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SEMI Urges Global Standards for Essential Business Travel

On Monday, SEMI led a statement from a coalition of industry groups calling on governments worldwide to harmonize their policies to safely allow essential international travel by essential workers. Cross-border mobility in the semiconductor and...

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SEMI Urges EU and Member States to Allow Cross-Border Mobility of Essential Workforce

Right after the COVID-19 outbreak, multiple countries in Europe and globally recognized the semiconductor and microelectronics industries as essential and allowed for them to maintain operations of key research and manufacturing activities. 

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COVID-19: Japan Eases State of Emergency but Immigration Controls Hamper its Microelectronics Industry

In an important step toward resuming business as usual in Japan, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on May 14 lifted the state of emergency originally scheduled to expire at the end of May for 39 of Japan’s 47 prefectures, marking “the real beginning of...

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University Students Gather, Clamor for Microelectronics Career Insights at SEMI Webinar

What do you do when much of the U.S. is under lockdown and university students want insights into career opportunities in the microelectronics industry including how to secure jobs?

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MADEin4 Project: imec Helps Guide Future of High-Volume Manufacturing

imec, a SEMI Strategic Association Partner, is a member of MADEin4, an ECSEL JU consortium of nearly 50 European manufacturers and research and technology organizations (RTOs) working to drive Industry 4.0 solutions for the European semiconductor...

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Reskilling and Upskilling in the Microelectronics Industry After COVID-19

In light of COVID-19, the microelectronics industry is undergoing major changes and adapting to a great degree its work practices. This transition has given rise to new skills priorities. In such a challenging time, it is clear that reskilling...

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SEMI Urges ‘Essential Business’ Designation of Chip Companies Worldwide to Help Ensure Continuous Operation

SEMI has urged government representatives around the U.S. and world to designate the semiconductor industry as an essential business so operations at companies across the chip supply chain can continue without interruption as the spread of...

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SEMI Helps Members Navigate COVID-19 Disruptions

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Building the European Microelectronics Talent Pipeline: 5 Takeaways from Inaugural METIS Consortium Meeting

Taking aim at the workers and job training needed to drive microelectronics innovation, 50 members of the recently formed Microelectronics Training, Industry and Skills (METIS) consortium met for the first time in November 2019 to lay out the...

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2019 in Review – A Transformational Year for SEMI Global Advocacy

When we entered 2019, our priorities in SEMI Global Advocacy were crystal clear: Continue to advance our public policy priorities under the 4 T’s – Trade, Tax, Talent and Technology – and move toward a global reach. We raised SEMI’s profile on...

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