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SEMICON SEA 2019 Programs Catalog

SEMICON SEA 2019 Programs Catalog

Technical Forums MY 9-10 | Level 1A | MITEC Wednesday, May 13
9:30am to 5:00pm
*Programs and Topics are subject to change without prior notice
** Malaysia Companies HRDF Claim , Please click to download the Letter of Endorsement from HRDF. (Subject to T&C and please contact HRDF for more information)

Track Theme: The Driving Trend in Advanced Packaging for Emerging Applications and factory connectivity

Synopsis: In continuation of last year theme in Advanced Packaging forum on Advanced Packaging Solution for Heterogeneous Integration, this year forum delves further into the needs for emerging applications. Beside investing in packaging techniques advancement for integrated applications, the driving trend is to integrate into a full system of high performance and functionality devices with smart manufacturing. The connected system in packaging world shall drive for yield performance excellence in high-tech manufacturing. 

The topics look into the learning of technique advancement for driving applications in Asia and take a peek on how factory connevtivity brings benefits to backend manufacturing. 
An interactive panel discussion will have an exchange of insights by the industry leaders.
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Main Stage | Hall 4 | MITEC Thursday, May 14
3:30pm to 4:30pm
Hall 4 | Level 1 | MITEC Wednesday, May 13
9:30am to 12:30pm

With the megatrends in this digital age, the semiconductor industry has leapfrogged to more than USD400 billion in less than 4 years and is projected to surpass the USD500 billion milestone by 2020.  Considering the industry took 13 years to grow USD100 billion from 2000 to 2013, the significance of the growth experienced over past years is phenomenal. How does a measured electronics industrial policy help shapes the domestic capabilities to capture business opportunities afforded by this huge growth of the semiconductor industry in foreseeable future?

What are the gaps, if any and, opportunities for enhancement of the existing policy that would be reflective a more comprehensive perspectives on steps required to build a vibrant and thriving E&E sector? Governments and policy makers would need to  create a strong foundation to pave the way to capture the growth, however, a proactive approach from the industry will be the way to take the policy forward, and to bring up real competitive advantage.

This CxO Speaks provide a perfect platform to hear the challenges raised and opportunities arises in mapping an industrial policies taking into considerations of both the government bodies and industry perspectives. It serves to provide a deep insights into building a resilient and growing electronics industry for Malaysia.

 

 

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Talent Career Fair Main Concourse | Level 1 | MITEC Tuesday, May 12
10:00am to 5:00pm

Discover Career and Research Opportunities in the Semiconductor Industry

Electronics Talent Career Fair bring together some of the world’s most influential companies including Applied Materials, Intel, LAM Research and Globalfoundries with potential workers for new employment opportunities. The target is to host at least 20 semiconductor hiring companies for graduating students from universities and polytechnics. SEMICON SEA 2019 Post Show report shown, Career Fair attracted more than 1,100 job seekers over 2 days.

Click HERE to download Electronics Manufacturing Career Fair 2020 Information Packages

Electronics Manufacturing Career Fair at SEMICON Southeast Asia 2019.

 

For more details, please contact Linda Tan - ltan@semi.org / +65.6339.6361 or Natalie Ong - nong@semi.org / +65.6391.9517

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Talent Career Fair Exhibit Halls Thursday, May 14
10:00am to 4:00pm

SEMICON SEA 2020 Workforce Development Activities

SEMI is a not-for-profit global trade association. The primary mission of SEMI is about developing thought leadership and fostering talent development with the utopian vision of facilitating the development of the electronics and semiconductor industry. SEMI Southeast Asia brings that advocacy initiatives in focus for the Southeast Asia regions and endeavours to enable a growing, technologically adept and resilient engineering communities in the region. Talent shapes the E&E industry. Innovations in any industry is dependent on human ingenuity and more so, the sustenance of the industry hinges on influx of new graduating talents.

In today context, STEM interest and engineering enrolment is in sharp decline. One of the major advocacy initiatives that SEMICON Southeast Asia organises is the Workforce and Talent Development Pavilion. In answering the call for action on promoting STEM in our young, SEMI will be conducting the award-winning SEMI High Tech U program for secondary school children. Participant to the program will be exposed to the world of science and maths that define the high technology semiconductor electronics to spark STEM interest in our young. In addition, we will also be hosting a “Woman in Engineering Panel” to encourage diversity in engineering enrolment and career choice. To top that of, the pavilion will also showcase an engineering career fair. The target is to host at least 20 semiconductor hiring companies for graduating students from universities and polytechnics.


