EAAC session: Current Shortages in Chips and Microelectronics
Are you and/or your members and companies impacted by the shortage of chips or other important microelectronics?
Which are the sectors that suffer the most from this shortage? Where are the problems and how could they be solved?
We would like to hear from you about any problems in supply chains that you and/or any companies are facing with regards to the shortage of chips in our EAAC session on 3 November, 17:00 – 18:00 CET (please note the change in time to our normal session).
We invite you and your colleagues impacted by the shortage of chips, e.g. from the automotive, ICT, gaming or other related industries, to exchange with representatives from the European Commission and other clusters about the issues and possible solutions.
Agenda (subject to change):
- Introduction to the session: Marek Przeor, DG GROW, European Commission
- Setting the scene: Frank Bösenberg, Silicon Saxony
- Moderated discussion on
bottlenecks in supply chains,
efficiency and innovation in production and use of chips,
the increase of (domestic) production,
and other issues and solutions
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