Date: June 3, 2021
Time: 3 pm EDT
Manufacturing a semiconductor is one of the world’s most capital intensive and technically complex manufacturing processes. A leading-edge semiconductor manufacturing facility can cost over $20 billion and is the home of hundreds of steps in the process of making a semiconductor. The U.S. share in semiconductor manufacturing capacity has eroded from 37% in 1990 to 12% currently. This is a direct result of significant government incentives abroad aimed at ensuring the next semiconductor manufacturing facility is built within their borders. Please join SIA for a 45-minute briefing examining how a semiconductor is made and how we can re-establish U.S. leadership in this critical area.
June 3: How a Semiconductor is Made and How We Can Re-Establish U.S. Leadership
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