SEMICON Taiwan 2016, an annual premium microelectronics industry event organized by SEMI, will take place from September 7th to 9th at the TWTC Nankang Exhibition Hall in Taipei. More than 700 companies will exhibit at the show using over 1,600 booths, with more than 43,000 professional visitors expected.
This year’s SEMICON Taiwan is divided into 16 areas comprised of eight Theme Pavilions and eight Region Pavilions, offering diversified themes for visitors to see the latest trends and prepare for emerging markets. The Theme Pavilions are Automated Optical Inspection, CMP, High-Tech Facility, Materials, Precision Machinery, Secondary Market, Smart Manufacturing, and Taiwan Localization. The Region Pavilions are Cross-Strait, German, Holland High Tech, Korea, Kyushu (Japan), Okinawa (Japan), Philippines, and Singapore.
During the exhibition the organizer will hold a SiP Global Summit, CFO Executive Summit, and Program Sessions that cover a wide range of topics including semiconductor materials, sustainable manufacturing and supply management, advanced packaging technology, innovation technology, MEMS, high-tech facility, smart manufacturing, semiconductor advanced manufacturing process and equipment technology, memory technology and IC design, and many others. Industrial heavyweights are invited to talk about up-to-date issues so participants may quickly catch up with the latest industrial developments and global market trends, further enhancing attendees’ future competitiveness.
SEMI Taiwan President Terry Tsao pointed out that SEMICON Taiwan 2016 is entering its 21st edition, with the size of the show continuing to grow as visitor numbers break previous records. The multiple theme pavilions and forums will enable participants to learn about market trends and industrial developments from macroscopic viewpoints. The exhibition will not only showcase new products and techniques, it will serve as an interaction platform for enhancing R&D strength, promoting collaboration, and creating business opportunities.
For more information, please visit the website at www.semicontaiwan.org.