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Semicon Taiwan is the premier event in Taiwan and the key to next-generation semiconductors. It connects the global microelectronic ecosystem and facilitates collaboration between industry, the government, academia, and research institutions. A pioneer in semiconductor technology with a history of innovation, the Netherlands is at the forefront of this groundbreaking industry, set to transform the technology landscape.
Meet with the Invest in Holland team at the Netherlands pavilion to learn more about the Dutch semicon ecosystem and how your company can become part of our international and innovation-friendly business environment that provides a superior technology and access to key markets and partners in Europe.
As the inventors of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, the Dutch have long been world leaders in semiconductor technology. The country is also an enabler of Moore’s law with a leading lithography industry that has been pushing the boundaries of this technology. In addition, the Netherlands has a long history in semiconductor manufacturing resulting into a diverse semiconductor ecosystem, home to many semiconductor companies active in every part of the value chain.
Dutch universities, knowledge institutes and companies are leaders in the field of innovation serving as a magnet for global business investments, groundbreaking research and talent. International companies like Gallium Semiconductor, Odyssey Technical Solutions and Mini-Circuits have already found a place to accelerate their business in the Dutch high-tech ecosystem.
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The Dutch technical universities attract students from all over the world. They offer research programs on Integrated Circuits design of Analog and Radio Frequency circuits, Photonics, Quantum technology and other front-end technologies. Focus is on characterizing, fabrication and modelling of semiconductor devices.
Next to the universities there are knowledge institutes like TNO, CITC and HOLST running innovative programs in close collaboration with the industry on development of the semiconductor technology or the required semiconductor equipment for future applications.