The EU Chips Act: Asserting Europe’s place in the global tech race
DIGITALEUROPE invites you to the first event of the Digital Deep Dives series, where they will take an in-depth look at the EU Chips Act and the impact it will have on European industry.
The EU wants to regain a 20% share of global chip production by 2030. To do so, it will need to boost its chip production four times as much in less than a decade. There is no time to lose: the Commission’s EU Chips Act can enhance semiconductor leadership in Europe if we get it right.
During our interactive debate, we will hear from both key EU policymakers involved in the legislative process and critical industry actors on both ends of the semiconductor supply chain, from producers to end-users.
10:00 – 10:10 Introduction and opening remarks
- Ray Pinto, Director for Digital Transformation Policy, DIGITALEUROPE
10:10 – 10:20 Launch of DIGITALEUROPE’s Recommendations on the European Chips Act
- Martin Pioch, Senior Manager for European Affairs, ZVEI
10:20-11:25 Roundtable discussion
- Lucilla Sioli, Director for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Industry, DG CONNECT, European Commission
- Stefano Pisotti, Competitiveness Coordinator, Permanent Representation of Italy to the EU
- Alberto Ruiz Rodríguez, Industry Attaché, Permanent Representation of Spain to the EU
- Magnus Rentzhog, Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation, Government of Sweden
- Juergen Sturm, Director for Governmental Relations and Public Affairs EMEA, Texas Instruments
- Julia Jasinska, Head of International Relations and Trade Policy, Nokia
- Daphne Dernison, Director for Global Government Affairs, Philips
11:25-11:30 Concluding remarks Ray Pinto, Director for Digital Tranformation Policy, DIGITALEUROPE