History

2019

With ISSM2019

Hsin Chu / September 6, 2019

2018

Hsin Chu / September 7, 2018

2017

With ISSM2017

Hsin Chu / September 15, 2017

2016

Hsin Chu / September 9, 2016

2015

With ISSM2015

Taipei / September 2-3, 2015

2014

Hsin Chu / September 12, 2014

2013 

With ISSM 2013

Hsin Chu / September 6, 2013

2012 

Hsin Chu / September 4, 2012

2011 

With ISSM 2011

Hsin Chu / September 5-6, 2011

2010 

Hsin Chu / September 3, 2010

2009 

Taipei / October 2, 2009

2008

Hsin Chu / November 27-28, 2008

2007

Taipei / June 14, 2007

2006

Taipei / November 30-December 1, 2006

2005

Hsin Chu / December 1-2, 2005

2004

Hsin Chu / December 7-8, 2004

2003

Hsin Chu / December 9-10, 2003

about eMDC

Taiwan champions all other nations with one world-record. No other countries in the world rely so heavily on the semiconductor industry for its contributions to their national GDPs as does Taiwan. Around 12% of the US$470b economy is generated by the semiconductor manufacturing industry alone. More significantly, the semiconductor industry accounts for almost half of the total GDP contributions of the manufacturing sector altogether, up from only around a quarter a decade ago. Such a structural change essentially shifts Taiwan into the high-tech gear in powering the world economy. All these GDP achievements are cultivated by less than 1% of the total population, an astonishing example of high-value addedness in the creation of wealth.

Year (NT$B)200220032004200520062007
semiconductor652.9818.81,099.001,117.901,393.301,466.70
GDP10411.63910696.25711365.29211740.27912243.47112910.511
%GDP6.27%7.66%9.67%9.52%11.38%11.36%
%manufacturing25.15%
29.22%
36.07%
35.83%
43.02%
43.06%


Year (NT$B)200820092010201120122013
semiconductor1,347.301,249.701,769.301,562.701,634.201,888.60
GDP12698.50912543.22813614.21613758.98314077.11214565.151
%GDP10.61%9.96%13.00%11.36%11.61%12.97%
%manufacturing43.01%
42.35%
49.82%
45.97%
39.66%
43.31%


Year (NT$B)201420152016201720182019
semiconductor2,203.302,264.002,319.102462.30  
GDP16111.86716759.01617111.26317448.695  
%GDP13.68%13.51%13.55%14.11%  
%manufacturing45.59%
45.23%
45.26%
   


Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association is chartered to advance all aspects of semiconductor industry in Taiwan, from designs to manufacturing to testing and packaging. This non-profit organization endeavors to serve its member companies from strategic positioning to tactical deployments, from personnel trainings to alliance executions, from technological developments to platform exchanges, and many others, for the common objective to forge a world-leading advanced high-tech manufacturing base in Taiwan.

TSIA envisages the rapid changes of the semiconductor ecosystem and fully appreciates the need to synchronize collaborative efforts among partners to adapt swiftly to the dynamic environment of the world economy. In view of these, TSIA collaborates with the regional offices of the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) and the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) to organize the ‘e-Manufacturing & Design Collaboration Symposium’ program as a regional arena for frontline engineers, managers and executives to keep themselves abreast of the technological trends, and as a platform to exchange visions with the global environment worldwide.

The eMDC Organizers endeavour to bring together all the experts and researchers from different fields in the industries of semiconductor, photovoltaics and solid-state-lighting to share their latest developments, break-through advancements, practical experiences and innovative ideas. Our focus has always been on cross-collaborations, operational strategies, technological innovations, and business partnerships, with the notion of sustainable development as the supreme guiding principle. The Symposium attends to the needs of device designers, IP-providers, IC manufacturers, equipment makers, system developers, software vendors, and application creators for a harmonious and synergistic cohabitation to collectively cater to the common good of Mot