[Roundtable] Semiconductor Manufacturing: Opportunities and Challenges to the US and Beyond


3 to 4:30 p.m., April 7, 2023

Since the passing of the CHIPS and Science Act in 2022, the semiconductor manufacturing industry has experienced a significant growth in the US. The expansion of semiconductor manufacturing companies has a global impact on international immigration and regional environments, in particular the water and land resources. This roundtable invites discussion on the changes of demographic and environment from experts in the fields of US-Taiwan relations, water resources, and international science and technology industry. The aim of the roundtable is to understand the current and future impact of semiconductor manufacturing industry on the international relations and our environment.

Dr. James Lin, The University of Washington
Dr. Caroline Wagner, The Ohio State University
Dr. Sharon Megdal, The University of Arizona

Dr. David Pietz, The University of Arizona

This event is online and free to attend but registration is mandatory.
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