Podcast: The view from industry on U.S. semiconductor production

A 300-millimeter wafer is on display in the foyer during a press tour of Bosch's new semiconductor factory. The chip factory will officially go into operation on June 7, 2021.

Amid a global shortage of semiconductors, policymakers in Washington and U.S. technologists are seeking solutions for bolstering the domestic chip-making industry. In this episode of MITRE Engenuity’s Circuit Talk, Dr. Nadia Schadlow and Pavneet Singh sit down with Susie Armstrong, a senior vice president at Qualcomm, to discuss the engineering and financial challenges faced by the U.S. chip industry.