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Virtual Event | Maintaining US Semiconductor Leadership

Virtual Event | Maintaining US Semiconductor Leadership

Please be advised: This event will premiere on this page at 11:00 a.m. EDT, Thursday, May 20. Register for the event here or via the register button.

To submit questions to be answered by our panel, email: [email protected] by 12:00pm EDT on Monday, May 17th.

About this event
With the manufacturing of advanced semiconductors shifting outside the U.S. in recent years, American chip manufacturers are facing intense competition from global competitors in the race for technological advances that will shape the future and are key to economic competitiveness. The economic disruptions of a global pandemic and the severity of the semiconductor shortage in recent months have only served to highlight critical issues facing the semiconductor industry. Hudson has convened a distinguished panel with both policy experts and cutting-edge technologists from major chipmakers to discuss the state of the industry, important new developments, and the public policies needed to maintain crucial U.S. leadership in both innovation and domestic manufacturing.


Keyvan Esfarjani

Senior Vice President and General Manager, Manufacturing and Operations, Intel

Mukesh Khare

Vice President of Hybrid Cloud, IBM Research

Jay Lewis

Partner, Silicon Projects, Microsoft

Mira Ricardel

Principal, The Chertoff Group

Thomas J. Duesterberg (Moderator)

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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