Maggie Philbin OBE was our host and facilitated our panel of experts from CSconnected – the Word’s First Compound Semi-Conductor cluster, in South Wales. Our speakers for the event were:

  • Wyn Meredith – Director of the Compound Semiconductor Centre, a joint venture between IQE Plc and Cardiff University. The Centre focuses on technology translation of research and design in compound semiconductor materials and devices.
  • Andy Sellars – Strategic Development Director, CSA Catapult which was established to help the UK become a global leader in compound semiconductors.
  • Chris Meadows –Director CSconnected Ltd / IQE plc. IQE Plc are the leading global supplier of advanced semiconductor wafers.

Watch the panel presentation below, each speaker addressed the following three areas – The history of compound semiconductors, the chemistry and engineering and the applications.

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