iNEMI Schedules Smart Manufacturing Session at SEMICON West


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Join iNEMI in San Francisco on July 9, from 10:00 a.m. to noon, at SEMICON West (Moscone Center). We are hosting a meeting that will highlight iNEMI’s Smart Manufacturing roadmap and include a brainstorming session on potential new projects in the areas of back-end commonality (packaging, inspection, test and more).

Brainstorming topics will include advanced packaging (media, tools optimization), data analytics, etc. Confirmed attendees include Intel, AMD, Rudolph, KNS, Cimetrix, Jabil, ASM, SEMI and others. Please contact Urmi Ray, by June 30 if you want to attend.

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