For more details, please contact Linda Tan - ltan@semi.org / +65.6339.6361 or Natalie Ong - nong@semi.org / +65.6391.9517

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Exhibit Halls Wednesday, May 13
10:00am to 5:00pm

SEMICON Southeast Asia Electronics Manufacturing Talent Career Fair

Of the diverse advocacy activities that SEMI Southeast Asia engages in, one of the salient activities would be on Talent Pipeline Development initiatives. With support from the Industry Talent Management division from MIDA, SEMI Southeast Asia will be organizing a Career Fair in tandem with our annual SEMICON Southeast Asia event held from 12th to 14th May 2020 in Kuala Lumpur.

       

For more details, please contact Linda Tan - ltan@semi.org +65.6339.6361 or Natalie Ong - nong@semi.org / +65.6391.9517

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Technical Forums TECHArena Stage ( Within Exhibition Halls) Thursday, May 14
9:30am to 3:00pm
* Programs and Topics are subject to change without prior notice
** Malaysia Companies HRDF Claim , Please click to download the Letter of Endorsement from HRDF. (Subject to T&C and please contact HRDF for more information)
 
Theme: Sustainability Manufacturing for Higher Productivity and Lower Cost of Ownership in Semiconductor Production

Synopsis: Manufacturing in high technology industry inadvertently is heading for a revolutionary transformation with major advances in enabling innovations addressing energy efficiencies and clean emissions in electronics manufacturing.

Sustainability has for past being view as a secondary concern is not receiving much needed attention as semiconductor companies advanced in their corporate social responsibility towards environment protection. In so called ‘green’ manufacturing of reducing pollution, recycling and reusing of what is considered waste and reducing energy consumption is starting to gain momentum in the Southeast manufacturing regions. New ways of thinking of green semiconductor manufacturing is offering, apart from a sustainable environment, also a considerable competitive advantage to semiconductor companies through cost savings.

Both sustainability and energy efficient manufacturing yields benefits not only in terms of an improved bottom line, but in terms of employee motivation, morale, and public relations. This forum offers a unique view points of the opportunities available in tackling both of these important elements in high technology semiconductor manufacturing of today.

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My15 | Level 1A | MITEC Tuesday, May 12
1:30pm to 5:00pm

The Hosted Buyer Program is a customised, efficient and effective platform for OEM/device makers to engage and qualify relevant suppliers for potential future collaboration at SEMICON Southeast Asia, the region’s premier gathering of the global electronics manufacturing supply chain. Participants will be able to meet with international solution providers, network with industry specialists and attend a VIP Gala Night to engage with industry leaders.


 

HOSTED VIP BUYER PRIVILEGES

 

For interested buyers, click HERE to apply.

*Buyers Application closure 28 February 2019 | Successful candidate will be informed by March 2019

For interested exhibitors who wish to participate in this business match-making session,
please visit Exhibitor Service Centre for more details which will be available in March 2019

Find out who is exhibiting at SEMICON SEA 2019 HERE

Want to seach for specific exhibitor/product? Use the various seach functions [Advanced Search / Alphabetical Search / Product Search]

For more details, please contact Linda Tan - ltan@semi.org / +65.6339.6361 or Zaniel Lee - zlee@semi.org / +65.6391.9515

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My 16 | Level 1A | MITEC Wednesday, May 13
9:00am to 5:00pm

The Hosted Buyer Program is a customised, efficient and effective platform for OEM/device makers to engage and qualify relevant suppliers for potential future collaboration at SEMICON Southeast Asia, the region’s premier gathering of the global electronics manufacturing supply chain. Participants will be able to meet with international solution providers, network with industry specialists and attend a VIP Gala Night to engage with industry leaders.
Download Hosted VIP Buyer Program Info Package

 

HOSTED VIP BUYER PRIVILEGES

 

For interested exhibitors who wish to participate in this business match-making session,
please visit Exhibitor Service Centre for more details which will be available in early 2020.

Find out who is exhibiting at SEMICON SEA 2019 HERE

Want to seach for specific exhibitor/product? Use the various seach functions [Advanced Search / Alphabetical Search / Product Search]

For more details, please contact Linda Tan - ltan@semi.org / +65.6339.6361 or Zaniel Lee - zlee@semi.org / +65.6391.9515

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My15 | Level 1A | MITEC Wednesday, May 13
9:00am to 5:00pm

SEMI Southeast Asia is pleased to announce our collaboration with MATRADE on the International Sourcing Program (INSP) which is a One-on-One Business Meeting scheduled to be held on 13 May 2020 at MITEC, Kuala Lumpur.

