The semiconductor industry is growing fast and has recently received additional focus nationally through the CHIPS act, which provides $52.7 billion for American semiconductor research, manufacturing, and workforce development. Oregon State University’s engineering program, which has over 2,000 graduates per year and has long been at the forefront of groundbreaking research in the industry, is set to grow even further with this infusion and opportunity for building faster on the industry collaborations. This newsletter aims to further solidify the semiconductor community of industry and academic members by featuring exciting semiconductor research and interviews with leaders in the semiconductor program to highlight collaborations. Whether you’re an academic, prospective student, or member of industry, we invite you to subscribe to this newsletter to engage with Oregon State’s semiconductor program. We can be reached at email@example.com.
January 2023 - Issue 1
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