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Showfloor TechARENA 2019

Showfloor TechARENA 2019

TechARENA 1 & 2 - Technological Platform for Innovation

12 - 14 November 2019 
Showfloor - TechARENA, Hall B1
 


TechARENA 1 is sponsored by :
  
 

 

 

 

 

Program Overview TechARENA 1 & 2

 

 

Access to the TechARENA is free of charge for all visitors with SEMICON Europa visitor ticket.

 

 

More information is available here!

 


This Session is sponsored by :
  
 
 

 

Russia on the Edge of Digital Transformation

12 November 2019 | 11:45 - 12:45
Showfloor - TechARENA 1, Hall B1

Digital technologies are becoming more influential in all the spheres of Russian electronics ecosystem.   The true digital revolution has already embraced both small and large businesses. Russian electronics and microelectronics supply chain intends to rely on digital transformation, where industrial leaders also have great potential in terms of the development of high-tech production and know-how. By 2024, Russia is faced with the task of increasing the rate of non-primary non-energy exports to $ 250 billion per year.

Which technologies, components and solutions to supply from Russia, how to cooperate with Russia in changing environment, which new projects emerge - all these topics will be highlighted by the experts who represent the key companies from Russian Federation and exclusively invited to SEMICON Europa showfloor.


Young Disruptors

 
    
 

12 November 2019 | 12:45 - 15:05
Showfloor - TechARENA 2, Hall B1

Attend this Young disruptors  technical session to meet an outstanding groups of  highly innovative European Companies. They are involved in the most disruptive future technologies ranging from Quantum computers to Artificial Intelligence and VIS and NIR spectroscopy.

In addition, it will be shown very special application fields like biotechnology and low-pressure sintering.

 



 

Challenges for Moore’s Law

12 November 2019 | 13:00 - 15:00
Showfloor - TechARENA 1, Hall B1

Moore’s Law has powered more than 50 years of advances in computing and in the microelectronics industry, but in recent years more and more challenges emerged. In this session experts from industry as well as from academia will share their thoughts on recent challenges for Moore’s Law and will provide information on R&D activities and programs which were implemented to overcome these challenges. This session will showcase a selection of some of the key European collaborative research projects under the control of the European Commission (H2020), ECSEL Joint Undertaking and PENTA/CATRENE. Projects of notable interest would include the current and pending FET (Future Emerging Technology) Flagships and KET (Key Enabling Technology) Pilot Lines.

A strong focus of the session will be on roadmapping dedicated to the future of European Nanoelectronics starting from the needs of applications to address societal challenges and leveraging the strengths of the European eco-system, including the equipment and material industry.

 


 

Digitized Electronics & Industry 4.0: The MADEin4 Initiative

12 November 2019 | 15:15 - 17:00
Showfloor - TechARENA 1

Meeting the challenges of digital revolution, Metrology Advances for Digitized Electronics Components and Systems Industry 4.0 (MADEin4) project aims at developing advanced and highly connected cyber physical systems using a novel Industry 4.0 approach that combines metrology data analysis and design with machine learning methodologies and digital twinning.  MADEin4 is positioned to facilitate manufacturers’ pre-commercial access to test samples by connecting them with Europe’s leading RTOs.

The session Digitized Electronics & Industry 4.0 – MADEin4 will gather speakers from Applied Materials, Thermo Fisher, Mentor, TowerJazz and SEMI to discuss the latest innovation advancements in the field of smart manufacturing, Industry 4.0 metrology platforms developments and the benefits of digitalized manufacturing for enhanced productivity. MADEin4 receives funding from the ECSEL JU under grant agreement No 826589. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Netherlands, Belgium, Hungary, Romania and Israel.

 


 

Technologies for Communication

12 November 2019 | 15:15 - 17:00
Showfloor - TechARENA 2, Hall B1

Communication is a key element to our society's foundation. Communication is used for business and industries, but also in families, amongst friends, in schools and in government. The first wireless communication systems came into use at the end of the 19th century, and the technology has matured significantly over the intervening years. The advancement of technology has helped to advance the ways in which we communicate with each other.

5G communication will naturally evolve from existing 4G networks, but will mark an inflection point in the future of communications, bringing connectivity to billions of devices. It is generally accepted that 5G is the next major evolution of mobile communication technology with performance improvements of several orders of magnitude over today’s networks

This session will describe various technologies for communication, their challenges and the wide scope of applications taking benefits of advanced and secure communication platforms.


