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"Semiconductors, Global Trends, and Taiwan" - Taiwan Science and Technology Hub Conference in CES 2024



The National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) established the Taiwan Science and Technology Hub (AKA the Taiwan ST Hub) at Stanford University with the aim to bring together resources from Taiwan and the U.S. in scientific research, academia, innovation, and talent exchange.

The Consumer Electronics Show 2024 (CES 2024) is a stage where innovations and breakthroughs will be showcased on a global level. The NSTC plans to demonstrate Taiwan's collective strengths in science and technology through the conference host by the Taiwan ST Hub at CES 2024.



Breakthroughs in 5G, generative AI, and high-performance computing in recent years have all been attributed to Taiwan's semiconductor industry. The Taiwan ST Hub will host a conference in the morning of the 8th of January at CES 2024 and invite technology and industry professionals to explore the global trend of next-gen semiconductors, their applications, and the business opportunities that attract international startups and investment.

Meanwhile, delegation of cross ministries representatives will attend the conference, as well as plan to announce an allocation of US$10 billion over the next decade to promote an investment in developing forward-looking semiconductor technology, developments in designing integrated circuits, and driving industrial innovation with the power of generative AI in semiconductor chips.


Keynote speaker and panel discussion moderator

  • Dr. Chenming Calvin Hu (TSMC Distinguished Chair Professor Emeritus, UC Berkeley)
  • H.S. Philip Wong (Willard R. and Inez Kerr Bell Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Stanford University)



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Last Modified : 2023/12/18