Łukasiewicz on the mission at the 10th Polish-Taiwanese economic consultations

The Taipei visit has initiated Polish-Taiwanese cooperation in the field of semiconductors. Joint research and development works will be conducted in the dynamic institutes of Łukasiewicz Research Network.

Based on the agreement between the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) in Taiwan and the Łukasiewicz Centre, both partners agreed to conduct technological R&D on gallium nitride-based semiconductor devices for high-power and high-frequency electronics.

- Taiwan is the world leader in semiconductor manufacturing. Meanwhile, Poland is one of the European leaders in the production of components for the automotive industry. Combining the potentials in these areas is an excellent opportunity to establish and strengthen mutual cooperation that may bring scientific and business benefits to both countries. The agreement signed today envisages launching R&D projects in the field of applying GaN technology in electromobility - Jakub Kaczmarski says.

Łukasiewicz Research Network has been investing in state-of-the-art microelectronics infrastructure to facilitate the development of the semiconductor industry for a long time. Increasing the potential in this area is just one of the steps we are taking to advance towards the Industry 4.0 transformation. The establishment of a Polish-Taiwanese working group on semiconductors will allow us to assess and increase the potential for bilateral cooperation in this area.

During the Poland-Taiwan Investment Forum the cooperation potential with Łukasiewicz was introduced to 36 Taiwanese companies from the high-tech sector, including TSMC, Acer, and Realtek.

The representative of Łukasiewicz Research Network  - Jakub Kaczmarski from Łukasiewicz Center and Piotr Cywiński from Łukasiewicz - Mircroelectonics and Photonics Institute were members of government delegation that participated in economic consultations and investment forum as well as numerous meetings with Taiwanese business and science representatives. The visit to Taiwan was also attended by representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology, Industrial Development Agency, and the Polish Investment and Trade Agency.

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