 

Market Briefing

13 November 2019 | 10:00 - 11:00
Showfloor - TechARENA 1, Hall B1

The SEMI Market Briefing  provides  you an overview  of trends and drivers for most interesting Semiconductor future markets like  Artificial Intelligence , Machine Learning, and Autonomous Vehicles.

In addition, SEMI market briefing will show an overview on semiconductor equipment roadmap as well as semiconductor supply chain for the next three to five years.


This Session is sponsored by :
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SCREEN - Solutions for differentiating Nanoelectronics in Europe

13 November 2019 | 10:00 - 12:30
Showfloor - TechARENA 2, Hall B1

SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions Co., Ltd. is a world class semiconductor production equipment company for advanced cleaning, lithography, annealing, measurement/inspection and packaging technology. Long term European R&D and JDP collaboration drive our global innovation and we partner and support more than 25 years the semiconductor industry in Europe. Within the TechARENA2 morning session we will present equipment solution for selected device trends and R&D topics in Europe and provide update on new equipment platform.

 


 

Smart Manufacturing I (Software-centric)

13 November 2019 | 11:30 - 13:30
Showfloor - TechARENA 1, Hall B1

Smart Manufacturing solutions represent data and hardware driven optimizations throughout the value chain in order to compete successfully in the global market. The semiconductor industry has always been a proactive front-runner when it comes to Smart Manufacturing. Maintaining this position requires ongoing activities to further develop and implement solutions specific to the semiconductor industry and to adopt solutions developed by other industries or driven by Industry 4.0 initiatives.

Topics covered will be:

The Smart Manufacturing I TechARENA will address software-centric aspects of recent developments and success stories. Topics in focus are: Big Data, Analytics, Augmented Reality, AI and Machine Learning, Manufacturing Execution, Advanced Process Control, Digital Twin, Data Security, Block chain, Automation, Scheduling & Logistics, and QM Systems.

Who should attend?

Manufacturing technology, IT, and facility, process and equipment engineers and managers, and Risk Management.


 

Disruptive Computing

13 November 2019 | 12:45 - 14:45
Showfloor - TechARENA 2, Hall B1

The global economy is rapidly becoming digital. Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) are the foundation of all modern innovative economic systems. Internet and digital technologies are transforming the lives we lead, the way we work – as individuals, in business, and in our communities as they become integrated in all sectors of our economy and society.

The amount of data to be collected, processed, stored and transmitted is expected to double every two years for the next decade, hitting 45,000 exabytes in 2020. For conventional approaches, the amount of data to be stored is too big, the data transfer rates are too low, the available computational power is limiting, and the energy consumption as well as the heat production of general-purpose CPUs in von-Neumann-architecture are too high.

Therefore, a paradigm shift is taking place in many applications, in that data are progressively processed at a more localised level – moving computing power from the cloud to the edge down to the end device. The new paradigm is systemic efficiency, characterised by multi-parametric optimisation: reduction in power consumption, latency, and data transfer by means of preprocessed data and flexible processor architectures. Promising approaches are artificial neural networks and neuromorphic computing.

Another paradigm shift is driven by quantum technologies. Quantum systems have a huge application potential in the field of high precision measurements, secure communication, deciphering, and ultimately fast computing.

 


 

MEMS along the Value Chain

13 November 2019 | 14:00 - 16:30
Showfloor - TechARENA 1, Hall B1

Join us in this informative TechARENA session on MEMS as we explore the MEMS Value Chain. We will have experts from selected steps of the MEMS Value Chain present on their area of expertise. We will start with a market overview, then look at software, process equipment, statistical process control, test equipment and then an application.


This Session is sponsored by :
        
 
     

 

 

 

Connecting Korean Suppliers and European Customers

13 November 2019 | 15:00 - 17:00
Showfloor - TechARENA 2, Hall B1

Korean semiconductor industry has made great strides in the past 30 years, and at the same time, Korean semiconductor equipment, materials and parts industries have made strides. With this competitiveness, Korean suppliers have been positioned as key suppliers in the US, China and Taiwan markets. However, since there is not much ties in the European market, we have created a program that can make a good connection between European customers and Korean suppliers. We look forward to seeing the success of key semiconductor equipment suppliers in Korea. 

 

 

 


 

Smart Photonics

14 November 2019 | 10:00 - 12:00
Showfloor - TechARENA 1, Hall B1

Attend this Smart Photonics technical session to explore short-term and long-term solutions, from recent research to industrialization. Experts from both the industry and academic worlds will share their vision and discuss fundamentals, tools and applications.


