SEMICON Taiwan is where the industry elites go to keep up with technology developments in the world — and where they can find the information and resources to keep the good times rolling.



3 days of exposition and presentations with more than 36 thousands registered visitors from 43 countries, 22 technical and business programming, plus 6 hundreds of exhibitors provide the insights, innovations, and intelligence you need to get ahead and embrace today’s disruptive landscape.

Event highlights:

.World top 2 exposition in semiconductor industry

.49 thousands registers from 43 countries

.More than 680 exhibitors and 2,000 booths

.Over 250 speeches and 4,000 forums participants

From materials, equipment, design, manufacturing, and system integration to new verticals applications, you’ll gain access to the best in the business and get a glimpse at what’s next. Immersive, new experiences demonstrating hot buttons like Heterogeneous Integration, SMART Factory, Sustainable Manufacturing and the cognitive technologies that are transforming the world make this year’s show like no other before.



4 Co-hosting Events

13 Theme Pavilions

8 Country/Regional Pavilions

SMART Manufacturing Show

SMART Automotive Summit and Exhibition

SiP Global Summit

Strategic Materials Conference


Heterogeneous Integration Innovation Show

AOI Pavilion

Materials Pavilion

Circular Economy Pavilion

Opto Semiconductor Pavilion

Compound Semiconductor Pavilion

Secondary Market Pavilion

Fan-Out Packaging Pavilion

Taiwan Localization Pavilion

High-Tech Facility Pavilion

Testing Pavilion

Laser Pavilion

German Pavilion

Kyushu (Japan) Pavilion

Okinawa (Japan) Pavilion

Holland High Tech Pavilion

Korea Pavilion

Singapore Pavilion

Silicon Europe Pavilion


Make the Connection

SEMICON Taiwan connects the entire extended electronics supply chain — in one place, at one time. It’s the premier place to re-connect with your contacts and make new ones to drive your business forward.


Who Should Attend?

Business and technology leaders, researchers, and industry analysts from across the microelectronics supply chain.















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