• Gert Friis Eriksen

    Lead Specialist, Technology & Innovation, Grundfos

    Gert Friis Eriksen is Lead Specialist in Technology and Innovation at Grundfos, where he works with sensor technology in various projects. Main area has been research within MEMS technology for sensor applications and semiconductor production. He has a Master of Science in electronics and a Ph.D. from The Technical University of Denmark in superconductive electronics. He is chairman of the Danish Engineering Society, Electronic Branch.

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Kastrup Lufthavn
      30-11-2 - Organized by DTU in collaboration with DIREC
       
      There is no digital without chips statement by EU President Ursula von der Leyen presenting the EU’s Chips Act, as part of EU’s plan for “tech sovereignty. The Chips Act of EU and a similar act in US, are reactions to the declining share of semiconductor production, which today is mainly taking place in Asia. Denmark has a long tradition for chip production of highly specialized chips, and development of specialized equipment for chip production, activities which has often been overlooked in the bigger picture. Based on an introduction to the current chip shortage, this session will present actual chip production and tool developments for chip design. 
       
      Program:
      Introduction: Jörg Hübner, Director, DTU Nanolab
      Scientific Talk: ”How we make chips at DTU Nanolab”, Karen Birkelund, Head of Lithography and Wet Chemistry, DTU Nanolab
      Business Talk: “Start-up in Chip Fabrication”, Theodor Nielsen, CEO, Founder, NIL Technology
      Business Talk: “Metrology for chip production”, Lior Shiv, Probe Group Manager, Capres/KLA
      Business Talk: ”Chip production at Grundfos” Gert Friis Eriksen, Lead Specialist, Technology & Innovation, Grundfos
       
      Session coordinator: Jörg Hübner, Director, DTU Nanolab
      Facilitator: Jörg Hübner, Director, DTU Nanolab

       
      Chip Production in Denmark
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