CMC Conference 2020 (virtual)


Critical Materials for Semiconductor Device Manufacturing

Umicore sponsors the Critical Materials Council (CMC) Conference, a 2-­day event providing actionable information on manufacturing supply chains for current and future semiconductor materials. The conference program features keynotes from leaders in semiconductor technology and materials.

Join us to understand the dynamics of how materials enable and advance IC manufacturing processes and technologies.

The Conference will also be the occasion to discuss market data and to validate “when” materials will be needed.
Attendees from fabs, OEMs, and materials suppliers alike will have the opportunity to interact with the presenters and colleagues, to gain insights into best-practices of the entire supply-chain.

Four sessions will cover:

  • Global Value-chain Issues, Including Economics and Regulations,
  • Immediate Challenges of Materials & Manufacturing, 
  • Emerging Materials in R&D and Pilot Fabrication, and 
  • Heterogeneous / Advanced Packaging Materials

For more information, please click here.

CMC Conference 2020 (virtual)



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