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From Winning Attitudes to Dedicated Team Players, Military Veterans Bring Diverse Work Experience to Chip Industry

Like TEL, many SEMI member companies have a long history of hiring veterans. We all have done a good job of hiring military personnel who possess the obvious semiconductor industry-related job skills and experience (e.g., avionics, hydraulics,...

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SEMI EHS COVID-19 Working Group Evolves to Address Unfolding Pandemic Issues

Back in March 2020, at the onset of the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S., SEMI quickly formed an Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) COVID-19 working group made up of EHS professionals who suddenly saw a critical need to share their experiences,...

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Fluorinated Chemicals Are Essential to Semiconductor Manufacturing and Innovation

Semiconductors play an essential role in modern society by enabling ground-breaking technological advances. The manufacture of high-volume and advanced semiconductors requires the use of fluorinated chemicals known as PFAS. Representing the voice...

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SEMI EHS Advocacy Webinar – Maintaining a Unified Voice on Vital Importance of Fluoropolymers in Chip Industry

The semiconductor industry must do far more to educate the electronics supply chain on the subtle differences among various fluoropolymers, 30 SEMI member companies learned in an October 13 webinar organized by SEMI to help maintain a unified...

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Preparing the European Microelectronics Workforce for the AI Era

While Artificial Intelligence (AI) emerged in the 1950s, only in recent years have AI applications proliferated with the explosion of data and continuing improvements in Moore’s law that have driven rising processing speeds. Voice assistants,...

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SEMI Taiwan Talent and Public Policy Initiatives One Key to Industry Growth

Over the next five years the Taiwan government plans to invest NT$1.546 billion to build the workforce direly needed for future semiconductor industry research and development. The largesse is a tribute to efforts by SEMI president and CEO Ajit...

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SEMI Urges Safeguards for U.S. Exports and Innovation Regarding Foundational Technologies

As the United States government has expanded semiconductor-related export controls, companies in the global electronics manufacturing and design supply chain have had to spend considerable time and effort navigating restrictions and managing...

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Growing Wave of Chip Companies Join Global Green Energy Movement

As the world combats climate change, the chip industry continues to build momentum in becoming a better steward of the environment. In July, Taiwan chip giant TSMC became the world’s first semiconductor company to join RE100, the global...

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New SEMI Southeast Asia Member UTAC Eyes Global Growth

SEMI is pleased to welcome Singapore-based UTAC Holdings Ltd., formed nearly 50 years ago, as a new member. UTAC is a leading independent provider of assembly and test services for a broad range of semiconductor chips, offering a full range of...

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Pact for Skills to Advance Europe’s Technological Leadership and Sovereignty

Europe is facing an acute shortage of skilled microelectronics workers that undermines the growth potential of not only the electronics industry but the European economy as a whole. Nearly 1.1 million job advertisements for electro-engineering...

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