More than 40,000 semiconductor savvy visitors expected at Semicon Korea 2015, don’t miss out and book your place
South Korea is home to more than 330 semiconductor products, materials, devices and design companies. Semicon is the world’s biggest microelectronics show. Naturally, South Korea and Semicon are a perfect fit. Semicon 2015 will bring global leaders from the semiconductor industry to one stage where they can share their thoughts on where the industry is headed, discuss the latest developments and identify new business opportunities.
Semicon Korea 2015 will be held between February 4th and 6th at the COEX Mall in Seoul. About 40,000 visitors from the industry are expected to attend. Over 500 companies will be taking part in Semicon Korea 2015.
There will be plenty of networking opportunities at the event as the majority of the visitors comprise company executives, engineers and buying teams from different companies.
Three keynote address on the first day
The event will kick off with a press conference at the InterContinental Seoul COEX at 10 am followed by the IMEC Technology Forum. Three speakers will deliver keynote addresses on the first day. The first speaker is ES Jung, Ph.D from Samsung Electronics and he will be speaking on open collaboration for the development of semiconductor technology. It will be followed by a speech from Wen-Hann Wang from Intel Corporation.
Mr Wang will speak on creating a better future for mankind through widespread technology use. The third speaker, Mr. Maciej Kranz is from Cisco Systems and he will speak about the internet of things. Entry is free for this event but pre-registration is a must.
Watch out for technical papers are the SEMI Technology symposium
The SEMI Technology symposium is an important part of Semicon. Here, there will be sessions on advanced lithography, plasma science, advanced metrology, contamination free manufacturing and more. Many technical papers will be presented at the symposium.
The organizers have also made space for two business programs at Semicon Korea 2015, specifically for the benefit of entrepreneurs, senior executives and academicians. The first program is a market seminar. If you want to learn about the latest trends in the semiconductor industry, find data or interesting market insights, this is the event to attend. The second program is the secondary equipment forum. Here you can meet representatives from various secondary equipment manufacturing companies.
Final thoughts on Semicon Korea 2015
Korea exported semiconductor products worth $57B in 2013, which makes it a regional power horse in semiconductor designing and manufacturing. So the Semicon 2015 event could not have been hosted in a better location. Moreover, Semicon Korea 2015 is expected to be better than all its earlier versions. If you have not already made plans to come to Korea to take part in Semicon, this is the time to reconsider.