COVID-19 has emphasized the dire need for a trusted microelectronics supply chain to ensure our local, state, and national well-being.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross Visits Florida-based BRIDG to Highlight Semiconductor Leadership and the Economy
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross visited BRIDG, a not-for-profit, public-private partnership for semiconductor R&D and manufacturing. The visit highlighted the importance of U.S. leadership in the semiconductor industry and the need for public-private partnerships such as BRIDG to protect, strengthen, and unify the domestic semiconductor supply chain.
Join the world-class BRIDG team: the facilities manager will be responsible for maintaining operations for the 109,000 square-foot facility, with cleanrooms operating at class 100 and class 10,000 environments.
This is an excellent opportunity to join the BRIDG team as an equipment engineer. The equipment engineer will oversee the specification, installation, and support of 200mm wafer processing tools in a clean room fabrication environment.
This partnership expands the existing collaboration between the two organizations and represents the first of many anticipated projects focused on BRIDG’s heterogeneous integration technology platforms.
As we navigate the COVID-19 global health crisis, BRIDG has taken steps to prevent the spread of germs, support our community, and prepare for the future.
The latest report from FTW analyzes the economic impact of advanced manufacturing and highlights the importance of continued public investment in BRIDG.
In response to COVID-19, BRIDG is offering cleanroom space and seeking partnerships to help alleviate shortages in life-saving medical supplies.
As we work to protect Florida’s economic vitality, continued support of transformational advanced manufacturing projects like BRIDG will remain critical.
By Chester N. Kennedy — To prevail militarily and economically, the US must be the epicenter for microelectronics innovation with R&D and secure domestic manufacturing.