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SEMICON Korea 2024 Takeaways: Keynotes, Semiconductor Market Forecast, Supplier Search and Talent

SEMICON Korea 2024, the region’s premier semiconductor exhibition, gathered innovative companies and visionaries that are helping shape the future of the chip industry. The exhibition and conferences at COEX in Seoul drew 435 exhibitors and more than 65,000 attendees.

Observing Black History Month and the Importance of Inclusion and Diversity in the Semiconductor Industry

Antoinette Hamilton, Global Head of Global Inclusion and Diversity and Sr, Director of Employee Engagement at Lam Research, reflects on the semiconductor industry's progress towards diversity, why inclusion is critical to everyone’s success and how companies and leadership can affect greater change.

Global Semiconductor Industry – Driving to $1 Trillion and Beyond Together

Over the course of my seven-year tenure as President and CEO of SEMI, we have worked to build the premier platform for global semiconductor industry collaboration to address its shared opportunities and challenges.

Invest in Pomerania Aims to Expand Europe's Semiconductor Manufacturing in Northern Poland

Invest in Pomerania initiatives, coordinated by the Pomeranian Development Agency, are key in representing the interests of Pomeranian Voivodeship, focusing on promoting the region’s technological prowess to the global semiconductor market.

Owning Your Allyship: Supporting Women in the Semiconductor Workforce

As a speaker on the Bridging the Gender Gap Through Allyship panel, I shared my perspectives on how we can increase the ranks of women in the chip industry and heard from fellow advocates.

SEMI Korea 2023: Rich Set of Workforce Programs Cultivates Talent for Domestic Chipmakers

To help players across Korea’s semiconductor ecosystem prepare talent for careers in the industry, SEMI Korea, through its Workforce Development Council, offers nearly 20 programs each year to improve the skills of not only college students but also junior engineers.

Celebrating Veterans: Tokyo Electron's Commitment to Honoring Military Service and Support

Tokyo Electron has implemented various programs and initiatives aimed at helping veterans find meaningful employment opportunities and providing them with a supportive and inclusive work environment. TEL is a founding member of the SEMI Foundation’s VetWorks working group.

Data-Driven Strategies Enabling Workplace Diversity and Inclusion

In this interview, Christine Pelissier, General Manager EMEA Semi Customer Centre at Edwards Vacuum, explores how data-driven approaches are shaping the future of inclusive workplaces.

Building the Pipeline – KLA’s Quest to Attract Top Talent

Ahead of his presentation at SEMICON Europa, Dan Collins, General Manager of the SPTS Division at KLA Corporation, shares insights on the innovative approaches and practices that KLA has adopted to attract, nurture, and retain a diverse talent pool, while fostering workplace inclusivity.

Childcare in the CHIPS Act: Resources and Solutions – Webinar Recording Now Available

On September 19th, the SEMI Foundation brought together CHIPS office representatives, workforce development thought leaders, and childcare solution providers to present the webinar Childcare in the CHIPS Act: Resources and Solutions.