Seminar Heterogenous System Integration - Driving the EU Chip Act ambitions
The Netherlands has a strong national ecosystem for Quantum, Photonics and Semiconductors, well connected to international key players. This seminar aims to build this strength by intensifying collaboration among these domains.
Heterogeneous integration plays a crucial role in enabling future quantum photonics and semiconductor technologies, by creating new functionalities and business opportunities through the integration of different chips, technologies and materials into a single system.
The seminar will discuss the importance of heterogeneous integration and its potential for creating more industry and business value. It also aims to cultivate human resources for heterogeneous integration, further strengthening the Dutch ecosystem.
Join the seminar to explore the exciting opportunities that heterogeneous system integration can offer for the NL ecosystem and beyond, and to be part of the conversation on driving the EU Chip Act ambitions.
Dr. Kitty Pearsall, Ir. Rolf Aschenbrenner, Dr. Etienne de Poortere, Prof. X.J. Fan, Prof. C. Bailey, Ir. Richard Blickman, Prof. Lieven Vandersypen, Dr. Carol de Vries, Dr. Luc Augustin, Dr. Asessandro Bruno, Ir. Matthijs Rijlaarsdam, Ir. Tom van der Dussen, Dr. Rogier Verberk
Chair of the day: Dr. Henk van Houten.
Chairs of the sessions: Prof. Kofi Makinwa, Prof. Kobus Kuipers, Dr. René Poelman, Dr. Leo Warmerdam.
- Date: Friday 23 April
- Time: 09.00 - 18.00
- Program: Download here the detailed program
- Location: TU Delft | EEMCS-Lecture Hall Chip | 36.HB.01.600
- Registration: Due to limited seats, pre-registration is required.
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- Deadline for registration: 14 April, 2023
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