EU Consortium Releases METIS Report On Skills Training In Europe

Posted by Jennifer Read, EMS Now | Jan 10, 2023 | Analysis, Europe, skilled labor shortage, Women in Tech The EU Chips Act is intended to build regional semiconductor manufacturing capability to support advanced electronics manufacturing. But where will all the skilled workers come from? METIS (MicroElectronics Training Industry…

SEMI Europe and European Commission Representatives Develop Key Actions to Tackle Chip Industry Skills Shortage

BRUSSELS, Belgium — December 19, 2022 — SEMI, the industry association serving the global electronics design and manufacturing supply chain, today announced key actions proposed by SEMI Europe and European Commission (EC) representatives in consultation with semiconductor industry stakeholders to overcome the skills shortage…

Europe’s Semiconductor Talent Gap Widens – EE Times Europe Article

 January 4, 2023 by Anne-Françoise Pelé Chip manufacturers continue to plan new fab openings across Europe. Yet a serious challenge could get in the way: a shortage of skilled workers. The talent gap has widened in the European semiconductor industry over...

METIS Brochure 2023

Here you can find the METIS Brochure for 2023. Access the PDF document at this link: bit.ly/3kFkroZ

METIS Project Consortium Meeting at SEMICON Europa 2022

On November 16, 2022, during the SEMICON event, the project consortium hosted the consortium meeting. During the meeting, Work Package (WP) Leaders of WP2 (DECISION), WP3 (TUGraz), WP4 (BME)WP5 (CIMEA), WP6, and WP8 leaders (SEMI Europe) have reported the progress of…

SEMI Commends European Council’s Progress On Chips Act, Urges Swift Start Of Trialogue Negotiations

BRUSSELS, Belgium — December 1, 2022 — SEMI, the industry association serving the global electronics design and manufacturing supply chain, today applauded progress by the European Council on the European Chips Act, expressing strong support for the swift start of negotiations with the European Parliament in…

Workshop on competence centres in semiconductors

During this workshop, participants discussed the next steps in setting up competence centers in semiconductors. The event was organised by the European Commission in collaboration with the Polish authorities. The workshop took place on Wednesday 30 November 2022, in a hybrid format,…

Gender Diversity in the European Semiconductor Industry Survey

SEMI Europe is conducting its first Gender Diversity in the European Semiconductor Industry Survey, which aims to collect gender workplace data from European semiconductor companies. Why is it important to understand gender workplace information? Studies reveal that female representation in…

The SEMI Foundation Launches Career Platform to Diversify and Grow US Semiconductor Workforce

Article from HPC Wire July 11, 2022 MILPITAS, Calif., and INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, July 11, 2022 — The SEMI Foundation, the non-profit arm of SEMI, and the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL), a nonprofit membership organization working to improve education-to-career pathways for adult learners, today…

US lawmakers propose semiconductor training overhaul as labour shortages bite

07 Jul 2022 | News Science Business By David Matthews Both the US and EU are trying to rebuild their chipmaking industries after years of dependence on east Asia. But retraining will be slow, and immigration reform may be a quicker solution…

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