Electronics manufacturing executives will attend Europe’s SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS Europe) in Dublin, Ireland on 4-6 March 2018. Hosted by SEMI Europe, the ISS Europe 2018 is the three-day flagship business event dedicated to innovation in the microelectronics sector that brings together leading analysts, researchers, economists, and technologists from the microelectronics and semiconductor industries for critical insights on the forces shaping the electronics manufacturing supply chain.
While having core strengths of its own, Europe is part of a global innovation and supply chain and European organisations need to find new ways to maximise competitive advantage. “Organisations operating in Europe need to find the most effective way to innovate, manufacture and profit by finding their place in the global supply chain. During the symposium, best class discussions will address Europe’s strategic, economic and social needs,“ said Laith Altimime, president, SEMI Europe.
A wide range of top European companies, research institutes and public institutions will debate the best ways to compete globally, along with discussions on successful manufacturing in Europe and mechanisms to support innovation:
- David Bloss, VP, Technology Manufacturing Group, Intel
- Holger Blume, Professor, University of Hanover
- Jean-Frederic Clerc, Deputy CEO and CTO, CEA Tech
- Kevin Cooney, Senior VP and Managing Director, Global CIO, Xilinx EMEA
- Jean-Christophe Eloy, CEO, Yole Développement
- Ann-Charlotte Johannesson, CEO, CEI-Europe AB
- Cheryl Miller, Founder/Executive Director, Digital Leadership Institute
- Mick A Morris, Director AMBER Research Centre, Professor, Trinity College Dublin
- Alain Mutricy, Senior VP Product Management, GLOBALFOUNDRIES
- James O’Riordan, CTO, S3
- David Sneddo, Director of Large Customer Sales for Central Europe, Google
- Florien van der Windt, Cluster Manager Smart Mobility, Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure & Environment
- Hanns Windele, Vice President, Europe and India, Mentor, a Siemens Business
Highlight of this year, the Panel Discussion “Critical Strategies to Grow Europe in the Global Supply Chain”. SEMI will also offer great networking opportunities such as an opening networking reception and, a gala dinner during which SEMI will announce the 2017 European Award winner.
Join Europe’s strategic thinkers and business drivers at ISS Europe 2018 in Dublin, Ireland from March 4-6, 2018!
For further information about our programs, please visit www.semi.org/eu/iss-europe-2018 or contact Christina Fritsch, Senior Manager, Program and Events. To sponsor the event please contact: SEMI Europe, Denada Hodaj, Manager Sales Europe (email: email@example.com).
To register online, please visit: https://iss2018.besl-eventservice.de/front/index.php
Fee includes conference and presentations access, reception, lunches and gala dinner.
Register before January 31 for a discount.
Premium sponsors of ISS Europe 2018 are: ASM, Bosch, DB Schenker, EBARA, OVIVO, Valqua America, Watlow.