Smart Manufacturing Forum


The Key Opportunities and Challenges of the Next Generation of Manufacturing for the Electronics Supply Chain

  • Date: Thursday, February 9, 2017
  • Time: 13:30-17:00
  • Room: #301, Conference Room (South), COEX
  • Language: English and Korean (Simultaneous interpretation will NOT be provided)


Registration Fee  
  SEMI Member Non-Member Student
Pre-regi(by Feb 1) 120,000 won 150,000 won 60,000 won
Onsite 150,000 won 180,000 won 80,000 won


In this half-day forum, presenters from over the world will share their insights on the technology drivers and market trends of “Smart Manufacturing” with focus on implications for the semiconductor industry. The continuous advancements of the current automation in semiconductor factory towards a “smart fab of the future” will be a step-by-step transformation model in the upcoming years for global semiconductor industry by providing cases for the successful adoption of more data-driven, optimized manufacturing and new collaboration through the supply chain on issues ranging from interoperability to IP protection.


Who Should Attend
Companies from whole supply chain


James Amano (SEMI HQ)



13:30-14:00 Internet of Things and Large Scale Data Analysis in Intel’s Manufacturing Environment
  Steve Chadwick, Intel
14:00-14:30 On the Way to Smart Factory - Driving the Digital Enterprise
  Roland Reuter, Siemens Korea
14:30-15:00 Emerging Trends in Semiconductor Manufacturing Analytics and Decision Making
  Kirk Hasserjian, Applied Materials
15:00-15:10 Break
15:10-15:40 Equipment Engineering Ecosystem for Smart Manufacturing
  Han Joo Lee, SK hynix
15:40-16:10 20/20 Vision into Your Manufacturing Plant: Detect, Fix, and Predict
  Tom Ho, BISTel
16:10-16:40 Smart Manufacturing & SEMI Standards
  James Amano, SEMI HQ
16:40-17:00 Q&A



*The agenda will be subject to change without notice. 

*Presentation materials only for agreed by speaker will be distributed via website after the events.

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