Foreign buyers who are selected to attend this programme are entitled for complimentary accommodation (up to 3 days 2 nights stay from 12-14 May 2020) including airport and hotel transfers. This privilege is based on first-come-first-serve basis.

  • Hosted Buyers are advised to arrive in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) by 7 May 2019
  • Hosted Buyers who intend to stay longer (after 14 May 2019) for follow up meetings, will have to bear their own expenses for the additional night's stay as well as own ground transportation and transfers
  • Application to participate in this programme is subject to approval by MATRADE and successful participants will be notified officially by MATRADE

To register your interest, please contact Ms Linda Tan at ltan@semi.org or +65.6339.6361

 

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IoT Exhibit Halls Thursday, May 14
10:00am to 4:00pm

World-of-IoT

SMART technology and connectivity are increasingly pervasive in our lives, with devices we use to make our lives faster, easier, and more efficient. Consumer products such as smartphones, smart cars and wearable technology are just a small part of how the Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly becoming widespread, with the demand set to grow exponentially. This segment will be featured prominently at the up-coming SEMICON Southeast Asia 2019 exhibition.

World-of-IoT Pavilion is a showcase of regional players domain expertise in creating new Tech gadgets with the fundamental of semiconductors. It serves to promote and encourage Tech entrepreneur-ship in SEA. This is a golden opportunity for start-up companies to showcase their electronics gadgets including teardown of consumer products to the electronics manufacturing supply chain community at one single platform.

Be part of the World-of-IoT pavilion, witness the enablement of semiconductor and the exponential potential to empower our smart lifestyle. Bringing together all of Southeast Asia tech entrepreneurial resources from across the region into one place, at one time.

For more details, please contact Natalie Ong - nong@semi.org / +65.6391.9517

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IoT Exhibit Halls | Level 1 | MITEC Tuesday, May 12
10:00am to 5:00pm

SMART LIVING, SMART LIFESTYLE

 

INNOVATION DISCOVERY HUB

SMART technology and connectivity are increasingly pervasive in our lives, with devices we use to make our lives faster, easier, and more efficient. Consumer products such as smartphones, smart cars and wearable technology are just a small part of how the Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly becoming widespread, with the demand set to grow exponentially. This segment will be featured prominently at the up-coming SEMICON Southeast Asia 2020 exhibition.

World-of-IoT Pavilion is a showcase of regional players domain expertise in creating new Tech gadgets with the fundamental of semiconductors. It serves to promote and encourage Tech entrepreneur-ship in SEA. This is a golden opportunity for start-up companies to showcase their electronics gadgets including teardown of consumer products to the electronics manufacturing supply chain community at one single platform.

Be part of the World-of-IoT pavilion, witness the enablement of semiconductor and the exponential potential to empower our smart lifestyle. Bringing together all of Southeast Asia tech entrepreneurial resources from across the region into one place, at one time.

Click HERE to download Tech Start-up 2020 Information Packages

 

  

For more details, please contact Natalie Ong - nong@semi.org / +65.6391.9517

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Technical Forums MY 11 | Level 1A | MITEC Wednesday, May 13
1:30pm to 5:00pm
* Programs and Topics are subject to change without prior notice
** Malaysia Companies HRDF Claim , Please click to download the Letter of Endorsement from HRDF. (Subject to T&C and please contact HRDF for more information)

Synopsis:

Semiconductor industry leapfrogged beyond expectation and set a new milestone in of semiconductor revenue of more than USD400 billion in 2017.  Indeed 2017 was a record-setting year for the entire semiconductor supply chain industry with growth expected to continue into this year as new semiconductor applications for the industrial, automotive, artificial intelligence, and consumer markets proliferate at an ever-increasing rate.

In this half a day Market Trend forum, subject matter experts from the chip makers, market research analysts covering equipment and materials, applications domain and advanced packaging space as well as financial analyst will share with you the latest current industry trends and drivers for 2019 and beyond.

