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The global chips shortage and massive supply chain delays have emphasised the importance of the semiconductor industry in Europe. To mark the entry into force of the European Chips Act, the launch event of the Chips Joint Undertaking will bring together leaders in the electronic components and systems sector.
Among the participants will be Commissioner Breton, members of the European Parliament, CEOs, CTOs, SMEs, RTOs, and high-level public authority figures who will deliver crucial political and industrial messages regarding the Chips Act and Chips JU's ambitions.
The event will provide an opportunity to get insights into the European strategy for strengthening Europe’s semiconductor ecosystem and gain a comprehensive understanding of the Chips JU’s mission and programme.
More information on the event, the agenda and the possibility to register can be found on the event website.
Please not that registration for on-site participation is now closed.
This event will be hybrid. You will be able to follow the plenary sessions online. The Zoom-link will soon be available on the event website.
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