 

Building a Circular Economy in the Electronics Manufacturing Industry

14 November 2019 | 10:00 - 12:00
Showfloor - TechARENA 2, Hall B1

Advanced manufacturers are transforming their business models under the principles of circular economy. The circular economy model moves from the traditional take-make-waste practice and aims to keep materials, components, products and waste useful and valuable at all phases. It is a continuous development cycle that supports environmental protection, continuous innovation and business growth. The expanding worldwide demand for electronics is providing tremendous growth opportunities for electronics manufacturers. But this huge potential comes with pressing environmental, health and safety (EHS) challenges. Electronics manufacturing is a global sector with an extremely complex supply chain. It gathers designers, material, component and equipment suppliers, chip manufacturers and system integrators. Against this background, the European Union and other jurisdictions are putting in force comprehensive EHS regulations. How can a manufacturer incorporate circular economy principles and at the same time increase its competitiveness? Circular economy requires the electronics manufacturing supply chain to connect, collaborate and innovate more than ever. The session will shed light upon the EHS challenges facing the electronics manufacturing sector and draw paths of policy and business action for the future.


This Session is sponsored by :
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From Quantum Computing to NewSpace: Innovations from the Finnish Semiconductor Ecosystem

14 November 2019 | 12:15 - 14:00
Showfloor - TechARENA 1, Hall B1

 

 


 

Smart Manufacturing II (Hardware-centric)

14 November 2019 | 12:15 - 14:15
Showfloor - TechARENA 2, Hall B1

Smart Manufacturing solutions represent data and hardware driven optimizations throughout the value chain in order to compete successfully in the global market. The semiconductor industry has always been a proactive front-runner when it comes to Smart Manufacturing. Maintaining this position requires ongoing activities to further develop and implement solutions specific to the semiconductor industry and to adopt solutions developed by other industries or driven by Industry 4.0 initiatives.

Topics covered will be:

The Smart Manufacturing II TechARENA will address hardware-centric aspects of recent developments and success stories. Topics in focus are: Automated Material Handling, Human-Machine Interfaces, 3D printing, product to machine communication, IoT Platforms, Metrology, Predictive Maintenance, Automation, and 5G.

Who should attend?

Manufacturing technology, IT, and facility, process and equipment engineers and managers, and Risk Management.


This Session is sponsored by :

 

Smart Design | Designing Electronic Systems for Advanced Applications

14 November 2019 | 14:30 - 18:30
Showfloor - TechARENA 1, Hall B1

An exciting program for engineers, innovators, designers and curious minds to review the past 50 years of design evolution and learn how advances in electronic system design are enabling advanced and emerging applications.

Participants will hear from leading experts on:

  • How AI and machine learning are reshaping design
  • The role of IP and cyber security in designing secure applications
  • Why digital companies are designing their own hardware
  • The challenge in designing microchips for the commercialization of outer space
  • How electronic system design is impacting innovations in automotive
  • System design for low power applications
  • Expert views on RISC-V & Verification 3.0

 


 

3D Printing

14 November 2019 | 14:30 - 15:30
Showfloor - TechARENA 2, Hall B1

3D Printing – still a buzzword or already state of the art? Several forecasts predict a double digit growth rate for the 3D printing market on a global scale. But what does that mean? How can 3D printing support existing business models and even more, how can it create new revenue streams? It all began in the area of labs and prototyping – this session under the context of smart manufacturing will showcase to what extent such technologies have already entered manufacturing, including some showcase examples about how companies are already using 3D printing in their operations.


 

Global Trade Tensions: a zero-sum game for all ― is there a way out?

14 November 2019 | 15:45 - 17:30
Showfloor - TechARENA 2, Hall B1

The semiconductor manufacturing industry is heavily reliant on international trade. SEMI member companies export, on average, more than 80 percent of what is produced domestically. This industry is enabled by complex and expansive supply chains that traverse the globe, perhaps more than any industry. Components are made all around the world, brought together and assembled into a single sub-system, which is then integrated into a larger tool, which is used in the chipmaking process. Against this background, global trade disputes in high-tech, therefore, hampers business growth. Fragmented trade relations slow down the much needed innovative solutions delivered by the semiconductor industry applied in many critical fields such as healthcare and mobility.  SEMI, with its 10 Principles for the Global Semiconductor Supply Chain in Modern Trade Agreements, has long supported efforts to reduce and ultimately end trade tensions between the global actors and has been engaged in extensive dialogue with policymakers, underscoring the importance of free trade to the industry. This session will look at how trade wars affect business growth, innovation and sustainability and will draw paths of action for the future for a win-win global trade policy.

 


 

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