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Revolutionize semiconductor development with digital thread engineering

How simulation is driving the next generation of semiconductor devices

Estimated Watching Time: 54 minutes


Semiconductor with robot arm placing a chip, electronics

The semiconductor industry stands at the forefront of technological innovation, driving progress in computing, telecommunications, and various other fields. In recent years, it has encountered increasingly intricate challenges in the pursuit of smaller, faster, and more power-efficient semiconductor devices.

Listen to our speakers, David Corey and Andras Vass-Varnai, from Siemens Digital Industries Software, as they delve into trends and challenges within the semiconductor industry. Explore how digital thread engineering across the product lifecycle fosters collaboration, minimizes errors, enhances efficiency, and contributes to the development of sustainable and reliable products.

David and Andras will emphasize the crucial role of simulation in shaping the next generation of semiconductor devices. Simulation accelerates innovation, reduces costs, ensures quality control, and supports sustainability efforts.

As technology advances, Siemens solutions in simulation, manufacturing optimization, digital twin technology, and sustainability initiatives play a pivotal role in driving innovation and efficiency in the semiconductor sector, fostering its continual growth.

Join us to discover how digital thread engineering can significantly enhance operational efficiency, collaboration, and decision-making for companies, providing a competitive edge and adaptability in the evolving business landscape.

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Andras Vass-Varnai

Portfolio Development Executive for Electronics and Semiconductor

Andras Vass-Varnai obtained his MSc and PhD degrees in electrical engineering at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He started his professional career at the MicReD group of Mentor Graphics as an application engineer in 2007. Andras worked most for over 10 years as a product manager, supporting development projects, such as the DynTIM or the Powertester instruments. Before starting his current role as a portfolio development executive for the electronics and semiconductor market in Siemens, Andras worked out of Seoul, Korea, supporting the Asian business activities. He is working out of Chicago, IL currently, with dedicated focus on the US business growth. His main topics of interest include thermal management of electric systems, advanced applications of thermal transient testing and modeling, characterization of TIM materials and reliability testing of high-power semiconductor devices.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

David Corey

Senior Director Semiconductor Industry

David Corey, VP of the Semiconductor Industry at Siemens Digital Industry Software since 2014, specializes in wafer fab, assembly/test site MES, and equipment automation. As the VP of the Semiconductor Industry, he leads a team providing thought leadership and practical solutions for semiconductor lifecycle management, package design/simulation flow, manufacturing, and enterprise quality.

Before joining Siemens, David held executive roles at Applied Materials, including APC engineering, services management, and software product management positions. Before joining Applied Materials, his earlier experience included serving as the Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing at AutoSoft (owned by Daifuku).

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