufacturing programs, including the 18th annual Fab Managers Forum, as well as programs on the Internet of Things, Automation Level in Fabs, and Smart Connected Sensor Devices. Consumers continue to drive an ever increasing demand for mobile electronics and interconnectivity — for both work and play.
New devices are being developed and sensor applications are soaring to meet future requirements for processing and transmitting data/information across a variety of applications (i.e. healthcare, industrial, security, entertainment, energy efficiency, etc.). SEMICON Europa highlights include Electronic Applications (Imaging Conference and Nanoelectronics for Healthcare Session) and Electronic Components (Low Power Conference and Power Electronics Conference).
Other conference programs at SEMICON Europa (www.semiconeuropa.org) will explore 450mm wafer processing and other critical issues in Fab Management, Advanced Packaging, 3D IC, Test and MEMS. Now in its third decade, SEMICON Europa’s new location leverages the growing strengths of Grenoble’s technology businesses, academia and institutions to showcase a diverse array of products, solutions and opportunities spanning the most advanced innovations in the European nano-manufacturing industry.
SEMICON Europa 2014 will be held on 7-9 October in conjunction with the Plastics Electronics Conference to showcase Europe’s most innovative companies, institutions and people.