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WEBINAR: Encouraging Innovation: The Policies and Partnerships Needed to Support Semiconductor Startups

Daniel Nenni

Staff member
! Joint webinar announcement !

Silicon Catalyst is pleased to co-host a joint webinar with the Semiconductor Industry Association on April 4th, with Daniel Armbrust, Silicon Catalyst board member and co-founder, as the keynote speaker:

"Encouraging Innovation: Policies and Partnerships Needed to Support Semiconductor Startups"

This is an important industry event intended to provide all of us in the semiconductor value chain - policy makers in the US government and in the private sector - awareness of the immense value of semiconductor startups to our economic and national security future.

Where would the world be without the continuous innovation cycles of our semiconductor industry entrepreneurs ? :) ?

I strongly encourage you to register to attend and to share the webinar details with your colleagues and industry contacts. Additional industry information can be found at



Daniel Armbrust

Co-Founder & Director
Silicon Catalyst

Daniel Armbrust is co-founder and director of Silicon Catalyst which incubates semiconductor startups. Its portfolio companies have raised more than $0.5B in venture funding and are valued at over $1.9B. Armbrust serves as an advisor, board member, board chairman and angel investor for many semiconductor startups. Daniel is an affiliate with Lawrence Berkeley National Labs and recently was appointed to the Industrial Advisory Committee, which advises the Department of Commerce on the R&D strategy for the CHIPS Act. He served as President and CEO of the SEMATECH semiconductor consortium and held various positions in semiconductor manufacturing and development over 25 years at IBM.