Semiconductors are at the core of our world’s digital transformation, but global supply is currently struggling to meet the rapidly increasing demand driven by smartphones, Internet of Things and partly or fully autonomous vehicles, drones and robotic systems. Europe needs to strive for more autonomy when it comes to the development and production of semiconductors.

On 8 February 2022, the European Commission proposed a European Chips Act to counter semiconductor shortages and strengthen Europe’s technological leadership. 

The EuroTech Brussels Office invites all interested stakeholders to a EuroTech Policy Deep Dive on 5 May 2022.

Recording available:

Chips for Europe – Capitalising on our strengths in semiconductor innovation and skills


Tatiana Panteli, Head of the EuroTech Brussels Office

The European Chips Act from a university’s perspective
Nathalie Seguin-Moreau, Director of OMEGA – Microelectronics Center, École Polytechnique (l’X)

Responding to the European Chips Act
Panel discussion, moderated by Tamsin Rose

  • Jörg Hübner
    Director of the Center for Nano Fabrication and Characterization, Technical University of Denmark
  • Daniel Pittich
    Professor for Technical Education, Technical University of Munich
  • Pierre-Arnaud Proux
    Member of Cabinet of EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, European Commission
  • Pernille Weiss
    Member of the European Parliament and ITRE committee, European Parliament

Tamsin Rose, Moderator


Practical information

Date and time: Thursday, 5 May 2022, 15:00-16:30 CET
Location: Online
Registration: Is required; please fill in this registration form


This event is open to all.

Further information

For further information, please contact Valerie Schegk (contact details below).

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Maria-Valerie Schegk

Senior Advisor EU Affairs, TUM