Ohio State highlighted in IEEE Spectrum article on universities building a new semiconductor workforce

mhuson CAFE, Facilities, General, Innovation

IEEE Spectrum recently featured The Ohio State University, as well as some of its research infrastructure and efforts to ready the required workforce for a growing semiconductor industry in the United States.

The article also highlights the university’s Nanotech West Laboratory, on West Campus, and the Ohio State-led, IMR-operated CAFE: the Center for Advanced Semiconductor Fabrication Research and Education. CAFE is a multi-institutional research and education center supported by the Intel Corporation that focuses on advancing the state of semiconductor fabrication for next-generation device technologies, leveraging world-leading research expertise and capabilities available within our team.

Read more at Spectrum IEEE’s website: https://spectrum.ieee.org/chips-act-workforce-development