7/14/07: NACSA Annual Conference 2007

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Globalization of China – Emerging Trends in Semiconductor Industry

Date/Time: 9:30 AM~6:30 PM, Saturday, July 14, 2007

Fairmont Hotel
170 South Market Street
San Jose, CA 95113

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Featuring many great talents and leaders as guest speakers, the NACSA Annual Conference serves as a gathering place for busy professionals from the semiconductor industry in US and China. The forum focuses on the future of China’s semiconductor industry and its impact to the world, with topics covering a wide range of areas including manufacturing, testing, assembly, white goods OEMs, IC system, fabless design houses as well as the policy making of the Chinese government. For this year’s event, we have invited a prominent group of high profile IC industry executives from China and the US to share their experiences and perspectives. Our goal is to bring people together and work towards building a strong Chinese IC industry. Feature topics include: Intel’s new fab in China, solar industry trend, and Lenovo’s new vision. You are cordially invited to join us for this wonderful event.

Founded in 1996, NACSA is one of the largest professional organizations for Asian American in the US with local chapters in Boston, Los Angeles, and Shanghai. Totaling over 4000, NACSA members include technical and business professionals from major areas of the semiconductor IC industry ranging from design, processing, manufacturing, testing, packaging, and EDA (Electronic Design Automation). NACSA is recognized as a most important source of talents for the burgeoning semiconductor industry in China.


  • Programs: Free
  • Special luncheon event (limited seats): $30 (includes annual membership renewal)
  • Cocktail reception (limited space): free
  • Annual Membership Renewal: $25

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  • Registration + Social: 9:30am-10:00am (outside of Imperial Ballroom)
  • Morning Session: 10:00am-12:15pm
    • 10:00-10:15
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