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Dan Armbrust, Co-founder and Director of Silicon Catalyst Episode 4

Challenges for Commercializing the Next Generation of Microelectronics

How can public-private partnership spur the next phase of semiconductor innovation?

  • Dan Armbrust
  • Co-founder & Director, Silicon Catalyst
Aired: June 3, 2021

In Episode 4, Dr. Nadia Schadlow and Pavneet Singh welcome Dan Armbrust, the Co-founder and Director of Silicon Catalyst. Mr. Armbrust explains the launch of Sematech and the critical collaboration between the US Government and the semiconductor industry that led to its creation. Using this successful collaboration as a window into the future, Mr. Armbrust provides insight about how federal funds can be utilized to spur the semiconductor innovation.