Event: CSconnected at SIOE

Cardiff, UK, 05 April 2022. CSconnected is pleased to take part in the Semiconductor and Integrated OptoElectronics (SIOE) Conference on 12-14 April 2022 in Cardiff, UK.

Now in its 35th year, SIOE will welcome internationally renowned guest speakers delivering insightful talks on their area of expertise, including Dr Xin Chen from Huawei. Kei May Lau from the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology will be giving a virtual presentation. The guest speakers will be complemented by subsequent sessions that will highlight new developments, novel materials and exciting research in Semiconductor Integrated OptoElectronics.

CSconnected represents a growing number of advanced semiconductor activities related activities in South Wales, UK, centred around a strong industrial base of global semiconductor businesses: IQE, Nexperia, Rockley Photonics, MicroLink Devices UK, KLA and Microchip supported by world-class academic expertise at Cardiff and Swansea Universities.

Contact the team at info@csconnected.com to set up a meeting to find out how CSconnected can support your activities in advanced semiconductor materials and manufacturing.

For more information about the SIOE conference and to register, visit Semiconductor and Integrated OptoElectronics (SIOE) Conference - Conferences - Cardiff University.

About CSconnected

CSconnected is the collective brand for a growing number of advanced semiconductor related activities in Wales, home to a unique community of academic institutions, prototyping facilities and global, high-volume manufacturing capabilities that collaborate across a range of research and innovation programs. CSconnected is uniquely positioned to develop a global advantage in a sovereign, key enabling technology which will allow Wales and the UK to increase trade globally in critical sectors such as 5G communications, autonomous and electric vehicles, advanced medical devices, and consumer electronics of the future.

In 2020, CSconnected received government funding provided through UK Research and Innovation’s flagship Strength in Places Fund (SIPF). The 55-month CSconnected SIPF project has a total value of £43million, supported by £25million of UKRI funds. It builds on Wales's regional strengths and integrates research excellence with a unique regional supply chain in compound semiconductor manufacturing.