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VIP Room - North Wing | Level 1A | MITEC Tuesday, May 12
11:15am to 12:00pm
Technical Forums MY 9-10 | Level 1A | MITEC Thursday, May 14
9:00am to 3:00pm
*Programs and Topics are subject to change without prior notice
** Malaysia Companies HRDF Claim , Please click to download the Letter of Endorsement from HRDF. (Subject to T&C and please contact HRDF for more information)

Theme: Internet-of-Things Impact on Semiconductor Testing

Synopsis: The evolution of Internet has given rise to quick access of data, transformed into useful info and then generate actions that affect our daily lives. The data are collected from “Things”, in the IoT sense, a variety of devices with wide spectrum of applications such as medical applications, artificial intelligence, automotive sensing and more, connecting to billions of devices. 

To be able to handle these devices connected to the network, the transformation of 4G to 5G network would come faster than we can ever imagined.  In the next generation of network, it would couple with many standards to address different needs.  

As you examine closely, not only connectivity of the network would be complex, the system requirements such as CPU speed, power consumption, DFT and DSP, many of these devices would be ever demanding technologically and commercially to manufacture them.  

In this forum, the speakers from the industrial leading companies would give the audience the insight, and address the challenges in test that we might face as we are transforming into a the era of the connected information.

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MySpace 2 | Level 3 | MITEC Thursday, May 14
2:30pm to 3:30pm
Exhibit Halls Tuesday, May 12 3:00pm
Exhibit Halls Wednesday, May 13 11:00am
Exhibit Halls Wednesday, May 13 3:00pm
Exhibit Halls Thursday, May 14 11:00am
Tuesday, May 12
10:00am to 4:00pm

Join us at the Smart Manufacturing/Data Pavilion, if your solution address any of the below segments:

Join us at the Future EMS Pavilion, if your solution address any of the below segments:

 

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Technical Forums MY 9-10 | Level 1A | MITEC Tuesday, May 12
1:00pm to 5:00pm
World of IoT Pavilion Wednesday, May 13
2:00pm to 4:00pm
WFD Pavilion Wednesday, May 13
9:30am to 5:00pm

SEMICON SEA 2020 Workforce Development Activities

SEMI is a not-for-profit global trade association. The primary mission of SEMI is about developing thought leadership and fostering talent development with the utopian vision of facilitating the development of the electronics and semiconductor industry. SEMI Southeast Asia brings that advocacy initiatives in focus for the Southeast Asia regions and endeavours to enable a growing, technologically adept and resilient engineering communities in the region. Talent shapes the E&E industry. Innovations in any industry is dependent on human ingenuity and more so, the sustenance of the industry hinges on influx of new graduating talents.

In today context, STEM interest and engineering enrolment is in sharp decline. One of the major advocacy initiatives that SEMICON Southeast Asia organises is the Workforce and Talent Development Pavilion. In answering the call for action on promoting STEM in our young, SEMI will be conducting the award-winning SEMI High Tech U program for secondary school children. Participant to the program will be exposed to the world of science and maths that define the high technology semiconductor electronics to spark STEM interest in our young. In addition, we will also be hosting a “Woman in Engineering Panel” to encourage diversity in engineering enrolment and career choice. To top that of, the pavilion will also showcase an engineering career fair. The target is to host at least 20 semiconductor hiring companies for graduating students from universities and polytechnics.

 

 

For more details, please contact Linda Tan - ltan@semi.org / +65.6339.6361 or Natalie Ong - nong@semi.org / +65.6391.9517

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MySpace 2 | Level 3 | MITEC Thursday, May 14
9:30am to 3:00pm
Hall 4 | Level 1 | MITEC Tuesday, May 12
10:00am to 5:00pm

Developing leadership and fostering talent development

SEMI Southeast Asia brings that advocacy initiatives in focus for the Southeast Asia regions and endeavours to enable a growing, technologically adept and resilient engineering communities in the region. Talent shapes the E&E industry. Innovations in any industry is dependent on human ingenuity and more so, the sustenance of the industry hinges on influx of new graduating talents.

SEMICON SEA 2020 Activities:

  • Electronics Manufacturing Career Fair (target to host at least 20 semiconductor hiring companies for graduating students from universities and polytechnics)
  • SEMI High Tech U program (high school students put science, engineering, technology, and math (STEM) skills to use during hands-on workshops led by industry volunteers)
  • SEMI University Program (Engaging University students in experiential learning opportunities and Mentorship program)
  • Career Talk by Industry (share insights)

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SEMI Industry Image Campaign will surprise the target audience with the “wow” of our industry’s advanced technology and innovation. Watch the video!

 

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For more details, please contact Linda Tan - ltan@semi.org / +65.6339.6361 or Natalie Ong - nong@semi.org / +65.6391.9517

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