“IC Hospital” WinTech Nano
WinTech Nano is one of the world’s top third-party analysis laboratory and the largest domestic third-party laboratory in the semiconductor industry. The company provides all-rounded sophisticated analytical services and aids in development of R&D such as Material Analysis (MA), Failure Analysis (FA), Reliability (RA), etc. WinTech Nano is also known as the “IC Chip Hospital” in the semiconductor industry.
WinTech Nano is established in 2004 with well-equipped physical laboratories, possessing equipment and assets of approximately 500 million RMB, in Suzhou and Singapore. Together with an engineering team of 250 experts, with over 15% of the team being PhD holders and overseas experts, WinTech Nano provides round the clock testing, including Reliability Analysis (RA) and Material Analysis (MA), Destructive Physical Analysis (DPA) and Failure Analysis (FA), to over 1,800 customers internationally. The company serves 43 of the world’s top 50 semiconductor companies, 8 of the world’s top 10 IC design companies, as well as well-known domestic enterprises and research institutes, including SMIC, Changdian, BOE, Sanan Optoelectronics, China WLCSP, Peking University, Fudan University, and Shanghai Microsystem Engineering Institute.
The company had four technical departments, Electrical Measurement/Comprehensive Failure Analysis Department (SEM, EDS, OBIRCH, EMMI, Ion milling), Surface/Chemical Failure Analysis Department (D-SIMS, TOF-SIMS, XPS/ESCA, AFM), Physical Failure Analysis Department (FIB, TEM, EDS) and Research and Development Department, assisting customers to improve their yield rate, shortening and greatly reducing their R&D time and production costs.
Having a high-end testing analysis is a significant aspect in the semiconductor industry. Our professional and efficient diagnostic results can help customers accelerate the R&D process, improve product reliability, and effectively protect the competitiveness of customer brands.
Senior Vice President, Head of Sustainable Solutions
SembCorp Industries Ltd
Ms Jen Tan is Senior Vice President, Head of Sustainable Solutions at Sembcorp Industries. She is responsible for business development, project development and execution as well as operations and maintenance of solar projects in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Under her leadership, Jen has successfully grown the business to become one of the largest solar players in Singapore.
Jen has over 11 years of experience in the solar industry. Before joining Sembcorp, she was Vice President of APAC Sales and Energy Solutions in REC Solar Pte Ltd responsible for driving business growth in the region. In her time at REC, she was part of the pioneer team in starting up the REC manufacturing facility in Tuas. Prior to that, Jen was in the semiconductor industry for nearly a decade, focusing primarily on planning.
Jen holds a BA degree in Economics and Statistics from the National University of Singapore, and is currently pursuing an Executive MBA with National University of Singapore.
Topic: Sustainability is our business: Powering the energy transition in the electronics & semiconductor sector
Businesses are adopting more sustainable practices. From using renewables as part of their energy source, to deploying water optimisation solutions and low-carbon technologies. As sustainability is our business, Sembcorp is recruiting talents to meet our customers’ sustainability targets. Join us and be part of this green movement.
Senior Technologist & Technical Marketing Manager
Lam Research Singapore Pte Ltd
Lee Chee Ping is the Senior Technologist and Technical Marketing Manager for Lam Research, focusing on the advanced packaging and heterogeneous integration segment. He has more than 16 years of semiconductor industry experience in thin-film deposition processes, supporting customers across Asia.
Over the last 10 years, he has built in-depth knowledge and experience in the advanced packaging market and technology. He began with process management role, developing OSAT process support teams in Asia region and now, focuses on advanced packaging product marketing.
Lee Chee Ping received his M.Sc in Financial Engineering and B.Engr. in Chemical Engineering from National University of Singapore. He also has a M. Engr in Technology Management from the University of South Australia.
Topic:Semiconductor Industry – the Blue Ocean in a New World Economy
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated shift to a new world economy, one which is virtual and being ‘connected’, enabled significantly by technology. Semiconductor contents are now prevalent in today’s consumer lifestyle products, such as the indispensable mobile phones, the internet of things in house appliances and the smart automotive equipped with multitudes of safety sensors. On the other hand, industry players are leveraging advances in robotics, sensors and semiconductor enabled artificial intelligence to deliver better products and personalized services at competitive cost.
This, in turn, further transformed the semiconductor industry into a vastly expanded blue ocean, for aspiring, talented career seekers. The presentation aims to provide brief overview of the semiconductor market and its relevance in today and tomorrow’s world. It will also introduce Lam Research, a leading capital equipment supplier in the semiconductor industry, and share its perspective on skills needed in the industry.
Deputy Head / Scientist
Institute of Microelectronics, A*STAR
Lennon graduated BS summa cum laude from Columbia in 2009 and with PhD from Stanford in EE in 2016. Since his PhD graduation, he has been working as a scientist in Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems. His current focus is on photonics and MEMS for chemical and optical sensors, while as deputy head, he oversees the different directions in SAM to develop new technologies for the industry and public needs.
Topic: Sensors, Actuators, & Microsystems
The Sensors, Actuators, & Microsystems team focuses on developing novel transducers at the heart of many electronic systems today, bridging the electronic and the real world. Semiconductor microfabrication techniques are leveraged for engineering high performance, microscale devices that can be batch fabricated at low-cost. Some of the key themes in the group are: acoustic sensors, piezoelectrics, as well as gas and chemical sensors.