19-23 June – Deeptech Innovation Mission Semiconductors – the Netherlands & Japan
Join us in building long-term bilateral Partnerships to maintain technological leadership
Japan is an indispensable player in the global semiconductor market, both in terms of business and research. Japan is focusing increasingly on the application side of semiconductors and has since July 2021 formulated a proactive policy to promote international collaboration in the field of semiconductors. As two like-minded countries that both have a vast ecosystem of semiconductors, collaboration between the Netherlands and Japan is attractive. The Netherlands and Japanese governments are currently discussing in which area’s they can increase their semicon innovation activities.
To put strength behind this partnership, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Japan is organizing a week-long Innovation Mission on semiconductors starting June 19th. The ambition of this mission is to make an important step towards partnerships on relevant areas for cooperation, such as chip design, photonic and heterogeneous integration, packaging, equipment and sensors. With the presence of many prominent Japanese companies, this week offers a unique opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas for future collaboration between the two countries on semiconductor industries!
With a full program (see draft below), we offer businesses from the Netherlands the opportunity to share their ambitions with Japan and speak directly to many people from relevant Japanese companies and governmental agencies. Not only does this mission focus on the possibilities in business areas of semiconductors, but Research and Development strategists from Japanese companies will also be present. Furthermore, the ambitions and visions of Japanese companies with regards to semiconductors will be shared, as the role of the government.
All in all, this week offers many opportunities for partnerships between The Netherlands and Japan, as well as the chance to come in close contact with Dutch partners.
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