Welcome to celebrate Chip Zero project


    Picosun welcomes to celebrate the Chip Zero project, which is about to shape the Finnish semiconductor industry. Chip Zero is a Business Finland funded project with an objective of forming a semiconductor ecosystem in Finland to drive more sustainable chip manufacturing.
    Time: Wednesday 22.3.2023 at 15:00-17:00
    Place: Dipoli, Otakaari 24, 02150 Espoo
    After the event you have the possibility to network with representatives of Finnish semiconductor companies 

    Jussi Rautee, CEO of Picosun and Vice President of Applied Materials

    From sidekicks to protagonists - the growing importance of semiconductors
    Antti Vasara, CEO of VTT and President of EARTO, board professional

    Semiconductor industry booming in Finland
    Jaakko Hirvola, CEO of Teknologiateollisuus - Technology Industries of Finland

    Finland as a rolemodel in the global semiconductor industry
    Tomy Runne, Managing Director at Murata Electronics Oy

    Chip Zero – an ambitious effort for sustainable semiconductor manufacturing
    Jani Kivioja, CTO of Picosun

    Panel discussion: How do we face the challenges in Finnish semiconductor landscape?
    Jussi Rautee, CEO of Picosun and Vice President of Applied Materials
    Kai Seikku, CEO of Okmetic
    Timo Tenhovuori, Augmented Intelligence, Transformation Lead, Nokia
    Liisa Åström, Vice President, Products & Systems at Vaisala

    The entire Western society relies on the efforts of the semiconductor industry. The market is expected to reach a size of US$1 trillion by 2030. Finland is a key player in the industry, and in terms of Finland's competitiveness, we are on the brink of a new gaming industry. Enormous growth brings with it an equally great responsibility. The rise of the industry also increases its environmental effects, and we need to turn our attention to them now.
    Business Finland has granted Picosun a significant funding for initiating and driving the Chip Zero project. The project will bring together Finnish semiconductor companies with a common objective of developing more efficient chips and minimizing the environmental impact of manufacturing.