SRC-SIA 2022 Webinar Series
Collaboration towards Decadal Plan for Semiconductors Goals
(Public-Private Partnerships to Address Challenges Facing Microelectronics)
We need breakthrough research and development to ensure we can make continued advancements in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and ensure a future of sustainable growth. This is critical to maintain global leadership in the microelectronics and advanced packaging technologies that underly ICT and innovation for the United States and its allies.
Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), its industrial members and university partners have the experience, reach, and intellectual resources to lay the theoretical and practical foundations for critical transformation. To direct and establish goals for future R&D, SRC partnered with the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) to launch an industry-wide road-mapping initiative called the 2030 Decadal Plan for Semiconductors. The launch of the 2030 Decadal Plan for Semiconductors was the focus of a series of SIA-SRC webinars held throughout 2021.
SRC also leads collaboration between industry, academia, and government, harnessing the full breadth of experience, reach, capabilities, and intellectual resources these entities hold to lay the theoretical and practical foundations for future ICT transformations. Two current examples of a successful massive government investment in semiconductor research are SRC’s Joint University Microelectronics Program (JUMP) and Nanoelectronic Computing Rosearch (nCORE) Programs. Both JUMP and nCORE were started in 2018 and are now in the final year of their five-year research plan.
This SIA-SRC webinar series will cover different aspects of the government-industry-academia collaboration in semiconductor research. It will highlight the breakthrough research ideas and results from JUMP and nCORE that are maturing and helping SRC realize progress against the goals outlined in the 2030 Decadal Plan for Semiconductors.
- Advances and Challenges in Semiconductor Design, June 14 - View Recording
- Advances and Challenges in Semiconductor Hardware, June 23 - View Recording
- Emerging Semiconductor Technologies – September 29, 2022 - View Recording