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Enable Quality Excellence in the Semiconductor Industry

The semiconductor industry is facing several challenges, such as faster NPI cycles, the need to achieve zero defects and greater competition for innovation. To streamline development, boost productivity, and meet quality standards, digitization strategies are needed in semiconductor lifecycle management. Join us for our webinar to explore the challenges of the semiconductor industry and learn how using Quality Management System (QMS) tools helps manufacturers deliver innovative products and streamline their value chain.




Originally presented: June 20, 2024
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

The semiconductor industry faces rapid ecosystem evolution driven by critical product shortages, security, compliance and traceability concerns, quality issues and a surging demand for space-constrained computing power. This forces chipmakers to rethink critical alliances while safely relocating fabs closer to specific governments, industries, and customers. Companies must equip themselves with the right tools to accelerate semiconductor development, respond to changing customer demands, reduce costs and unleash innovation. This can help drive quality management across the entire product lifecycle, from chip development to design, manufacturing, and testing. Semiconductor manufacturers can enable smarter decisions and increase their chances for success by using Siemens Digital Industries Software's solutions. By leveraging a collaborative platform that combines product lifecycle management (PLM) and native quality management system (QMS) tools, semiconductor companies can deliver complex, high-quality products and streamline their value chain.

Join us for this webinar to gain insights into how a digital end-to-end quality management approach can minimize risks and leverage complexity as a competitive advantage in the semiconductor industry. Discover how design, engineering, and quality management teams can have the same view of the information needed, breaking down silos between departments and domains, facilitating faster and more informed decisions based on comprehensive data to continuously improve the overall quality.

Key Takeaways

  • Leverage the Siemens digital end-to-end quality management solutions to help manufacturers minimize risks and gain a competitive advantage.
  • Learn how to use a single platform to lower development cycle times and reduce costs associated with poor quality.
  • Enhance collaboration by sharing insights throughout the value chain, improving collaboration and efficiency across domains.

Speakers

Sankhajit Chakraborty, Director of Global Electronics and Semiconductor Industry Solutions, Siemens Digital Industries Software

During his 25 plus years of leadership experience, Chakraborty has worked for semiconductor/ electronics multinational companies. He has led multiple M&A, PLM, EDA, supply chain and manufacturing systems implementations. In his current role, Chakraborty provides architectural oversight, broad solution view, and market value definitions for the development of new or enhanced product capabilities, best practices, methods, tools and solutions to ensure customer and industry alignment with the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio.

Katrin Leyh, Solution Domain Manager for Quality Management, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Leyh has earned a Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering, after which she began her professional career in 1991 with IBS in Germany. With the implementation of production, quality and traceability management solutions IBS was a brand leader in the German-speaking market for over 30 years. Leyh worked in various roles including sales, customer relations and product management. Following the full integration of IBS into Siemens in 2016, she has been responsible for global business development for the Siemens sales and services organization in quality management software.

Valentina Lupo, Solution Domain Expert for Quality Management, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Lupo embarked on her journey with Siemens Digital Industries Software five years ago, initially as Industry Manager for Discrete Manufacturing within the Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) domain. Over time, she has transitioned to her current role as a Solution Domain Expert for Quality Management within Digital Manufacturing segment. Prior to joining Siemens, she held different positions in Quality Management and R&D in Italy and Poland for domestic appliances companies. She also covered a project management position in automotive tier-supplier company. Lupo holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Polytechnic of Bari.