SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Two politicians, with remits in trade and in technology security, are set to address the Taiwan and China Semiconductor Industry Outlook 2003 conference, which is due to be held in San Jose, September 15 and 16.
Kenneth Juster, under secretary of commerce for the Bureau of Industry and Security within the Department of Commerce, and Lisa Bronson, deputy under secretary of defense for Technology Security Policy and Counterproliferation within the Department of Defense, are to give keynote addresses at the event.
One afternoon session is entitled "Export controls and dual-use technologies".
The event is intended to focus on the challenges and opportunities arising from the economic integration of the semiconductor industries in the U.S., Taiwan and China.
In addition to Juster and Bronson, Morris Chang, chairman and founder of foundry chip supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Ltd. (TSMC), is to give a keynote address.
The event is being organized by the US-Taiwan Business Council and the Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA). Further details of the event can be found at Silicon Strategies Calendar Watch