Cutting-edge innovations in artificial intelligence (AI), smart manufacturing, sustainable manufacturing, and sensors for a hyper-connected world will take the spotlight at SEMICON Korea 2021 as the event goes virtual February 3-12 to help curb the spread of COVID-19. Registration is open.
All SEMICON Korea 2021 virtual conferences will be offered on-demand for unlimited viewing throughout the event with an All-In pass – enabling anyone in the world with a smartphone, tablet or PC to attend at their convenience.
Themed Toward the Hyper-Connected World, SEMICON Korea 2021 will offer the latest microelectronics industry insights and developments during 20 virtual sessions featuring more than 120 experts across critical areas of semiconductor manufacturing including AI, smart manufacturing, design automation, metrology and inspection, test, MEMS and sensors, and sustainability.
The SEMI Technology Symposium (STS) at SEMICON Korea 2021 will provide insights into the latest technology trends and the future of next-generation semiconductor technology across six areas: lithography, interconnection, device, etch, cleaning, CMP and packaging.
Workforce Development and DEI (Diversity, Empathy and Inclusion)
With the microelectronics industry poised to seize unprecedented opportunities for growth, attracting the talent to drive the next wave of innovation is taking on increasing urgency. To help the industry build the workforce of the future, SEMICON Korea 2021 will feature Meet the Experts!, a mentoring program that connects university students and young talent with semiconductor engineers for tips on how to build a career in the semiconductor industry. The career development program will be offered online February 5.
Focused on increasing workforce DEI, the SEMICON Korea 2021 Women in Technologyprogram will host female leaders from KLA, Lam Research, LG Chem, Merck, and SK Telecom as they share insights on career development and how to attract more diversity to the semiconductor industry.